Why DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a Hypocrite on Marijuana Policy



DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is against the legalization of recreational marijuana. She thinks people that smoke recreational marijuana should be …

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  1. Hey, the Private Prison and Alcohol lobbyists gave big money to Debbie W. S., the chair of the DNC, and Hillary. Think those lobbyists would support recreational and medical marijuana? NO. The Private Prisons want more arrests, and the Alcohol industries see marijuana as disastrous competition.

    Walah! There is your answer why she is being a hypocrite. Research this if you are willing.

  2. You are on par with Secular Talk! I subscribed after watching your 2nd video.

    Also, if Debbie is against mind altering drugs, she should be on the side of Bernie Sanders who wants to regulate the healthcare industry, because painkillers are common place. Do they not alter the mind to prevent discomfort from the body?

  3. Well Mike, I can't say that I find this implausible but you're jumping to conclusions a bit too quickly too my liking. I would prefer a bit more evidence before I cast judgement.. I usually like to distance myself from that kind of thinking. Having said that, she's a shill for Hillary based on all she's ever said and done. Your closing statement I can agree with. 😉

  4. Don't forget people it was Bernie that talked about making Marijuana Legal not any one else running as president. Well to me that head of the DNC she should be taken to court over this and conflict of interest plus she seams to be trying to fix rig what ever, the election against Bernie Sanders. Jail sounds good for this womann.

  5. Well it's a good thing her seat in Florida's 23rd district is up for re-election this year. And she is facing a primary from two Democrats: Tim Canova and Doug Hughes. Of the two, Tim Canova is a current supporter and former adviser (during the Wall Street-reform advisory panel of 2011) of Bernie Sanders.

  6. you know what makes weed a "slippery slope" to harder drugs? putting it in the same category as harder drugs, while keeping alcohol legal.
    many people who try weed think something like "well, this wasnt as bad as people told me it would be, what else has the government lied to me about?" and once they try harder stuff theyre already fucked.
    so lets have a bit more nuance in the legal system, medical marijuana is the least we should expect being legalized

  7. I believe if you look on her wiki page, she's been involved in like 4 or 5 different controversies, one of which was because she switched her position on marijuana.

  8. But actually, I think there might be a flaw in your theory. I think I read where alcohol sales have gone up in states where recreational Marijuana use has been legalized. But either way I can still see why Schultz could be concerned about that.

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