Jeff Sessions: Legal Pot Is Spiking Violent Crimes

The Huffington Post reports:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday restated his opposition to marijuana use and offered an ominous warning about state-level marijuana legalization efforts, suggesting that such policies would open states to “violence,” as well as potential repercussions from the federal government.

“I don’t think America is going to be a better place when people of all ages, and particularly young people, are smoking pot,” Sessions said to reporters Monday at the Department of Justice. “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, and we’re seeing real violence around that.”

Sessions said he had a meeting on Monday with the attorney general of Nebraska, who is very concerned about marijuana flowing in from Colorado, which legalized weed in 2012. “Experts are telling me there’s more violence around marijuana than one would think and there’s big money involved,” he said.

Sessions’ claim that legalized pot is linked to a rise in violent crime is complete crap. But you knew that. Also, in a poll released last week, majorities across the political spectrum agreed that the feds should leave the states to run their own marijuana policies.

  • Tiger Quinn

    So let’s see. They’re building for profit prisons. Sessions wants to enforce fed level weed laws. Hmmm, I wonder if those two things have anything to do with each other.

    • safari

      Add big pharma and you’ll get a more complete picture.

    • FAEN

      I can’t imagine 🤔

    • Steverino

      And keep in mind, the “war on drugs” has always been primarily a war on citizens who are more likely to vote Democratic.

      • Oh, Parker

        Meanwhile you can track Republican voters in poor red states by the used heroin needles and empty prescription Oxycontin bottles strewn behind them. Hansel and Gretel directed by Quentin Tarantino.

    • Oh, Parker

      I made that connection right away. That’s exactly what this is all about.

    • BobSF_94117

      Next step: debtors prisons for stoners…

  • olandp

    State’s Rights! State’s Rights!

    /s

    • grindstone

      The states may have a leeeeetle something to say about losing a big hunk of tax revenue, mightn’t they?

  • Kelly Lape

    Translation – There are too many empty cells in the Private Prisons we’ve promised to fill with Black Men.

    There are too many black men on the streets, we need to jail them, then bitch about unwed black women needing welfare to support their children while their fathers rot in jail for Pot crimes.

    • Cackalaquiano

      “…too many empty cells in the Private Prisons we’ve promised to fill with Black Men” *and make them pay for the privilege of their incarceration*

      • KarenAtFOH

        Can’t pay? Slave labor for you! /s

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Are there no workhouses?

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Then get released, have a record held against them by some asshole, have work refused based on it (illegal but never prosecuted), commit a crime to eat, end up as a second offender, and the cycle of total fuck upedness continues.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      And a felony conviction means they can’t vote!

      Trifecta!

      • Nowhereman

        I think that is another one of those states rights issues. Of course they only use them against minorities. I’m sure that white conservative frat boys would get their records expunged the very morning after.

      • Ninja0980

        Yup, which means we stay in power.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      Oh I thought we would need the black men to pick the cotton,,,,er…I mean crops when we deport all the illegals who were picking the cotton….
      cause bubba gump sure as hell aint picking no cotton.
      Im confused

      • Kelly Lape

        That’s the sound of (Sessions putting) the men back on the Chain Gang.

        • Stephen Elliot Phillips
  • geoffalnutt

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!!! “Reefer Madness”!!!! This guy is living in 1920s America!

  • Lumpy Gaga

    “I don’t think America is going to be a better place when people of all
    ages, and particularly young people, are smoking pot,” Sessions said to
    reporters Monday at the Department of Justice.

    One size fits all?

  • Bomer

    Let’s just bring back prohibition while we’re at it because that did a bang up job lowering violent crime.

  • safari

    What reality does he live in? Our city has pretty much ignored our state’s AG (which is ironic since it is the state capital) and allowed the opening of medical marijuana stores. All I’ve seen are people not having to do shady things and a ton of new businesses open in abandoned storefronts.

    • KarenAtFOH

      Southern Thinking is its own closed system.

