BREAKING: DEADLY NEW Announcement Made About FIDGET SPINNERS

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

The popular children’s toy “fidget spinners” have once again made the news amid another deadly discovery about them.

According to Click2Houston, Target is pulling the popular toy from its shelves after a shocking report found that they contained enough lead to be lethal to young children. In fact, it’s being reported that the recalled toys have as much as 300 times the legal limit for children’s products I some of their brass and metal spinners.

“While these two products comply with all CPSC guidelines for fidget spinners, based on the concerns raised, we’re removing them from our assortment,” Target said in a statement. “Additionally, we’re working closely with our vendors to ensure all of the fidget spinners carried at Target meet the CPSC’s guidelines for children’s products.”

Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that fidget spinners aren’t classified as children’s toys, so they’re not subjected to the same regulations as other toys you allow your children to play with. Because of this, countless manufacturers of the products have come under fire for having lethal levels of lead.

But while the spinners aren’t governed in the same manner as regular toys, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) still analyzed them, and what they found is plain disturbing.

KDVR has more on their findings:

“Alarmingly, when PIRG notified the CPSC about the elevated lead levels in the fidget spinners, the CPSC responded in an email that these fidget spinners are general use products, not children’s products,” the group said in its report.

Lab reports found two fidget spinners contained high levels of lead, well over the federal legal limit of 100 parts per million.

The report found the Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Brass tested at 33,000 parts per million for lead, while the Fidget Wild Premium Spinner in Metal tested at 1,300 parts per million.

“The two fidget spinners cited in their letter are clearly marked on the package as ‘appropriate for customers ages 14 and older,’ and are not marketed to children,” company spokesman Lee Henderson said in a statement.

“As a result, the fidget spinners identified are not regulated as toys or children’s products and are not required to meet children’s product standards.”

If you have the “fidget wild premium” in either brass or metal from the Bulls-I-Toys company, it’s recommended you discard them immediately to avoid exposing your child to dangerous levels of lead.

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