Video: Michelle Obama’s ‘Healthy’ Lunches Are Literally Pig Food
Farm animals don't complain about maggots and mold in their food
Michelle Obama’s interference in the nutrition of school children nationwide has become a thing of farce. There are daily reports of how awful the food being fed to children is, but this one takes the cake, and it is not an April fool’s prank.
In the Rio Rancho area of New Mexico, up to FIVE TONS of food PER WEEK from schools is being thrown away and fed to pigs.
“It’s really whatever they don’t eat coming off of their trays, so when they get up to the trash cans they will scrape it into one of our buckets that we pick up on a daily basis,” Galloping Grace Youth Ranch CEO Max Wade tells KRQE.
“It’s a fresh salad bar every day. Fruits and vegetables and they love it.” Wade said of the pigs.
The optimist would declare that at least someone loves Michelle Obama’s program, but really when that someone is a pig, only the most ardent brainwashed Obama supporter would defend the legitimacy of the venture.
Schools in Nebraska also recently also noted that they had so much wasted food that they began shipping the leftovers to worm farms.
The lunches only seem to be getting worse:
But hey, at least farm animals won’t complain about maggots and mold in their food:
Compared to school lunches from other countries, it becomes clear that American children are being fed some of the worst ‘food’ in the developed world:
Michelle Obama claims the restrictions encourage students to eat healthier, but since the rules were implemented, 1.4 million students have stopped eating school lunches, which has led to sharp declines in revenue for school districts across the country.
Still, proponents claim that Michelle Obama’s program is a matter of “national security”.
Under the federal regulations, sodium levels have be kept below 1,230 milligrams for kindergarten through fifth grade, 1,360 mg for sixth to eighth grade, and 1,420 mg for ninth to 12th grade, which may explain the paucity of nutrition seen in some of the images.
In February, Republicans introduced legislation to relax the rules and revert back to 2012 standards, which would give schools more flexibility.
Until that time, it seems that pigs will be the only ones content to eat the shit and like it.
Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.