  • johncAtl

    Know what you get if you put Jeff Sessions and Lindsey Graham alone in a room together? No measurable level of testosterone.

    • TampaDink

      Good answer, John. My first instinct was to reply….nauseous.

      • KCMC

        or best Southern cat fight ever.

        • TampaDink

          That would be worth watching if they could assure me in advance that at least one of them would not survive.

          • Oh’behr

            Hopefully Jeff would not survive.

          • TampaDink

            And would leave Lindsey with a terminal case of rabies.

  • Cuberly

    “Experts are telling me…people are saying….some have said…

    We know the drill.

    • Todd20036

      Meanwhile, no medically backed research supports this, but does support certain ailments being alleviated with pot (cancer, glaucoma, etc)

      • Cuberly

        The only “experts” he knows are the ones that support his confirmation bias….if I had to guess, a pastor, minister, etc.

      • yes b’y

        pretty amazing how it works on the tremors of Parkinson’s disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAdDdTZuNA8

  • T-Batwoman

    Is this another one of those predetermined conclusions they search for data to support?

    • Lars Littlefield

      There’s all source of proof on the Christian Broadcast Network.

  • Ernest Endevor

    Pot bad: guns good.

    • Todd20036

      Pot bad, guns in the hands of mental patients good

  • Lazycrockett

    Pizza theft is out of control!!!!

    • Sam_Handwich

      i no longer feel safe walking down the street

      #munchiemadness

    • Tomcat

      Not to mention the sex markets inside the pizza stores.

  • bkmn

    And that would be bullshit. Law enforcement in states with legal recreational pot will tell you otherwise. If he raids the recreational market it will be giving money to the Mexican drug cartels and taking it away from state and local governments.

  • PickyPecker
    • KCMC

      HA. “One moment of bliss- then A LIFETIME OF REGRET!”

      • Bomer

        Thought that was prom night for straight people? /s

        • KCMC

          Mine was just a night of fear, dread, regret, and great disco.
          Do not take your your older sister’s college friend to prom. And she was pageant material, 5 years my senior.

    • Talisman

      For all the moral outrage he’s projecting, he might as well be saying that good people don’t have sex.

    • Jay George

      And he is the judge of all that is good and bad, have no doubt. :p

  • safari

    “We need to return to the idea that all drug users are super criminals ready to kill grandma for a fix. Except opioid users; they’re mostly white.”

    • Lars Littlefield

      My miseries are acting up today. I’d kill for a handful of Oxycontin.

      • safari

        I’ve only had opioids when I had surgery or the like. They make me itch and sleepy in not a good way.

        • safari

          I suppose I’m lucky in that regard.

          • Tomcat

            They come up faster than down for me.
            Guess I am lucky also.

        • doninkansas

          I have bizarre hallucinations. After my kidney transplant I saw many wonderful things! After a sinus surgery some years ago, I couldn’t figure out why there was a baked ham on the bed beside me. My partner at the time dryly remarked it was the first time he had ever seen a cat turn into a ham. I never asked him about the other things I was seeing in my bed.

        • Nowhereman

          I had a dentist give me some after dental work. I only took a half of one, and the next thing I knew I heard someone holler. It was ME–I had passed out and hit the floor. I had never fainted in my life before that. When you live alone, that is not a good thing.

    • Nowhereman

      And opioid addicts really will kill you. I have an ex-brother whose mind is totally gone from abusing opioids. He’s crazy, but not quite crazy or dangerous enough for them to keep him locked up. He’s been in and out of jail and psych wards for the past 8 years or so.

  • Leo

    While heroin and meth is killing Alabama citizens by the thousands, this backwater cracker is going for the low-hanging decades-old trope of the “gateway menace”.

    I and many others NEED to smoke the hash to deal with this supreme idiocy.

  • Caliban M

    Jeff is just pissed that somewhere in this country someone might be having a good time!

    • Oh’behr

      That’s also the problem with busy body Christianists. They’ve got to be controlling everyone else except themselves.

