In California, everything poses a risk to your health. You don’t believe me, do you? Start checking labels. You might be surprised by the number of products, such as my lawnmower, that are linked to an increased risk of cancer or other health problems in California. There is a label on my mower that warns me about the dangers. Every time I turn on my lawnmower, I have to read it. My wife and I spent a few years touring Napa wine country because I’m a wine connoisseur. I was thirsty, so we stopped by a gas station for a refill. It had one of those coffee islands in the convenience store. There were several different types of coffees, cups, stir sticks, creamers, and other goodies. The sign warned me that these products had been proven to cause health problems in California. The moral of this story is to buy your coffee at the Nevada border and drink it across the state line. You might be safe.
In true Newsom fashion, California has found another thing to ban: Skittles. This is not the time to say that people can’t “taste” the rainbow. Pride Month is just a few weeks away.
KTLA reports Assembly Bill 418 has passed the State Assembly and will now be sent to the State Senate for approval. The bill would prohibit products that contain “red dye No. The bill would ban products “that contain red dye No. It’s good to look at the EU as a model of policy. California is America’s answer for the EU. California would be banned from selling Red hats and Hot Tamales in California. Gabriel told the station that:
It is unacceptable that America is so far behind other countries in banning these harmful additives. It’s not unreasonable to ask that food and beverage producers switch to safer alternatives, which are already used in Europe.
Let’s go back and rewind. It is known that the chemicals can cause problems with reproduction in children. What else can cause future reproductive problems in children? Removing the genitals. This is what leads to future reproductive problems in children. California is a sanctuary for children who wish to change their gender without the consent of their parents. Let that ping-pong in your head for a couple of minutes. It shouldn’t be too long before it sinks in. This is California, after all. Hannah Nightingale of The Post Millennial, who, I must admit, spotted the irony before me, also did.
California is a place where children can have their bodies irrevocably changed by surgery, and then be pumped with drugs that may cause serious health problems in the near and far future. This could ruin their life. The streets are filled with homeless camps, needles, and human waste. The term “Golden State”, which could be used to describe the entire state, may soon refer that everyone has contracted hepatitis. The kids are safe because they won’t be able to get Skittles.
Normally, I’d add some snarky comments, but the story is pretty good as it stands. Please feel free to discuss this story among yourselves.