Jeff Sessions Just Confirmed He’s Going to Go After States With Legalized Marijuana, Claims It Causes “Violence”

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While Trump may claim he’s for states rights, Attorney General Jeff Sessions just pissed on the opinions of about 71% of Americans who do not believe the federal government should attempt to ram federal laws down the throats of states where voters have legalized marijuana.

After Press Secretary Sean Spicer essentially warned everyone last week that the Trump administration plans to crack down on states with recreational marijuana laws, AG Sessions backed that up on Monday with some bizarre statements that prove the guy actually believes Refer Madness was a documentary.

Via Politico:

“Most of you probably know I don’t think America is going to be a better place when more people of all ages and particularly young people start smoking pot,” Sessions said during an exchange with reporters at the Justice Department. “I believe it’s an unhealthy practice and current levels of THC in marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago.”

“We’re seeing real violence around that,” Sessions said. “Experts are telling me there’s more violence around marijuana than one would think and there’s big money involved.”

Nothing he said was backed up by any facts. While the country has changed and the science has changed, Sessions proved he has not changed his views on marijuana in over 30 years.

Not only does opioid addiction go down in states that legalize as has been verified by statistics, but if there is any “violence” around marijuana, it’s due entirely to the black market created by the phony drug war, not the actual drug itself, as pointed out by chairman of the drug policy reform group Marijuana Majority Tom Angell:

“By talking about marijuana and violence, the attorney general is inadvertently articulating the strongest argument that exists for legalization, which is that it allows regulated markets in a way that prohibition does not.”

Prohibition keeps drug cartels in business and needlessly puts thousands of Americans behind bars.

But then again, that must be why Sessions also reversed the DOJ plan to phase out the for-profit prisons last week; they’re going to need somewhere to put all those non-violent drug offenders once the federal crackdown on a benign plant legalized in over half the country begins.

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  • David E

    The good thing is that currently he has no funding to prosecute with. Last year federal appellate courts upheld the dismissal of marijuana cases because Congress passed a law forbidding the expenditure of funds to prosecute. So, until that changes (which it easily could) there will be no successful federal marijuana prosecutions in states that have legalized.

  • jimmy joe

    Thank you trump sheeple, for wishing your collective will on us AMERICANS!!

    • Still better than Hillary though, anything was better than Hillary.

    • Tuaca1107

      He is not going to do anything. It will be states rights, follow the money! /;-D

    • Paul nmn

      Thank you for not recognizing that voting IS THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE!

    • messianicdruid

      Hey I voted Trump, and I don’t support the criminalization of a weed growing all over the world.

  • I believe it’s an unhealthy practice

    I believe you’re full of shit, Mr Sessions.

    • Mysterious Man

      He must be high on something else…

      • Government power.

        • Mysterious Man

          No doubt.

      • freewheelinfranklin543

        Booze,power and the profits his friends at CCA are going to make.
        Who God would destroy he first drives crazy. Sessions is sicker than I thought.

        • Mysterious Man

          And we all have to pay soon enough… 🙁

  • mirageseekr

    The big money Sessions speaks of is the money big pharma would lose. This piece of shit better be planning on having appointments the rest of his “career” because he will never be elected by the people again in an unrigged election.

    • Mike Fetter

      bingo ringo.
      the stench of hypocritical bovine excrement is strong.
      alcohol and pill industries will suffer – we can’t have that.

      • Elaine.Benes, II

        God no we can’t. Can’t have any less death, mayhem, addiction, or destruction. That does not go along with the Big Plan. Plus, if everyone put down the pills and alcohol and picked up smoking weed instead, imagine the money that would be lost in the medical, psychiatric, and drug and alcohol treatment industries.

    • Philip Daniels

      So during his vetting he lied under oath, do think he should be prosecuted for that? …

      • mirageseekr

        I try not to pay too much attention to these worms they are all liars so I honestly don’t know if he lied under oath or not.

  • patriot156

    He’s a POS and I’m all over making sure people know it too. POS.
    I certainly hope Trump or someone will remove Marijuana off the schedule one list and send POS Sessions Packing for other victims to mess with.
    And BS to Sessions saying it causes more violence your a liar and a thug.
    Spicer is too for saying that legalization is not something we need to support BS it’s not his call it’s ours were the people not him. And last I looked 50 some odd % in the states that legalized it said it was theirs to say not his. F him and F sessions.
    And Trump if Sessions does this crap will be a one term President seriously.

    • David

      I agree. When you start stomping on the rights of the people & their State laws don’t expect to get re-elected.

  • patriot156

    Sessions your an idiot this violence you talk about is you masturbating and hurting yourself at it. F that crap. There’s no fricking violence associated with Marijuana what fucking lie are you trying to pass off now?
    Who the F are these so called Experts? alcohol or big Pharma?
    The other small minority that still doesn’t like weed legal? F them.

    • There are numbers and statistics that prove this liar wrong in the areas where it has been legal. Opiod use went down too but that’s probably what the “problem” is!

      • patriot156

        Probably and then if you link it correctly as what he mentioned about Opiate use if they do turn to use Marijuana they could still claim medical use. But yeah can’t have people getting help and staying away from Govt can’t have that Bastards.