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        No one can have fun. Ever. Makes their heaven bullshit that much more enjoyable. “Just imagine how grand life will be when you actually do something! You just have to die of boredom first!”
        Insufferably boring people.

  • Kelly Lape

    Colorado reported a $Billion in pot sales last year.

    Jeff Sessions and the GOP want to give drug dealers a $Billion dollars.

    • KCMC

      and gift them with felonies.

  • Tawreos

    He does know that Reefer Madness is a movie that was pretty devoid of any connection to reality, doesn’t he?

    • I am convinced he does not know this.

      • Tawreos

        Well give him a joint, make him smoke it and he will work it out for himself.

    • WNY

      He thinks it was a documentary

    • The_Wretched

      He doesn’t care. Any excuse to drive up the prison population is the point. They get a terror tool, private prison kick backs, and get to create felons out of a bunch of poor or minority people so they can’t vote or buy guns. It’s win-win-win-win-win so far as he’s concerned.

  • Rex

    You seem a little cranky Jeff, here, have a brownie.

  • Tomcat

    I see a civil war coming to a country near you soon.

    • KarenAtFOH

      MAGA = The South Shall Rise Again! = The Confederate Flag is Just Southern Pride! = Drunken White Trailer Trash Polemics

  • JoeMyGod

    I hate pot.

    Just the smell of it makes me nauseous.

    But it makes everybody else more pleasant to be around.

    That’s good enough for me.

    • Blake Mason

      Have you tried an edible?

      • JoeMyGod

        Same effect, unfortunately. Nausea, followed by near unconsciousness within minutes. Meanwhile, my friends want to go dancing.

        • Kelly Lape

          Might have been too high a dose. Legal edibles are more reliable.

          • vorpal

            Despite my extreme dislike of pot, it is generally safer than many foods and liquids we consume on a daily basis.

            I’d say you’d easier overdose on water than on pot.

          • Bad Tom

            Consuming a sufficiently large quantity of water was used as a suicide method by one of my co-students at MIT. It only takes about gallon in a short period.

            It is also a sadly frequent side-effect of over-enthusiastic hydration. There have been a number of cases during the Boston Marathon.

          • vorpal

            What a hideous way that must be to die. I know it’s not uncommon at raves when people have taken MDMA and spent the night dancing for them to hyperhydrate and perish.

            If I wanted to commit suicide, it would be through a massive overdose of strong opioids (U-47700) and a whack of benzodiazepines of some kind, probably with some alcohol thrown in for good measure.

          • Bad Tom

            Water intoxication totally fucks up the body’s osmostat, causing hyponatraemia. This leads to confusion, nausea, vomiting, psychosis, seizures, coma, and finally death.

            The confusion and psychotic features can cause people with no suicidal intent to think they must drink more water, aka polydipsia. With no intervention, this positive feedback loop can easily prove fatal.
            ——-
            No, I’ll pick another way to go, if it comes to that.

        • Joe in PA

          Ya gotta start small Joe Jervis…and work your way up.

          Wait, what are talking about?

      • Leo

        My mom did in her sorority and had a heart attack. Brownie, specifically. I grew wary of any edibles after hearing that story.

        • vorpal

          A heart attack from consuming THC?
          I’ve never heard of anything like that.
          Are the doctors sure there was any relation?

          • Talisman

            There have been studies that show a link between pot use and heart attacks. It can cause a sudden weakening of the heart muscle, and some people do have an increased chance of a heart attack immediately after use.

            https://www.sciencenews.org/article/marijuana-use-weakens-heart-muscle

          • Some people also have an adverse reaction including a sever drop in blood pressure.

          • KCMC

            one of my work youth required pacemaker at age 17.

    • Bomer

      Does the same thing to me.

    • Kelly Lape

      Try the legal edibles. In WA they state the potency. Start with a 5mg dose and wait at least an hour – take a 2nd 5mg dose if desired.

