As we told you yesterday, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, with his city under siege from dangerous threats, is finally taking action. Well, sort of:
— Sky News (@SkyNews) May 11, 2018
As you might guess, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg stood up and applauded Khan’s effort to target forks and spoons after having already banned knives:
Obesity has become a global epidemic, and children face a lifetime of health problems unless we take bolder steps to confront it. @MayorofLondon's plan to ban junk food ads on the @TfL network sets a great example that other cities can learn from. https://t.co/LZHQiQchRO
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) May 11, 2018
If Khan adds large sugary sodas to his axis of food/beverage evil list Bloomberg might actually nominate him for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Petty tyrants of a feather stick together. https://t.co/6T65pUAHhi
— Phineas Fahrquar (@irishspy) May 11, 2018
It's harder to knife skinny people https://t.co/CliDYvnbzV
— Steven Shaw (@czechov) May 12, 2018
Wait, wasn't hunger just a problem? https://t.co/tGkHX4BqHZ
— JWF (@JammieWF) May 12, 2018
More nanny state garbage. https://t.co/wWrsiD5Yag
— Brusca (@C_Brusca) May 12, 2018
Why be responsible when you can just have the government ban free will?
Your mayor New York.
— Tomm (@thick650) May 12, 2018