Video: Attorney General Jeff Sessions Wants to Bring Back Failed Reagan-Era Drug Policies

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Everyone knows the war on drugs has been a failure of epic proportions, but that isn’t stopping Attorney General Jeff Sessions from trying to escalate it.

In this News Shot, Joe Joseph shares the latest news on Sessions’s drug policy ideas.

Lovers of liberty, freedom, and personal choice are not going to like it.

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Source: A potentially HUGE mistake for the Trump DOJ : Sessions Wants To Bring Back Reagan-Era Drug Policies

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  • Since the continuing presence of the Constitution leads tyrants like Sessions to violently violate it, maybe it should be repealed to make us all safer.

    • MrLaughingWolf

      Or maybe he should just start by going after the CIA. Biggest drug peddlers in the world.

      • The CIA doesn’t peddle drugs, they just produce them (particularly opiates in Afghanistan) and distribute them (such as crack cocaine in LA) to the street- level peddlers. Of course, intelligence agencies are completely exempt from all laws that might interfere with their dastardly activities.

        • g.johnon

          awww disqo boy, you just can’t get out of your own way. distributing drugs, ala the cia, is the top of the food chain in drug peddaling.
          so, yes, the cia peddles drugs.

          • In that case, you must be a worldwide distributor of toxic waste.
            That would mean that the manufacture of anything is tantamount to selling it on the street. I’ll be looking for the appearance of folks from the myriad of military-intelligence complex manufacturers to be on the street tomorrow so I can finally buy my very own HK416, complete with a select fire lever.
            To get real, have you ever bought anything from a spook?

    • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

      The Constitution, is essentially just a means of placating the people. Going bankrupt as many times as ɥɐʞᴉɹǝɯ∀ has throughout history has forced the societal programmers to continue enforcing the concept of our freedom and our constitutional protections.

      Judge Dale, retired Thursday, 11 April 2013

      Our federal government has instructed our federal, state and local police agencies that everyone who purports to be a SOVEREIGN should be TREATED as a TERRORIST!

      They have also brainwashed the American public into believing that being a SOVEREIGN is anti- American and unpatriotic! Perhaps this is “The POT calling the KETTLE black”?

      It is the inherent right and prerogative of a civilized people to rule
      itself, and to dictate all of the forms and conditions of the
      institutions it sets up to carry out this rule. Ironically, the U.S.
      SUPREME COURT agrees with those people who claim to be SOVEREIGN
      citizens of the American Republic!

      x Bond vs. UNITED STATES, 529 US 334 – 2000, The Supreme Court held that the American People are in fact Sovereign and not the States or the Government. The court went on to define that local, state and federal law enforcement officers were committing unlawful actions against the Sovereign People by the
      enforcement of the laws and are personally liable for their actions.

      x Bond v. United States, 529 US 334 – 2000 – Supreme Court – Cited by 761 litigants in other cases.

      x Bond v. US, 131 S. Ct. 2355 – 2011 – Supreme Court – Cited by 306 “ “

      x Bond v. US, 1 F. 3d 631 – 1993 – Court of Appeals, 7th – Cited by 66 “ “

      What are the implications of this 2000, U. S. Supreme Court ruling?

      • We are sovereign citizens, but apparently (((they))) don’t want us to be free; free people will defend their freedom.

        • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

          Your sovereign authority is all there in the bible,
          IF you accept it!

          The problem that we face, is the conditioning of ignorant minds to believe that God’s Sovereignty is not real and that we as individuals are unworthy of such

  • jimmy joe

    My guess, he has his own money “invested” in the us’s private prison planet. Why the hell not, the “dea” creates “laws” AND enforces them, so the idea he is invested in the private prison planet certainly is plausible, if not expected!!

  • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

    The corporation must keep us a declared state of war to continue oppressing individual liberty – War on Drugs, War on Poverty, War on Crime, virtually all declarations of WAR made by the government, are attacks on every person liberty.

    GOVERNMENT is violence

  • 2016usaofzimbabwe
  • The 10th Amendment is nonexistent apparently. 🙁

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      The 9th, as well. . .

      • Perhaps it could be argued that the entire Constitution is now rendered moot.

        • June Bug

          Freedom of religion, nope. Freedom of speech, nope. Freedom of assembly… with a permit and government permission. The Constitution exists in name only and America is not a free country.

          • The Constitution only acknowledges our God-given rights, rather than grants them. We have allowed ourselves to become slaves, but we are only free if we stop letting them divide and conquer us.

  • billyjackeng

    And I thought that Trump was going to drain the swamp. The war on drugs is just a government theft and corruption pay off scam that increases the power of the state. I wonder how much in political contributions the cartels make to keep drugs illegal.

  • June Bug

    The war on Cannabis must come to an end. We cannot claim to be a free country if we do not have the most basic freedom of all and that is the freedom to do with our body as we so choose.

  • Jimmy Yost

    Reagan-era drug policies eh? So he didn’t learn from observing history that prohibition doesn’t work. Like the saying of George Santayana that people who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it. Thinking about it also reminds me of this quote by Aesop: “We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office.” Because in this case we jail the street dealers and let the CIA and the rest of the really big-business drug cartel people remain free to do business as usual.

    Basically the Sessions’ motive to revert back to Reagan’s drug policies is to g et rid of the competition. What he hasn’t counted on is that people are starting to figure all this out and won’t abide by his phony laws. There are lots of people who have already figured this out and are starting to grow their own pot now, and this trend isn’t going to go away no matter how harsh the illegal laws are. I’m no fan of pot (in fact I don’t like the pot high at all) but I’m no fan of bogus laws either.