H/T Independent Journal Review.

Little Smuckie Schumer knows he needs to distract the sheeple that blindly follow his every word because the Russia thing is a loser.

So now snort-able chocolate is the new bogie man.


There are any number of things the average, or even not-so-average, American can worry about these days. If you’re a Trump detractor, there is always Russia.

And everyone is concerned about the opioid crisis.

But current Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has gone outside the box andFOUND a new worry to add to all of our plates:

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer calls on FDA to regulate “snortable chocolate.” http://apne.ws/2uEJPN9 


Schumer calls on FDA to regulate ‘snortable chocolate’

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is urging federal regulators to look into a “snortable chocolate” powder, saying he’s worried that it could prove harmful and is being ma


I feel better already.

More from the New York Post:

Snortable chocolate is so dangerous that itsHEALTH effects must be investigated by the feds, Sen. Charles Schumer is urging.

Coco Loko — a raw cacao powder infused with a special energy blend” — isMARKETED like a drug and should be closely regulated, Schumer demanded in a letter to the Food and Drug Administration Saturday.

Teens have been buzzing for months about the caffeinated powder but little is known about its health effects, the lawmaker said.

“I can’t think of a single parent who thinks it is a good idea for their children to be snorting over-the-counter stimulants up their noses,” Schumer blasted. “This suspectPRODUCT has no clear health value.”

The FDA hasn’t said yet whether it has the authority to regulate the snuff-like chocolate.

This may very well prove to be a problem, but there is very little evidence that it is at the moment. The ingredients in the powder are not uncommon:

Coco Loko, which sells tubs of the powder for $19.99, did not return a call seeking comment. The product containsGINGKO BILOBA, Taurine and guarana, ingredients often found in energy drinks.

Sen. Schumer may be onto something here, but he is most likely following the Capitol Hill addiction to making sure it has a hand in every aspect of our lives.