    • mothman777
      • patriot156

        Garbage and a lie! I used to smoke for several years and never turned violent. I’d say most who do now and have would agree with me too that smoking weed doesn’t make one more violent.

        Is Psychology today a conservative group? If so that’s be why.

        leave it an asshole to believe in this garbage.

        • I agree but don’t think he’s an asshole, just well-intentioned but wrong.

          • patriot156

            Sessions? seriously you think he’s well meaning? Well meaning to throw people into jail for something he doesn’t like and or use lies to get it then yeah well meaning to be a tyrant. But well meaning as in he cares and wants to do the right thing and help people Hell to the NO!
            Sessions said “That no good people smoke Marijuana” He also said he thought the KKK were good people until he learned they smoke weed. Sessions is of the old guard that believes in the demon weed and thinks weed madness was a true Documentary.

            he’s an authoritarian Fascist type that believes it’s OK to Oppress people for their
            Choice.

            I dont come from just a political outlook I also come from a Prophetic outlook Were seeing the Beast Wolf in sheep’s clothing coming to power to a God ordained Mofo as that Fireman said who predicted Trumps Rise.

            As I said before I hated Obama because I like Freedom will fight Trump/Sessions for the same reason.
            Black white brown or purple doesn’t matter to me you mess with our liberty

          • No, not sessions… mothman. I don’t think that high THC cannabis causes Negroes to go crazy, I think that he is wrong with his assessment in that regard.

          • patriot156

            Oh OK sorry yeah. Sounds like the findings from someone who’s racist already and wants to prove how violent Black people are to begin with.
            Not so much Mothman to clarify, but the study he quoted.

      • patriot156

        Too if even there is some truth to the link marijuana remains illegal in most states and in those states that’s where you might find a bit more violence, but in the states it’s legal now Washington, Colorado especially violent crime has gone down.

        Other than that that story is garbage.

        they’re also a group that I take it that they believe in evolution and I do not.

        • mothman777

          The study was actually of 97% Caucasians in England, all of whom grew up with two parents. Had they done the study in a more honest way, that actually represented the high proportion of coloured people in some parts of the country, especially black people of African origin, then the study would have come up with vastly different results, demonstrating a vastly higher rate of violent crime by blacks smoking cannabis (by black I do not mean any race but Negros).

          ‘Official’ figures for blacks in London for instance are an absolutely ridiculous low at 15% of the total population, which is patently dishonest, taking into account how streets and public transport in certain areas are sometimes almost completely filled with Negros, indicating very strongly that the left wing Marxist chosenite government is hiding the true statistics, so as to keep ramming in black people as fast as possible as part of their compulsory race-mixing and intended racial interbreeding agenda, such as erstwhile Jewish French Premiere Sarkozy very strongly espoused, as he actually stated that if French Caucasian people did not physically interbreed with blacks in greater numbers, then the state would have to take further measures to ensure that they did (you can view his recorded televised verbatim statements on this on YouTube for full verification), whilst the Israeli Jews by comparison actually forbid Negro people from obtaining citizenship in Israel, with DNA tests mandatory in Israel for all would-be immigrants there to ensure they have real Jewish DNA, and 95% of all prison cells in Israel being filled with Negros, with even black Jews of Ethiopian origin being covertly sterilized with Depo Provera hidden in their vaccines. It is a crime punishable by 2 years in prison in Israel for a Jew to marry a non-Jew.

          Look at the figures of 700% increase in rates of violent crime amongst this study group which was 97% Caucasian.

          “In conclusion, the results show that continued cannabis use is associated with a 7-fold greater odds for subsequent commission of violent crimes. This level of risk is similar to the increased risk of lung cancer from smoking cigarettes over a similar duration (40 years). The authors suggest that impairments in neurological circuits controlling behavior may underlie impulsive, violent behavior, as a result of cannabis altering the normal neural functioning in the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex.”

          There has been a great paucity of official studies showing racial differences in cranial capacity in recent years, for very obvious reasons, to help force this Marxist agenda through, but when evidence such as exists today does show that black Negro brain capacity is lower than that of Caucasians, then it is always dismissed as being insignificant, especially by researchers of Jewish origin, whose own religion states clearly that black Negros are not human, but between ape and human in quality (this is taken from their actual scriptures, and those views are taken as literally true today by rabbis), with all non-Jewish souls being classed by them as non-human, demonic, even lower than souls of animals. But the Jews want to forcibly race mix whites with black Negros to totally breed whites out of existence, for the reason of ridding the world of the people closest to them in various fields of attainment to more easily assume total dominance in the world.

          Putting Negros on high THC cannabis, which is like LSD, is like putting a chimpanzee at the wheel of a formula 1 racing car, a foreseeable disaster, and when their inhibitions are further lowered, baser propensities are greatly amplified, taking into consideration the annual figures for rape in the USA for instance, which for some years has been around 50,000 white women raped by black Negros a year, with only 10 black Negro women raped by white men a year. Some may say that the difference between those figures is purely due to alleged racist prejudice by (often black Negro) police officers in supposedly arresting a higher proportion of black Negros than whites for the same crime, which is obviously ridiculous, especially when one takes into account the huge amount of largely Jewish-funded lobbying that goes on to get black Negro defendants off charges. I am a creationist myself, and also do not believe in evolution from the apes, which would also have evolved along with us to be other species of humans if the evolution from apes theory had been genuine.