      • Nowhereman

        I’d wait 8 hours. I find that it comes on usually between 2 and 3 hours, but it can take 4. If you take another dose before the 8 hours are up the second dose can really fuck you up when it hits. Definitely don’t take it if you need to drive anywhere in the next 4 hours. At least that is my experience.

        • Kelly Lape

          5MG Candies from WA state aren’t latent. They dissolve because they’re a sugar confection. You will feel the full effect in an hour. If you’re a stoner start with a 10mg candy. For a novice 5mg is a good starting point.

          • Not my experience…took over 2 hours to hit and then it was much too strong. But I don’t care for pot in any of it’s forms. It’s all way to strong for me.

          • Kelly Lape

            Bob, was it a 5? and only one 5?

        • Guest666

          Too much administered orally is misery. Bad cookie, bad!

    • Lars Littlefield

      That’s OK. It’s just like butt sex. Some people just aren’t into it. 🙂

      • Kelly Lape

        and some of us prefer having it into us.

        • Lars Littlefield

          😀 I prefer to have it in to you, too.

        • Xiao Ai

          Wait, are we still talkin’ bout pot?

      • vorpal

        What manner of crazy talk is this?!?!?

      • Tiger Quinn

        And some of us are WAYYYYYY into it. 🙂

        • vorpal

          If I had 1/10th the buttsex that anti-LGBT Christians seem to think I have, I wouldn’t even have time to eat breakfast unless I did it while buttsexing.

          I think I would be okay with that.

          • I’ll keep that in mind for your visit.

          • vorpal

            Does that constitute a formal invitation?
            Say yes before you realize what you’ve gotten yourself into :D.

          • Which way is up? 😀

          • vorpal

            It will be so wild by the end we’ll have no idea ;-).
            I’m thinking nature documentary.

          • Sounds good to me.

    • Talisman

      Never taken any illegal substance – the strongest thing I’ve ever taken is loritab after a root canal. Unless you count the tequila in the margarita….

      • KarenAtFOH

        Margarita and cold meds = whoa dude, what just happened

        • Lars Littlefield

          Theraflu mixed with three shots of white tequila. Wonderful.
          Makes the flu tolerable, too.

          • vorpal

            No. No. No. A thousand times, no.
            Theraflu is high in acetaminophen / paracetamol (Tylenol).

            Alcohol + Tylenol is an extremely dangerous combination that can cause severe liver damage.

          • Bad Tom

            Now THAT will make me vomit.

          • Lars Littlefield

            amature

      • vorpal

        That’s okay. I’ve done plenty for both of us ;-).

      • I was about to say – some days I feel like the only one in the community who’s never done anything stronger than booze.

        • Beagle

          You aren’t the only one. For a number of reasons, I haven’t done anything stronger than the occasional prescription opioid.

          • And after about two weeks, the opioids that were prescribed for my broken back stopped working. Most overrated drug ever.

          • vorpal

            What opioids were you taking?
            They are highly tolerance building and very rapidly so, but maybe you just needed a larger dose or a stronger one.

          • Hydrocontin. Later was moved “down” to tramadol which did zip.

          • vorpal

            I’m not sure if “hydrocontin” is hydrocodone (weak) or hydromorphone continuous relief (strong)…

            But yeah… Tramadol is weak sauce. Pain needs to be managed better.

          • Hydrocodone. And, thankfully, by that point I could manage with ibuprofen.

          • Beagle

            For 2-3 days once every year or two, they work for me. I’ll keep your experience in mind if I ever need pain mess for a longer term.

        • vorpal

          Oh, duh… I thought you said the REVERSE claim up there.
          =points=

        • doninkansas

          Except for the prescription meds, I agree.

    • Tomcat

      Tried it twice and projectile vomited each time. Now I leave alone.

      • Hank

        That happened to me the only 2 times, that I did “Shots” in a bar!!! (Had a total of 2 shots each time.) Spent the rest of the night sitting around the porcelain G-d!!! I much prefer to be “mellow”!!!

      • Nowhereman

        I had that reaction to cocaine. I never saw the attraction.

