Bloomberg wants to be your Nanny! PROOF!

It’s been such a lovely vacation, lo these last three-plus years, from having anyone hector us about eating or growing kale. Or commandeering the Agriculture Department to get rid of soda and freedom fries from your child’s school cafeteria.

Hearing the words “food desert” now sounds odd.  A clunk to the ear.

It’s so nice to see a grown-assed man in the White House eat a burger and fries and fried chicken and biscuits without being worried that the nation’s scold – his wife – will shake a reproving forefinger at him – and us.

That’s real silver and not polluting plastic, right President Trump? Did it come in a plastic bag? What’s the carbon offset for that jet ride?

See? Does anyone really miss the national nag?

But in the very, very off-chance you miss Michelle Obama henpecking us about eating right and doing “The Dougie,” we have found the cure.

Over to you Mike “Nanny” Bloomberg.

Odd, we thought he’d have banned meatballs by this time.

If you liked Michelle Obama’s soft tyranny on food, you’ll LOVE Mike Bloomberg.

Even though Nanny Bloomberg doesn’t appear to know much about growing food, that doesn’t mean he won’t presume to tell you what to eat. His knowledge of food seems to consist only of those foods he wishes to ban or those dictated to his private chef.

The mercurial NYC Mayor Bloomberg went further than any other mayor in removing choice from people because, as the smartest man in the world, he, naturally, knows more than you. Duh. Don’t you know who he is?

Here’s a list of things Nanny Bloomberg tried to ban or succeeded in banning while he was the mayor of New York. Imagine what havoc he could wreak if he were president.

Trans fats: Recipes for cannolis, cheesecake, burgers, French fries had to be changed to accommodate Bloomberg’s distaste for trans fats.

Salty foods: Bloomberg thought some snacks possessed too much salt, so he “encouraged” Starbucks, Campbells, Heinz and “dozens of other companies” to reduce their salt content.  That may be why some of your favorite snack foods taste different and are less enjoyable now.

Read the rest and see the pictures at: Nanny Bloomberg


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