          • The authors suggest that impairments in neurological circuits controlling behavior may underlie impulsive, violent behavior, as a result of cannabis altering the normal neural functioning in the
            ventrolateral prefrontal cortex.”

            How can a patented neuroprotectant “alter the normal neural functioning in the ventrolateral prefrontal cortext”?

            Sustained, high amounts of cannabinoids causes neurogenesis in the hippocampal regions of the brain: http://www.jci.org/articles/view/25509 . They are the parts responsible for learning and memory which may be why my memory functions so well which completely refutes the “burned out stoner” cliché that they try to pass off as cannabis making one stupid over time which must have skipped right over me.

            Please renew your take on this plant if you ever get sick. Do not allow yourself to be poisoned by the pharmaceutical industry because they were able to manage to convince you to hate your own medicine. It’s a despicable, evil psyop that hurts well-meaning people like yourself. Cannabis is the only thing I am aware of that can bring the body back to homeostasis in the shortest time-span possible. It can cure type II diabetes in a week so the people out there are mostly suffering from ignorance thanks to propaganda and ZOG schemes.

            I’m totally with you and am very aware of the loxist jews in our midst and their schemes to eliminate the white race and rule with world with an iron fist. They will be defeated.

      • Come on, man. You’re smarter than that, it’s a patented(US Patent#6630507) neuroprotectant! It has saved my girlfriend’s quality of life who has MS but walks around with ZERO symptoms after me studying like hell to find a solution for her which I did: a vaporizer and top shelf, well-dried, finely ground cannabis. She has to do it at least once a day or her symptoms come back hard and fast.

        We got ripped off last year and instead of throwing it out or selling it we used it up in the vaporizer; 3 weeks later and I got sick with the flu for the first time in 20years, then she got sick a week later, then she had an MS attack and one day couldn’t walk when I got home from work, she couldn’t straighten her legs. Thankfully I put some ricksimpson oil and top shelf medicinal cannabis aside in case of an emergency and put a mixture of the two into the vaporizer and she kept hitting it and within 2 hours she could bend her legs again so it does much more than just mask pain. I live with the miraculous results daily and I am very grateful that I have the ability to provide the girl I love with the medicine she needs. She’s been drug-free for around 5 years now and her MS “medicine” pills were $5000/mo! That was covered by insurance though, now the cost is $50/month but I have to pay cash for her medicine because medical insurance doesn’t cover actual medicine. ZOG problems…

        • mothman777

          Did I ever criticize medical grade cannabis or say it should be banned?

          I am very keen to see medical grade cannabis freely available.

          I think that certain milder strains of cannabis that can be seen to have no long term detrimental effects with reasonable use should also be allowed. Even some stronger versions, as long as they have sufficient CBD and other balancing cannabinoids can be acceptable after testing.

          I don’t think that the state should prevent us from accessing other dimensions of consciousness, especially whilst they are blowing people to pieces in wars for the chosenites and keeping us all as dumb as possible though deliberate iatrogenically inflicted damage through vaccines, premature severing of the umbilical cord to prevent sufficient oxygenated blood getting to the brain after birth before the lungs of the baby have fully inflated with blood from the mother (that this causes permanent brain and other neurological damage to a child has been known for over 200 years, yet the so-called ‘doctors’ still do this routinely to 95% of babies in the USA, part of the control program, to keep the goyim slaves damaged and weak).

          Honestly, the modern stuff is just like LSD, what happens when someone gets behind the wheel of a car with time space distortions and ends up killing someone? There must be restrictions, as cannabis is infinitely more psychoactive than alcohol, and despite all the romanticizing over ‘dope’ being a peace and love drug, some of the meanest, nastiest, psychotic, paranoid, sick and violent utter bastards that I have ever met have smoked cannabis. Cannabis does not make people angels, though many of those people were no doubt bastards anyway to some extent, and they simply took cannabis to make them feel good whilst they did horrible things to other people, and even did worse things than they would have done otherwise, with no sense of anything other than they felt good on dope whilst doing it, and to hell with anyone else not in their gang. They feel great yeh, while some other poor bastard is lying in the gutter with their head smashed, and then they have another smoke with their ‘bredren’ and talk about the ‘love’ and ‘respect’. It is all bullshit. In my own personal experience I have seen other people besides Negroes go insane and psychotically violent on cannabis as well, such as Jewish gangster types, with any others such as Asians and Caucasians in the extreme minority.

          CBD is the medicinal agent that is effective for most conditions, though uncombusted THC is a requisite for the cancer cure as demonstrated in Rick Simpson’s ‘Run From The Cure’. I have no problem at all with that of course.

          I tire of people in general saying that ALL cannabis should be legalized indiscriminately, as that is just like saying ALL alcohol should be legalized, even the back street hooch in shebeens containing wood alcohol and propylene glycol that leaves people blind and brain-damaged with kidney and liver damage too. They are always busting industrial scale criminal gangs making fake bottles of vodka and whisky and so on, filling them from massive petrol tanker vehicles filled with noxious liquids, putting realistic labels on the bottles and selling them in ‘off licence’ shops in the UK for instance, that contain such toxic chemicals that can permanently damage or even kill people, and that racket goes on all over Europe, and I am sure, even in the US too. That is just being gravely irresponsible and uncaring. These things go on whilst alcohol is already legal. Think what can happen with unregulated weed.

