Friday, February 24, 2017

Roger Stone Flips Out as Trump Administration About to Crackdown on Marijuana Use

As I reported earlier, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that states should expect to see “greater enforcement” of federal laws against marijuana use under the Trump administration’s Justice Department.

 Here's Roger Stone's reaction:
Roger, of course, this is not why you supported Trump. You have solid libertarian-leaning creds. But you should know better.

"Donald pisses ice water"-Roy Cohn.

He is about to piss on the weed crowd--among many, many others.



  1. This is going to be very interesting. Are the states going to go head-to-head with DEA? Because that's where this is going. If I had bets, I'll say states will capitulate. Regardless of state law, I've never seen governors in this day and age willing to tell the Feds to pound sand. Especially when their party is in control.

    I think it's going to get real tense real quick.

  2. Such a bad move by Trump. He should have legalized weed in the middle of the last round of protests. That would have confused/dispersed those crowds pretty dann quick.

    1. I don't disagree, Donxon, but Donald's priority is to fill up all the for-profit prisons that will be coming online in the near future in this "Gulag Republic".

  3. Given that legalization in Colorado and California has resulted in NO adverse results, he is going to war with virtually 100% of the populations of those states (blue haired grannies and all). This could be his Waterloo. Enough already with the police state nonsense. He's gone a bridge too far, I think. Goody.

  4. Stone should've known better, did Stone seriously think after Trump saying that coproaches are the biggest victims in the country that he wouldn't ramp up the drug war? With the exception of LEAP, cops love the drug war

  5. I hope this propels the secession movement to the mainstream.

  6. "[Trump] is about to piss on the weed crowd--among many, many others."

    We'll see. I expect a lot of hot air and very little action.