Jeffrey Epstein conspiracies. Questionable signs about "vapers lives matter." And lots of angry people who voted for the president.
"Harm reduction for the rich; the homeless have to smoke."
"I'm not exaggerating when I say that I talk to at least 10 families a day," one lawyer said.
"It is absurd that Walmart would stop selling e-cigarettes but continue to sell real ones, which kill 400,000 Americans each year."
It seems awful strange to some experts that the feds are rushing to ban menthol e-cigs even as deadly menthol cigarettes remain on the market.
Some e-cig industry people in Florida said they were actually registering to vote against the president in response to the move.
"Making things illegal tends to make them more dangerous."
"I realized that if I'm going to die from nicotine, I'd rather have it be at age 60 from cancer than 24 from my lungs exploding or whatever."
Facing pressure from the FDA, the company just announced it's going to stop selling mango, creme, fruit, and cucumber pods in stores.
The agency busted an e-cig company after finding traces of prescription medications in its "healthcare flavors."
The 15-year-old allegedly became "anxious, highly irritable, and prone to angry outbursts" after the e-cigs got him "heavily addicted to nicotine."