          There must be regulation, as criminal gangs are already lacing cannabis with unpleasant chemicals to enhance their weed and make it appear stronger, and who knows what effects such compounds will eventually produce.

          Some of the people that are on here commenting on how ANY and ALL dope should be completely legal obviously just want to get wasted, and they don’t care how they do it, and they are already so far gone that they have no mental faculties left that might enable them to address these issues rationally or intelligently, with regard to the issues of safety under the influence of that cannabis, and it’s eventual long-term effects. Such intoxicated people will always say ‘legalize everything’, because they are out of their minds, simple as, and their opinions are completely without merit.

          You should read some of the absolute horror stories of Negros that have gone wild on cannabis and senselessly inflicted the most horrific and almost unspeakable injuries on defenseless people in their blood lust on high THC, low CBD filth.

          People are known to suffer long term severe psychological problems even after a fairly brief period of high THC, low CBD cannabis use, though this might be evidenced by extreme withdrawal from society, merely shutting oneself away in a room for months or years for much of the time and not being able to communicate with others.

          These strains are nothing like the ‘friendly’, ‘loving’ plant that was used years ago. I only have problems with the modern strains that have been bred without due care as to their safety for human consumption.

          It is not just a matter of CBD and THC balance either, as each strain has very different balances of many other cannabinoids and terpenes that vastly change the effects of the drug. All these things need to be taken into account.

          • patriot156

            I’ll reply here We voted to legalize it for recreational purposes there’s no compromise in this, Leave our states alone!
            Leave medical alone which they seem to side with but leave the recreational alone too. 51% or more nation wide support Full legalization That takes Precedent to anything Sessions or the Federal govt feels. Or what they have on the books.

            Were not going to give this up and if Sessions proceeds civil Unrest I would hope would and should follow.

            The above stuff about Negroes and such is Racist garb and has nothing do do with Sessions crappy theory that smoking weed makes people Violent. Which is just a lie and an excuse to bring his tanks into our states and fill up Private Prisons violating the will of the people and truth.

          • Did I ever criticize medical grade cannabis or say it should be banned?

            No, but our use is medical but in the eyes of the state is considered recreational because we do not prostrate ourselves to MDs which is why I support recreational cannabis. It’s simply medical use without the state getting involved and yeah some people are going to throw their whole lives away doing nothing but getting high but that’s not a reason to withhold it from people who really need it like my girlfriend and me to a lesser extent (it’s one of 3 things I use to control my moods along with 5htp and periodically psylocibin cyanescens). My moods will most likely be fixed permanently through diet, though, but those natural substances I just listed of which two are illegal and the third will probably become illegal in the future completely take care of any issues that arise so I am content with my current protocol.

            I want the government out of the natural plant regulation business. I feel they don’t belong there and have no right to regulate natural substances that are competitive to pharmaceutical drugs, the most recent, egregious example being their condemnation of CBD which isn’t even psychoactive!

            Ibogaine can cure heroin and alcohol addiction in ONE DOSE but it’s illegal because it is a psychedelic; what a lame excuse, consciously refusing to use one of the most effective substances in the world to treat an out of control epidemic merely because of its DEA classification, this is straight tyranny! The people are suffering greatly because of crap like this.

            Customs officials started illegally preventing momosa hostillas from entering the country because it contains DMT, another substance that is non-toxic and has no side-effects yet is schedule I for some unknown reason. How can you ban a substance that the pineal gland in the human brain secretes? That’s tyranny for you.

            It’s not the job of the state to protect people from themselves:

            Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
            – Benjamin Franklin

            If the population was armed without any restrictions you wouldn’t see much crime regardless of cannabis use. Nobody wants to get shot and when all good people can carry guns the bad people aren’t left with many targets to victimize thus crime plummets but you’ll never see a politician advocate for freeing the people from unlawful gun laws.

          • mothman777

            You make some very good points, and I agree entirely that the hypocritical genocidal government has no business at all in preventing people from natural plants that have provenly curative effects, and even drugs that help them investigate other dimensions of consciousness to assist their spiritual development, such as are used by indigenous Native American Indians in recognized churches.

            My only problem is with high THC low CBD artificially produced strains that cause a lot of harm, and stuff that has been spiked with artificial chemicals to strengthen it to give it entirely artificial and quite disabling effects.

            Some dope dealers even add ground glass to their buds to give them an artificially frosted appearance to mimic high THC and greater weight, and improperly grown dope can have fungal infections that lead to long term chronic lung conditions. In my city, the Negros sell Krokodil synthetic heroin to young white men and women, and I have sen peole scoring this in the streets from them and walking around with deep bleeding, rotting holes in the back of their necks walking round after using that stuff. Drug dealers will deal that shit, knowing full well that users will get permanent severe brain damage, rotting limbs, flesh coming right off to the bone right down their spines (the wide open flesh hole at the back of the neck being the first sign often seen that someone is on Krokodil), and that users are usiually dead withingn 18 monthes to three years. Dealers ususually deal a wide variety of drugs, including cannabis. You DO need some form of protection by some regulatory agency, and even if you say you don’t the younger peole do , before they get badly hurt by the often subhuman shit dealing the poisons that they call drugs on the streets.
            .
            Most of the people I have seen smoking dope do not get their memories increased by it, but get very forgetful, as one would expect in people who are taking it for purposes of intoxication, though I can appreciate these effects will be much less in genuine cannabis and cannabis that has not been spiked.

