First Lady Michelle Obama $50 Million Monsanto Deal To Give Children GMO School Lunch Rumors Real Or Fake? [HOAX] [SATIRE] [DAILY LEAK]
Well Michelle Obama is apparently back at it, telling us what can and can’t eat again. No only is The First Lady reportedly hand picking what our children will be eating for lunch each day, she is genetically modifying our meals with help from the monsters at Monsanto. That is right, Lady Obama is teaming up with Cobra Commander ( Cobra Commander is the head of Monsanto by the way. OK! So Serpentor is real head and Cobra Commander is his right hand man. But CC makes all the day to day decisions. Well Destro does some of the leg work, but we are getting off subject.) There is a new report from The Daily Leak claiming that Michelle Obama and Monsanto have teamed up to force feed your kids mutant crops. This is almost too unbelievable, like is was really some internet hoax from a satirical website...But that can’t be it, can it?
You may have been perusing Facebook recently than you may have been outraged to read that Michelle Obama had signed a $50 million deal with with Monsanto, the agricultural company, as part of her war on childhood obesity.
The Daily Leak is now reporting on comments The First Lady “made” to The Associate Press about the deal:
“When I see a company like Monsanto launch an initiative like this, I feel more hopeful than ever before. We can improve how we make and sell food in this country.”
The site goes on to add comment from Monsanto vice president, Michael Stern:
“It’s a natural extension of what we do.”
However, there is only one problem with this is story, and that is the little fact that none of it true. Michelle Obama has not signed a deal with Monsanto. Monsanto’s is not run by Cobra Commander or any member of the fictitious terrorist organization Cobra. My name isn’t really Brat Baptist, and The Daily Leak isn’t real news site.
The Daily Leak is one of many satirical hoax designed to trick viewer with sinsationial link bait headlines.
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