Not A Single Democrat Voted in Favor of Ending FDA Raids On Raw Milk Farmers

0 Posted by - May 25, 2012 - Animals, Big Brother, Career & Business, Conspiracies & Scandals, Food, Beverage & Drugs, Medical, Nanny State, Police State, Religion, Video

raw milk 300x199 Not A Single Democrat Voted in Favor of Ending FDA Raids On Raw Milk FarmersHere’s some news for those who still somehow believe the political left in Washington cares about the People. After U.S. Senator Rand Paul introduced an amendment that would haveended armed FDA raids on raw milk farmers and legalized free speech about the curative properties of medicinal herbs, nutritional supplements and superfoods, are you curious how many Democrats voted in favor of this?

Zero.

Big fat zero, to be exact.

Not a single Democrat in the United States Senate believes in fundamental food freedom, farm freedom or the principles of liberty. Every single Democrat in the Senate is a Big Brother sellout who supports the FDA having more guns pointed in the faces of raw milk farmers, arresting them and throwing them in prison, criminalizing real food and destroying America’s small family farms.

Every single Democrat in the U.S. Senate believes that telling the truth about the beneficial effects of Chinese Medicine, or medicinal herbs, or nutritional supplements should be a crime that can also get you raided, shut down and imprisoned by the FDA. There is not a single Democrat who sees anything wrong with the government sending herbal product formulators to prison.There is not a single Democrat who believes that an Amish farmer has the right to milk a cowand sell that milk to their neighbor without being threatened by the government.

This is an astonishing milestone in U.S. history. When those in Washington who pretend to represent the People openly and publicly vote to crush the very liberties and freedoms they claim to protect, you no longer have a real Democracy. You have a police state.

CONTINUED at Natural News.

1 Comment

  • woodynic May 26, 2012 - 8:34 AM

    I live directly next to a dairy farmer and am planning on interviewing them on this subject for my campus paper.