            However, high CBD, low THC strains are also artificially produced and I have no disagreement with those being fully legalized, and hope very much hat they are made widely available,

            However, as regards the job of the state not being ‘to protect people from themselves, that would not be a strictly relevant thing if we take into account unsupervised cannabis sales (in the UK they call cannabis dope, and heroin by various other names, like brown, dark, etc.), that are not really of normal cannabis at all, but often artificially adulterated and purposely tweaked strains that the user may very well not actually be safe with long term, when they would have been much safer long term with normal cannabis.

            I can appreciate very much that the governments we currently have in the world are chosenite-controlled, criminally insane and actually malevolent, the same sort of filth that withdrew the 1939 Raymond Royal Rife Beam Machine (chosenite Roosevelt’s FDA) that provenly cured every single case of cancer and any pathogenically-caused disease that it was tested on, thus condemning hundreds of millions so far since then to die of cancer and other diseases (the hysterical ‘never forget the 6 million crew’ never quite seem to factor that in for obvious reasons).

            I still think that even with actually genuine governments, non-malevolent Gentile governments, that some regulations controlling quality of products would be extremely appropriate, to protect the young, who will not have a clue what they are actually being sold by very often unscrupulous dealers. But I agree with you fully that we should be allowed full access to all natural plants as they were all put here by God, and they cannot be made ‘illegal’. As you will know, it was once mandatory under law in the USA to grow hemp for very farmer, that is how good it really is, and I have a huge book on the subject that shows exactly why cannabis was banned in the interests of building the financila grip of other industreis that could replec ehemp, though of course, even then, the undlecared reasons fo it being a ghighylefficaceou medicine would and mind-opening substance would undoubtedly have been a factor, as the balck-mhic blood rite- using chosentes would most sertainly not like people opening their multi-dimensional mental faculties en mase an seeing exactly what they are up to. .

          • mothman777

            You make some very good points, and I agree entirely that the hypocritical genocidal government has no business at all in preventing people from natural plants that have provenly curative effects, and even drugs that help them investigate other dimensions of consciousness to assist their spiritual development, such as are used by indigenous Native American Indians in recognized churches.

            My only problem is with high THC low CBD artificially produced strains that cause a lot of harm, and stuff that has been spiked with artificial chemicals to strengthen it to give it entirely artificial and quite disabling effects.

            Some dope dealers even add ground glass to their buds to give them an artificially frosted appearance to mimic high THC and greater weight, and improperly grown dope can have fungal infections that lead to long term chronic lung conditions.

            In my city, the Negros sell Krokodil synthetic heroin to young white men and women, and I have seen people scoring this in the streets from them and walking around with deep bleeding, rotting holes in the back of their necks from using that stuff. Drug dealers will deal that shit, knowing full well that users will get permanent severe brain damage, rotting limbs, flesh coming right off to the bone right down their spines and limbs (the wide open flesh hole at the back of the neck often being the first sign seen that someone is on Krokodil), and that users are usually dead within 18 months to three years. Dealers usually deal a wide variety of drugs, including cannabis. You DO need some form of protection by some regulatory agency, and even if you say you don’t, the younger people most certainly do, before they get badly hurt by the often subhuman shit of any race dealing the poisons that they call drugs on the streets.
            .
            Most of the people I have seen smoking dope do not get their memories increased by it, but get very forgetful, as one would expect in people who are taking it for purposes of intoxication, though I can appreciate these effects will be much less in genuine cannabis and cannabis that has not been spiked, and in those using non-combusted cannabis, containing THC or not, along with CBD, for medicinal purposes.

            However, high CBD, low THC strains are also artificially produced and I have no disagreement with those being fully legalized, and hope very much that they are made widely available,

            However, as regards the job of the state not being ‘to protect people from themselves, that would not be a strictly relevant thing if we take into account unsupervised cannabis sales (in the UK they call cannabis dope, and heroin by various other names, like brown, dark, etc.), that are not really of normal cannabis at all, but often artificially adulterated and purposely tweaked strains, or even fungally-infected plants that the user will not actually be safe with long term, when they would have been much safer long term with normal cannabis.

            I can appreciate very much that the governments we currently have in the world are chosenite-controlled, criminally insane and actually malevolent, the same sort of filth that withdrew the 1939 Raymond Royal Rife Beam Machine (chosenite Roosevelt’s FDA) that provenly cured every single case of cancer and any pathogenically-caused disease that it was tested on, thus condemning hundreds of millions so far since then around the world to die of cancer and other diseases (the hysterical ‘never forget the 6 million crew’ never quite seem to factor that in for obvious reasons).

