This Halloween, the Crest toothpaste company created hashtag #sweethalloween to encourage kids to brush with fluoride toothpaste following their trick or treat routines.

What they don’t tell you is that the paste recommended for kids contains a warning to “contact a Poison Control Center right away” if a certain amount is swallowed, making it more harmful than the sugar-laden candies obtained.

During an interview with Linda Greene of FluorideFreeAustin.com, Infowars put out a call to hijack #sweethalloween to inform parents about the dangers of fluoridated toothpaste.

Back in the day, Infowarriors ran numerous Google bomb campaigns. Today, let’s Twitter bomb the hashtag #SweetHalloween to educate people on the dangers of the hazardous industrial waste we put in our drinking water and toothpaste.

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