Oct. 11, 2023

You just can’t make this stuff up. California is riddled with homeless drug addicts riddled with violent crime, causing millions of people to flee the state. And the Dems in the State Legislature and Gov. Newson just banned Skittles.

Yes, it’s now a crime to sell the candy Skittles in California. California Assembly Bill 418 makes selling Skittles a crime punishable by up to a $10,000 fine. But crack cocaine is still okay in California.

AB 418, Gabriel. The California Food Safety Act.
Existing law provides for the regulation of the safety of food products, including adulterated and misbranded food, wholesale food, and food in retail food facilities.
This bill, commencing January 1, 2027, would prohibit a person or entity from manufacturing, selling, delivering, distributing, holding, or offering for sale, in commerce a food product for human consumption that contains any specified.
The bill would make a violation of these provisions punishable by a civil penalty not to exceed $5,000 for a first violation and not to exceed $10,000 for each subsequent violation, upon an action brought by the Attorney General, a city attorney, a county counsel, or a district attorney.

Cali Gov. signed the bill on October 7, 2023, celebrating his long-fought battle over Skittles Candy. Standing before a breathless audience of lawmakers in the State Capitol, Gov. Gavin Newson declared

 “Whatever the cost may be,

We shall fight Skittles on the beaches,

We shall fight on the landing grounds,

We shall fight in the fields and in the streets,

We shall fight in the hills;

We shall never surrender.”

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