            I still think that even with actually genuine governments, non-malevolent Gentile governments, that some regulations controlling quality of products would be extremely appropriate, to protect the young, who will not have a clue what they are actually being sold by very often unscrupulous dealers.

            But I agree with you fully that we should be allowed full access to all natural plants as they were all put here by God, and they should not be made ‘illegal’.

            As you will know, it was once mandatory under law in the USA for every farmer to grow hemp, that is how good it really is, and I have a huge book on the subject that shows exactly why cannabis was banned in the interests of building the financial grip of other industries that could replace hemp, though of course, even then, the undeclared reasons for it being a highly efficacious medicine and mind-opening substance would undoubtedly have been a factor, as the black-magic blood rite-using chosenites would most certainly not like people opening their multi-dimensional mental faculties en masse and seeing exactly what they are up to.
            ‘Make your sons doctors that they may take Christians lives’
            https://cintayati.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/1492-letter-from-grand-sanhedrin/

          • Great, informed reply!

            What I really want is the ability to grow it myself in my house or in my backyard without being harassed and since I’ve never lived under a non-zog government I do not trust the power/authority at all which is why I circumvent them and always will. They destroy everything they touch. Regulated and non-regulated would be ideal, that way everybody is happy. The sick can buy a safe product and people like me could grow my own and mind my own business.

            I use a vaporizer so it is a non-combustible method which keeps the practice very healthy + it is extremely effective and affordable if you know how to operate it efficiently which took me years to learn.

            We are being overruled by pure evil which you seem to have a much better handle on than most.

            Thanks for posting that link, hopefully it will clue some others in to what’s going on.

          • mothman777

            Yes, growing your own and having the legal freedom to do so is the ideal answer, one that should be available to everyone, then you can choose to make an informed choice and get whichever strain is suitable for your medicinal needs, and people already have that right in several countries.

            It is actually outrageous that the hypocrites give out radio and chemo, known very well to propel people faster to their deaths in a very great number of cases, when cannabis, which is still banned in many places could save those people’s lives, and when they purposely hide away or make illegal proven cures for cannabis like the Rife machine and B17. This is even more true when we look at Kissinger’s murderously genocidal statement that the leading policy of the US in coming years will be to reduce the Third World population.

            Of all the people I have known who have had cancer, every single one who had chemo and radio is dead, whereas every single one of those that just used simple surgery to remove a tumour or a cancerous kidney and so on, are still alive. Even surgery is not actually necessary if cancer sufferers can use good alternative methods.

            Hospitals are artificially posed by chosenite governments as cathedrals of healing, but in reality, they are merely Bolshevik abattoirs for disposing of goyim more quickly, and in much greater pain and suffering, as far as radio and chemo are concerned.

        • Gavincurtis

          I have a friend who is an excavator operator. After years and years in the sun, he developed lip cancer. The doctors told him he needed to have his entire lower lip down to the jaw removed to stop the cancer from spreading. He basically said he would rather die than be disfigured to such an extreme. Anyways, he tried application of cannabis oil to his lip. Fortunately, his employer did not require urine tests. In one month, all symptoms of the cancer (including the large biopsy cut) went away. He quit applying the cannabis oil and within weeks the lip cancer symptoms returned. He began application of the cannabis oil for the next 6 months. Another 6 months later of no cannabis oil, cancer symptoms are gone. I truly believe the cannabis oil cured him of cancer as no symptoms and six months since using the oil. I was witness to the entire event.

          • Great story! The guy down the hall from me right now in my office building has skin cancer and I told him about cannabis oil. Long story short he believed me and gave it a shot and within 3-5days the cancer spot he applied the oil to was GONE! Since then spots have kept showing up and he has kept applying the oil every time and it goes away without a trace… every single time.

            Before he tried the oil he was getting biopsies and laser treatments done, one time his face was beet red and I asked him what the F happened, he said they gave him CHEMO cream! I knew right then that I needed to help that man… and I did. Now he doesn’t look back, he even went to the cancer clinic and said he doesn’t need them anymore which I told him to be careful about and keep quiet.

  • G’ma G

    why do I get the feeling this is another one of those “look over here so you don’t see what we are doing over there” dodges? These guys know the political tide is against this so why would they piss off so many unless it was to keep us focused?

    • patriot156

      It’s either to get the discussion going to see how many people support it and to argue over it since Trump does like a fight, or as I’ve seen in a video where it’s a way to remove it from schedule one and still keep his moral right?
      If that’s it then it would be a win win situation and Trump doesn’t like to lose either so….?

  • way2inform

    Blazing up whenever i feel like it and no human on earth can stop me at anytime. Sessions can go straight to hell

  • Smarty

    Jeff Sessions: The human reptile. He looks (and acts) more like a reptile than an actual reptile, which is hard to pull off. So, at least he’s accomplished that….

    • theo23rd

      Personally, I think he looks more like a mentally challenged monkey. Trump is the reptile.

  • David

    Sessions claims Marijuana is a “Very Dangerous” Drug. I think someone needs to lead Sessions by the nose and point out all the Graves filled with corpses that got there through the Abuse of Alcohol.

  • David

    “I believe it’s an unhealthy practice and current levels of THC in
    marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago.”
    Alcohol Abuse is a unhealthy practice but I don’t see Big Gov stomping on the rights of America’s Alcoholics!