    • AtticusP

      I am with Bill Maher on this one: they are going to have to pry my bong away from my cold, dead fingers.

      • Hank

        Cough, Cough, Cough…. here have a hit off mine!!

    • vorpal

      LOL my husband is pretty much unbearable without it.

      Like you, I can’t stand the stuff, even though almost every doctor I’ve had for the last 10 years has told me that I SHOULD consume it for Crohn’s.

      • ByronK

        I read your first sentence and then realized we were back on the subject of weed. I was still on the butt sex thread. LOL

        • vorpal

          Even though I don’t like weed, they DO tend to mix well together :D.

        • DonnaLee

          LOL….you too? I had to check again, because it could go either way there!

          • ByronK

            Ya, I had a moment of confusion. I thought, well, my ex husband just to get really irritable but that sounds a bit extreme. And then reality kicked in.

      • Nowhereman

        I use a simple vaporizer (Vapor Genie), and then I save the vaporized material and make an oil with it using coconut oil. I take the oil morning and evening and it mellows out my joint pain. I feel a slight head rush after 2-3 hours, but not incapacitating. I never even get “stoned” in the usual sense. The oil also works great to massage in onto sore areas directly.

        • vorpal

          Hubby also vaporizes, but just throws away the vaporized material.

          I prefer dissociative anaesthetics and opioids for my pain. Even though pot is generally considered one of the safest drugs, for me it is the most disorienting and unpleasant one I have ever done.

          • Bad Tom

            Fascinating.

          • vorpal

            Are you familiar with Alexander Shulgin (deceased a few years back) and his wife Ann?

            Shulgin was a famous chemist that discovered large numbers of the psychedelic (hallucinogenic / empathogenic) phenethylamines and tryptamines that we are familiar with today, including the early members of the infamous 2C-x family, the related DOx extremely psychedelic amphetamines, and many 4- and 5-substituted tryptamines.

            He and his wife could handle their psychedelics like nobody’s business, but similarly felt completely disoriented, awkward, and unpleasant when they used marijuana. I can take massive amounts of psychedelic and dissociative drugs and be just fine, but even a few hits off the vaporizer of pot and I am a basket case of nerves, social anxiety, disorientation, and awkwardness.

          • Oh’behr

            That is fascinating. I appreciate your posts.

            I get an out of body experience when I’ve done marijuana a few times in the past over several decades. I also get disoriented. I don’t like the experience.

            I find it otherwise makes me nauseous. I have allergies to ragweed and smoke. (Though I can handle smudging with sage and cedar).

            I haven’t tried vaping pot. I still think it might make me nauseous. I’m really sensitive to some substances.

            I’d only use it if I needed it for medicinal purposes. I’ve not done it that way (oil). So I’d first have to try it to see what effect it had on me. I’m not optimistic.

            That said, I’m not opposed to other people using it. Not that you implied it in your post.

          • vorpal

            Thanks, Oh’behr. It’s nice to know I’m not just typing into the void :-).

            Interesting… I’ve never had an OOBE off marijuana alone, although I have had them, both via and without drugs.

            I also have allergies to ragweed… I wonder if there’s any significance in that?

            I really would prefer not to use it, even though I have been told that I could very much benefit from pot, because the undesirable side effects outweigh the benefits. I wish it were as easy as that. Many people have had good success with Crohn’s with pot. I just can’t imagine living my life that way.

          • Bad Tom

            That story sounds quite familiar. I’ve read Cleansing the Doors of Perception, by Huston Smith. He might have related it. I will have to check.

        • DonnaLee

          That I have never heard before.

      • David Walker

        First they came for the weed, and I said nothing because I don’t smoke it.
        Then they came for the catnip, and I scratched their fucking eyes out.

    • Ernest Endevor

      Try eating it. Srsly. Put in rice or sprinkle on fish before broiling. The high takes longer to arrive but is more mellow.

      • David Walker

        Stays longer, too. I loved Alice B. Toklas brownies and cookies.

