President Trump Just Ended This “Tasteless” Michelle Obama Legacy
In his first 100 days, President Trump has chipped away at some of Barack Obama’s most useless policies. From ending regulations that unfairly targeted the gun rights of veterans to promoting a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. education system, he has sought to improve the lives of American families.
However, it’s not just Barack Obama’s legacy that President Trump has his sights set on. Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, left quite a disaster as well-at least for American schoolchildren that is. That legacy is her now infamous “healthy school lunches” and it’s finally coming to an end according to The Hill:
Newly minted Agriculture Secretary, Sonny Perdue, is expected to unveil a new rule Monday aimed at giving schools more flexibility in meeting federal nutrition standards for school lunches. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Friday that Perdue and Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) will make the announcement at the Catoctin Elementary School in Leesburg, Va., where they are expected to eat lunch with the students.
Over the years, the meals have left a bad taste in the mouths of parents and students alike. Mrs. Obama’s school lunch initiative was created to address the childhood obesity problem in the U.S., but critics often cited the cost and less than nutritious meals as…
Doing More Harm Than Good
Several pictures of these so-called “healthy” lunches have surfaced on social media and they looked less than appetizing, to say the least. A Twitter search of #ThanksMichelleObama turned up many images like this one.
Some of her proposed menu items included a “tender baby arugula” filet at $20 a pound and a $19 bison steak. Needless to say, neither of these “choices” appealed to kids in any grade. Perhaps, addressing the poverty that millions of school-aged children live in throughout America would’ve been more helpful?
Unfortunately, much like her husband, Michelle’s “change” only served her interests and America’s schoolchildren suffered for it.
Thankfully, we now have a president that can make school lunches “great again.” Maybe we can bring back Twinkies?