    • They use this same, tired, lame excuse… “it’s unhealthy and all we want to do is protect you” – yeah, “protect” us from healing ourselves.

    • theo23rd

      The THC levels argument is another BS line. Pot in the seventies was just as strong or stronger than now: Maui Wowie, Thai Sticks, Columbian gold, etc. Hell, in the old days you could get hash and hash oil.

  • David

    The people have come too far to crush Marijuana prohibition. Americans are NOT going to allow a handful of Mouthpieces for big Pharma & the Alcohol Industry to stall or reverse our progress.

  • Innocuous

    Outlawing liquor caused violence. Legalizing liquor causes violence but, on a much smaller scale due to the stupidity of it’s users. There is violence from pot due to turf wars and the big money available. Just like prohibition. The cost of enforcing pot laws from the cops to the penal system far exceeds the cost incurred by it’s users.

    Stop telling us what we can and cannot do. The Right is no different than the Left.

  • 2016usaofzimbabwe

    go trump!!!!!!!
    but not this,,,,,waste of time https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b9566a986b7600ced2622205a0bd75d7a3b5934e22a9dadf8c231305b392fbf6.jpg
    go after the REAL CRIMS!!!!!

  • Rick E.

    This is the ultimate in hypocrisy! Alcohol is proven to cause over 75,000 deaths in the USA from cirrhosis and various accidents. How many deaths does marijuana cause? Case closed!
    This is big pharma and the alcohol industry flexing their monetary muscles. They have lots of clout in DC.
    In actuality, they could both benefit from legalization if they truly used their brains.

  • Mysterious Man

    Clinton would have another war-mongering scandal-ridden president. But we have the same outcome in the form of Trump, so it is only the people that lose.

  • The fact that she’s involved with human trafficking is enough for me to be permanently against her.

    • theo23rd

      You are a special kind of short bus idiot, you know that?

      • and you’re a special kind of pedophile-protecting human piece of fuckin’ shit, has anyone informed you yet? you should have your skull crushed

        • theo23rd

          You are welcome to try.

          • lol, look at this pedo tough guy here…. try that pedo shit anywhere near me or anyone like me…. see what happens… you’ll find out… pedo tough guy

  • roger

    HEY JEFFY, ever heard of the 10th amendment??? BFYTW!!!!!

  • justsaying2Cents

    Looks like a Dictatorship is being formed..

  • I hope it’s just ignorance but I don’t think it is.

  • tropicgirl

    What Sessions doesn’t realize is that the main supporters of marijuana legalization are elderly people. I learned this when I petitioned for it, twice…

    Young people don’t smoke it that much, and/or can’t afford it…

  • tropicgirl

    Physician mistakes are the third leading cause of death… Let’s out law them…

  • tonye

    AG Sessions needs to pay attention to the real problems in the country.

  • Billy Pilgrim

    Blowing it Jeff.

  • Sameold

    Three cheers of prohibition…. because it works so well.

    At least Spicer old lady will be happy and Jeff’s private prison industry friends.

    But your Trumpness will be destroying jobs created by the recreational industry. There goes that job creator title.

  • jimmy joe

    ‘You noticed he didn’t DARE say who these so-called ‘experts’ were?? More than likely, it was his terrorist buddies in the kkk, you know, the ones that don’t smoke, who should be in gitmo, if we really did have a “war” on terror! He is a fucking COWARD!! I would love the opportunity to ball bat his head for 5 minutes, fucking PIECE OF HUMAN SHIT!!

    • patriot156

      yeah Sessions is a Piece of work for sure.

  • jimmy joe

    The problem is, the dems and repubs have HIJACKED our elections, so we ONLY have a choice between one or the other!! Therein lies the problem. Think about this, < half the population "voted", I'm guessing, because the greater majority of us DO NOT ASSOCIATE WITH EITHER "PARTY", therefore, a small minority of sheeple, that still think there is a difference between the two, just wished their collective will on the rest of us, THE MAJORITY!!!

  • arnieus

    Dear Donald,

    WTF? Your idiotic attorney general is going to cost you want little support you still have. With all the life and death critical national issues needed to be addressed by you, trying to turn pot back over to drug cartels is a waste of time. Don’t you remember your campaign? Massive criminality in DC? Ring a bell. Stupid wars and alliances that we shouldn’t be in? Hello? There is nothing in the constitution that I am aware of, that gives the federal government any authority to ban anything. Half the nation hates you. It would be ill advised to turn the other half as well.

    • Mysterious Man

      He won’t change anything. We were played like fiddles. Unless this is some elaborate scheme to ‘drain the swamp,’ it’s likely he will not make it to end of his presidency.

  • walcon

    I always thought politicians had to have an education? This guy is as dumb as a box of rocks.

    • Mysterious Man

      Technically, he DOES have schooling; he graduated from Wharton in 1968 with a degree in Economics; he specialized in Real Estate. He also attended a military school in New York before. I’m starting to believe an education wasn’t included in the package…

  • Dot

    Meanwhile, this dolt hasn’t lifted a finger to “Lock Her Up” as PROMISED!

