Fake News - FDA Finds Thousands of Coors Light Beers Laced With Cocaine
Sep 20, 2014
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Fake News: FDA Finds Thousands of Coors Light Beers Laced With Cocaine
FDA Finds Thousands of Coors Light Beers Laced With Cocaine Nationwide; Production Will Stop For 30 Days For Investigation
It has been reported by the FDA that cocaine has been found in Thousands of Coors Light beers nationwide. The FDA began investigating beers before they were sent out from the factories, as well as beers that were already on shelves ready for sale in thousands of businesses across the U.S.
The FDA became suspicious of Coors Light being laced with a certain drug after thousands of people reported feeling “weird”, “high” and even sick after drinking Coors Light.
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