December 9, 2022

McDonald’s CEO blames Parents of Jaslyn Adams and Adam Toledo for their Deaths

McDonald’s CEO, Steve Easterbrook, has a lot to say about the recent tragedy in California. He points out that parents should be held accountable for their children’s health and safety. In his words: If we are going to err, let us err on the side of public safety.ost fourteen people in California. The point is that we can’t blame the restaurant business, or second-hand smoke, or anything but our own choices and behaviors. We’re grownups and we’re responsible for ourselves and our children.if you don’t want to read this piece, maybe it’ll be easier to just stop reading now.

Just kidding! Easterbrook has a lot more to say. In another article, he points out that even in the best of circumstances, parenting is a tough job.

My feelings about this tragedy aren’t important here. The point is that nobody else should be allowed to be a parent either.

or instance: I read somewhere that there should be a law against parents who let their kids watch more than two hours of tv a day. We don’t allow that in my house because I think it’s bad for children to watch that much tv.

I read somewhere else that nobody should be allowed to eat pizza ever under any circumstances, because the tomato sauce contains lead, and children shouldn’t have lead in their bodies.

All of this is very interesting because I read somewhere else that Easterbrook had a baby recently. In fact, his newborn son was the main reason he decided to change his unhealthy eating habits and get healthier so he would be around to raise him. He doesn’t mention whether his wife still allows him time away from the baby to work.

oriously, Easterbrook doesn’t mention any of his company’s practices that harm children or force them to eat unhealthy food in their play areas. We don’t allow that in my house because I think it’s bad for children to eat food with no nutritional value.

hese are all interesting points coming from someone who is allowed to have opinions about what is good for other people’s children because he is a wealthy white man who can afford to eat at expensive steakhouses, even though that makes him overweight and unhealthy. He recently became CEO of his company, which means he wants us to take whatever they are doing seriously.

We’re grownups and we’re responsible for ourselves and our children.

If you don’t want to read this piece, maybe it’ll be easier to just stop reading now.

Just kidding! Easterbrook has a lot more to say. In another article, he points out that even in the best of circumstances, parenting is a tough job. My feelings about this tragedy aren’t important here.

he point is that nobody else should be allowed to be a parent either.

We’re grownups and we’re responsible for ourselves and our children. If you don’t want to read this piece, maybe it’ll be easier to just stop reading now. Just kidding! Easterbrook has a lot more to say. In another article, he points out that even in the best of circumstances, parenting is a tough job. I read somewhere that there should be a law against parents who let their kids watch more than two hours of tv a day.