NORTH CAROLINA – The Food Police raided kindergarten classrooms across North Carolina and arrested over 175 students.
The U.S. Food Police got reports that kids in Hoke County, North Carola were eating lunches that did NOT meet nutrition requirements set by the government.
All of the students in the NC Pre-K program classroom at West Hoke Elementary School in Raeford had their lunchboxes searched. The Food Police arrested 27 students at that school alone. “There were kids with Twinkies and Devil Dogs in their lunchags. It was horrifying,” said Food Police Captain Thomas Maloney.
These kids (below) were happy because they had HoHos in their lunchboxes. They were all arrested after this picture was taken.
Several mothers rushed to the County jail to defend their children and were immediately arrested themselves because they provided their children with food that was “unacceptable” to the government.
One mother, who doesn’t wish to be identified at this time, says she made her daughter a lunch that contained a turkey and cheese sandwich, a banana, apple juice and potato chips. A Food Police Officer said the girl also needed a vegetable, so the officer put her in handcuffs.
The mother says the girl was traumatized by the experience and won’t eat any food her mother makes for her.
The mother says her daughter doesn’t like vegetables and – like most four year olds – will only eat them at home under close supervision.
The mother said “I can’t put vegetables in her lunchbox. I’m not a millionaire and I’m not going to put something in there that my daughter doesn’t eat and I’ve done gone round and round with the teacher about that and I’ve told her that. I put fruit in there every day because she is a fruit eater. Vegetables, let me take care of my business at home and at night and that’s when I see she’s eating vegetables. I either have to smash it or tell her if you don’t eat your vegetables you’re going to go to bed.”
The Food Police officer said that the mother is giving the “typical excuse” given by mothers. “She was feeding her daughter junk. That is not allowed in North Carolina and is not allowed in the United States. There are penalties for making bad eating choices.”
The nutrition standards for pre-K lunch demand that each child have milk, two servings of fruit or vegetable, bread or grains and a meat or meat alternative.
Even Ronald McDonald has been arrested in North Carolina:
There are many in North Carolina and across the United States complaining about The Food Police, but Michelle Obama, speaking for the Obama Administration, applauded the arrests saying, “we have to take whatever means necessary to make sure that our children eat right.”
Beware the Food Police!!