Under the Biden Administration, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has set to focus its sights on making sure something very important is addressed.
They're making sure that...the ice cream machines work at McDonald's.
You read that right, instead of taking on the tasks that Americans need, such as making sure no fraud or deception is happening either in the public or private sector, the FTC has decided to shift to a much simpler task that requires much less work.
Given how this administration has operated in the past couple of months, between the Afghanistan failure and the trillions of dollars printed that will drive inflation through the roof, it is no surprise that Biden's dementia-geared mind is infecting other parts of government.
Why waste time trying to fight corruption and fraud on wall street when we can make sure Americans get their required sugar intake from McDonald's in the form of ice cream?
This is yet another attempt to steer people away from the true issues that are happening in America right now, which are namely our foreign policy crisis and our domestic policy meltdown including the excess printing of money, wokeness, and the expansion of critical race theory being taught to children ages 2 to 22.
According to Fox 10 News,
The issues surrounding McDonald’s ice cream machines have been ongoing for what feels like decades. Franchise owners have been complaining to not only McDonald’s, but the actual company that makes the machines — Taylor Commercial Foodservice LLC.
"A lot of what’s been broadcasted can be attributed to the lack of knowledge about the equipment and how they operate in the restaurants," a Taylor representative told WSJ. Taylor said that when operating any machine that works with dairy products, "you have to make sure the machine is cleaned properly. The machines are built up with a lot of interconnecting parts that have to operate in a complex environment and manner," the WSJ reported.
Outside of another example of government waste, the whole McDonald's ice cream machine scandal is actually an interesting one.