  • patriot156

    For the most part Spicer separated medical use with recreational.
    Which is OK but we in several states have by majorities have said we want a different approach to marijuana and for the most part it’s worked.
    To me this is to turn back the clock to spend billions on a failed war, and take away more of our hard earned rights and fill his fricking Private Prisons with non violent offenders. FEMA camps lol.
    What’s funny is under Obama every week or so new scares of FEMA camps were raised, but now a white guy doing more than Obama ever did and more likely to declare Martial law people are blind to it.
    I hope all this is enough to dissuade Sessions who know if he does most of us will vote Trump out and he’ll be out a Job.

    • wildeyedliberal

      Don’t you worry. I am sure when folks figure out just exactly what happened with that election thing, rumors of FEMA camps will grow. And possibly even flower!!

      Of course what is good for FEMA works for prison camps, too.

      • patriot156

        F surprised they haven’t started with the Illegals and Muslims already? But yeah.

  • It is not Paranoia

    Words “marijuana” and “violence” just don’t belong in the same sentence.

  • Rick

    LET MY PEOPLE GROW!

  • Bush Family Nazis

    Do any of you really still listen to career politicians that work for big pharma????? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dfb3bf56b74c0cc51bfd716e0c635b149b83736d7b964ea182bd47d967c1e3c8.jpg

  • Chuck Morrison

    If good people are subjected to federal abuses and prosecutions because of Sessions, I predict there will not just be outrage, but blood. He needs to rethink his stance, and take a look at the size of the majorities who approved legalization in those states that have already done so, as well as the growing numbers in states that are probably going to legalize soon. It’s an uphill battle that can’t be won, and he should quit while he is only losing on paper.

  • Richard_Throbbin

    It is a federal crime. Either enforce the law or change it. Just because we had 8 years of a POS that didn’t care about any laws does not mean it still was not illegal.

  • The obvious pick would then be High Times, at least that’s not weaponized text.

  • Kisse Ellis

    Sessions is a good ole boy from Alabama. They enjoy nothing more than using state power to lock up and re-enslave Blacks it might as well be a tradition……

    prohibition of marijuana is about prison profit and social control especially over the Blacks.

  • Philip Daniels

    He can’t go into already established states, he can’t have the funding by law …

  • Philip Daniels

    So first off, during his vetting he lied under oath, do think he should be prosecuted for that? … He claimed he had “No problem” with Marijuana …

  • mothman777

    I actually agree with him, the unnaturally extremely high amount of THC in today’s dope really does make people violent, no doubt about it, try making your way through a predominantly black area after dark when they are out of their minds and don’t even know it, and you will soon cotton on, dope is not the drug of peace, but a drug much favoured by low-life muggers and all kinds of violent riff raff.

    The pseudo intellectual white middle class who think dope like that is OK can carry on ignoring reality as they sit in their posh little scenes isolated from reality, the reality that affects many other people. The state should let normal dope be legal, but not the extremely high THC low CBD crap that is produced nowadays, as that just sends people right round the bend, instant psychosis, no doubt about it.

    Perhaps a method of testing dope for content could be employed by the state to ensure that cannabis allowed to be sold is relatively safe, so as to allow only that to be sold legally, with the toxic stuff remaining prohibited by law.

    • theo23rd

      Racist imbecile, just like Jefferson Beauregard.

      • mothman777

        You call me racist simply for noticing the absolutely obvious. You are completely dishonest. I take it you are a person of colour.

    • Dope is heroin, not cannabis. The only access I have is to very high THC strains because of the terrorist government and I can tell you that they work much better for MS for my girl than the lower THC strains. We tried and learned through experience.

      As far as blacks and cannabis; I’m from one of the worst, most violent cities in America and when drugs are concerned you have much more to worry about with those smoking dust than cannabis. Alcohol, I would say, causes the most violence, though.

  • Harrison Bergeron

    Where is the part where he confirmed he was going after states with legalized marijuana? He stated his opinion (which is wrong) but he never confirmed anything… this article is jumping to conclusions.

  • George Wilson

    If you bother to actually READ the article, you might learn something. The title is misleading and so is the article itself, Sessions is saying violence surrounds pot. He didn’t say using pot causes violence. In fact, smoking causes just the opposite. The violence part is associated with selling it in states where it’s illegal. Money, violence and illegal drugs go hand in hand. Read what Sessions said and ignore the political crap from the author of the article and you might see a different outlook. The writer of the article is just trying to twist the story to get a reaction from you. I say if Trump is really for the people, then prove it by legalizing it on a federal level. Pot cures more ailments than big pharma could ever hope to cure. Give it to the people, rather than letting big pharma make money on garbage that doesn’t work.

  • Franklewank65

    I doubt Sessions will do anything against legal weed. This is all projection.

  • WhiteEagle

    Instead of violating state’s rights, Sessions should be going after the portion of the CIA that smuggles in drugs.

  • Julio

    I’m not entirely sure what he expects to gain from a new war on drugs. Trump can build his wall along the Mexican border if he wants, but it’s not going to help with marijuana. Canada is legalizing it next year. If Sessions wants to stop the flow of Marijuana getting into the states, they would need to build a much longer wall north the of the US. Prohibition isn’t going to make a whole lot of sense after July 2018. Book it.