PUBLISHED: 5:28 PM 25 Oct 2017
UPDATED: 5:33 PM 25 Oct 2017

“Meatless Mondays”: Liberal De Blasio Follows Michelle Obama As School Lunches Targeted

New York mayor Bill de Blasio (pictured) is trying to sell government overreach as "healthy."

New York mayor Bill de Blasio (pictured) is trying to sell government overreach as "healthy."

New York mayor Bill de Blasio (pictured) is trying to sell government overreach as “healthy.”

American school children all over the U.S. remember quite vividly what Mrs. Obama did to school lunches. First of all, there was not enough food to feed the mice in Whoville houses and for another thing, the food was terrible. There were even confirmed reports of bugs, mold, and a strange ooze that was seen in some so-called meals. Unfortunately, her policies returned with a vengeance.

The Free Beacon writes that Big Apple Mayor De Blasio “is pushing public schools to replace their school lunch menus with all vegetarian options, starting with ‘Meatless Mondays’ to reduce the city’s carbon footprint.” That is right, despite the FACT that we know that man is NOT warming the planet by his/her actions, the lie is being peddled anyhow.

What is New York’s obsession with policing everyone’s dinner table? They tried this same thing when they overstepped their role and tried to tell everyone what size pop they were allowed to consume.

There are “15 schools in Brooklyn will no longer serve meat on Mondays” and PS 1 in Sunset Park has already banned meat from the menu. This unneeded action has rightfully infuriated many parents.

Those schools now serve “spinach wraps,” “crispy tofu,” and “tofu and noodles” while you can rest assured that just like Mrs. O’s kids, those making the rules will be eating prime rib as this is happening.

Tofu actually has a very bad time digesting in the stomachs of many people, but why would de Blasio care? He is not going to be forced to eat it.

Cutting back a little on meat will help make our city healthier and our planet stronger for generations to come,” said the mayor, still pretending that anyone still buys the warming lie in light of what we now know to be true.

This is a meal for a rabbit, not a hungry student.

This is a meal for a rabbit, not a hungry student.

[First Lady] Chirlane [McCray] and I are excited to participate in Meatless Mondays at home, and we thank Borough President Adams for leading the charge behind this healthy and sustainable initiative,” he also claimed. If this is true, one can be pretty sure that it won’t be fried tofu that he is eating.

Even if it was the same awful food, what right does he have to dictate what can be served or what can be chosen by others? There is no global warming, only a need for government to use any lie to control us all, as clearly seen in this case.

Even if you had a bacon, egg, and cheese this morning, you still should want to see more and more of our diets go to a plant-based approach,” De Blasio opined. While this may be true, it is in no way up to the government to be in the business of playing dietician.

I wasn’t that happy because some kids like meat,” said observant parent, Evie Maldonado.

As a vegan myself, I have seen what a great effect such diet can have on my own health and I am excited to see this coming to public schools,” said Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda. “I hope that this great pilot project comes to the Bronx next.”

He assumes that students will actually eat this tripe and not just toss it away, as has been the case in many schools where the children then conduct their day in a state of exhaustion. Even that is better than eating foul food.

When Mrs. Obama did this, notice how her children ate as opposed to everyone else's children.

When Mrs. Obama did this, notice how her children ate as opposed to everyone else’s children.

As I’ve learned during my time as a vegan, going meatless can be delicious,” Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal chimed in saying. That is her trying to force her opinion onto everyone else, however. Many people find that meat is much more delicious and they should be allowed to have as much of it as they wish.

Sound minds like that of Lindsay Allen of the University of California have called the meatless move to be “unethical.” She said also that “Meat provides a concentrated source of essential micronutrients such as zinc, vitamin B12, calcium, iron and vitamin A, which cannot easily be obtained solely from plant foods.” Many people who’ve tried to be meatless have found that their particular body types do not adjust well to it, for instance.

The truth is, eating less meat (particularly non-organic meat) is a good idea. However, there is no way that it should be forced on anybody, especially by the government. That is a slippery slope that leads to tyranny one bug filled, unappetizing lunch at a time.

Source: The Free Beacon