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In Trump World, his vanity wall is far more important than the health and safety of our consumers.

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The Republican crafted food regulations in the US already allow food processers to kill 9,000 mostly very young and very old Americans every year by selling them poison. Now even the minimal involvement Republicans allow food inspectors is gone until lil donny gets over his tanTrump and opens the Government back up. Small wonder he brags about killing 1,400 Americans every year with his deregulation of coal - he seems to have no concern about harming - even killing- people who don't cheer for him, actually, most of the ones he's shafting DID vote for him (did I mention the "lofo" factor in his base?)

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Well, New Jerseys summer tourism may also be hit by the government shutdown. The Craft Beer industry is also affected.

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Now of Course the Food & Drug Administration Has Everthing to Do with the Border Wall - Right?

 

Government shutdown stops FDA food safety inspections

 

"There are important things we are not doing," FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says.

 

The ongoing federal government shutdown has stopped most food safety inspections, but the Food and Drug Administration is planning to resume at least some of them. To do it, the agency will have to force furloughed workers to come back without pay.

 

FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said he is trying to pinpoint the most essential inspections, while making sure that employees do not suffer too much.

 

“There’s no question of whether it’s business as usual at FDA,” Gottlieb told NBC News.

“It’s not business as usual, and we are not doing all the things we would do under normal circumstances. There are important things we are not doing.”

 

This means FDA inspectors are not looking for salmonella in breakfast cereal, E. coli in romaine lettuce, or listeria in ice cream. Companies can still make their own checks, of course, and the FDA is still announcing those recalls.

 

Source - https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/government-shutdown-stops-fda-food-safety-inspections-n95...

 

 

 

 

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