As Twitchy told you, earlier this week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio lent his voice to the chorus of climate change experts reminding us that we’ve only got 12 years left to save the planet.

And apparently that radical change involves banning glass and steel skyscrapers and … hot dogs:


New York City is the first city in the United States to eliminate processed meats.

Mayor Bill de Blasio approved an ambitious $14 billion Green New Deal on Monday, April 22, to combat climate change. The plan will cut purchases of red meat by 50 percent in its city-controlled facilities such as hospitals, schools, and correctional facilities. The new commitment builds off of the Meatless Mondays campaign that was adopted by all NYC schools in 2017.

It’s for your own good, peasants.

It takes real talent to out-nanny Michael Bloomberg, but Bill de Blasio’s giving it his all.



Meatless WHAT? Bill de Blasio’s making sure NYC students help ‘save the planet’ whether they like it or not