      • CottonBlimp

        If you can get it, Kiva-brand mint chocolate is absolutely fantastic, but you’ll want to eat way more of it than you should.

      • DonnaLee

        I’ve heard that from some who said the smell turned them totally off.

    • Paula

      I honestly,can say that I don’t need anything in my life that is going to make me want to eat more.

      • Nowhereman

        It doesn’t make me eat more, but I do enjoy the act of eating more.

        • David Walker

          As we used to say, “Eat more fruit!” And, so, we did.

      • David Walker

        It’s not that it wants you to eat more…it merely suggests. A lot. Insistently. Constantly. But it doesn’t WANT you to eat more.

      • Jerry

        Violence? Pot smokers?!? I guess it only happens when you get in the way or take away the junk/fast food during a munchie binge.

    • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

      I love the smell. It’s like incense to me.

      • Bad Tom

        Me too.

    • Ninja0980

      I got a sinus infection the couple of times I tried and never seemed mellow out by it.
      But that’s just me.

    • {EDIT} Freaking Disqus.

      • vorpal

        LOL you most definitely are not alone.
        If we competed, I’m pretty sure I’d win the substance game.

    • Guest666

      No smell with the vape pens. Win win!

      • vorpal

        I don’t know about “vape pens” but my husband has a small vaporizer, and I think it reeks.

        Before, when he smoked from the bong, I would always say, “Smells like a forest fire.”

        Now I say, “Smells like a vaporized forest fire.”

        Either way, I think it’s revolting. But to each his own.
        I love the taste of most of the chemicals I use, which would make others probably vomit.

    • I’m not a fan either, but it’s ridiculous that it’s illegal. What’s more ridiculous is how many Republicans I know who support all these politicians but smoke regularly. I’m happy to narc them out. We all should. If they think people should go to jail for possession they should be at the front of that line.

    • Xiao Ai

      Poor man.

      Care for a some kawfee and a brownie? 😉

  • Stogiebear

    “States Rights for me but none for thee.” –Jeffybelle.

  • Harvey888

    And all the redneck stoners are going WTF?

  • Paul David

    Boy, the GOP is really, really trying to become the most unpopular political movement in modern history!

    Thank god they only have to worry about approximately 80,000 voters in garbage Midwestern states to stay in power!

    After all, a small number of uneducated or semi-educated whites in the Midwest OF COURSE should be responsible for electing our national government, and driving nationwide policy!

  • William

    Devil weed smoking Negroes are raping White women!!!

    • Bad Tom

      Don’t get him started on what happens when devil weed and the fags get together!
      ——-
      I’ll take Midnight Fun! for $500, Alex.

  • PickyPecker
    • Tomcat

      RIGHT, that ain’t going to happen.
      They want to make pot a felony to get more Liberals unable to vote.

  • Joe in PA

    we’re seeing real violence around that…. Obviously this person has never smoked pot.

    Oh and if you want to see a real cause/effect story…check out the local straight bar at 2:00am. Go ahead make some dumbass remark.

  • Rex

    Begs the question, what’s he been smoking?

  • LesbianTippingHabits

    Not re tipping, but the Attorney General of Nebraska should be asked re alcohol flowing across state lines from Whiteclay, Nebraska, north to South Dakota.

    • Paula

      Exactly! The liquor stores in Whiteclay are responsible for so much misery across in SD. Don’t believe me. Walk through Whiteclay on Google Earth. You will see the people laying on the side of the road and in the shadows. From what I have read, the owner of the biggest store says it is his right as a businessman, to sell alcohol to anyone. He has no responsibility for what happens.

      • LesbianTippingHabits

        Not re tipping, but every time that Nebraska complains about Colorado and legal marijuana, media refuse to ask Nebraska re Whiteclay, Nebraska. And they should.

        This means you, New York Times. Thank you.

      • johncAtl

        Hehe….Main Street is a dirt road.

  • CJAS

    Okay. “Experts are telling me”. Let’s see their peer reviewed research.

    • Joe in PA

      Sounds like “unnamed sources” to me.

      • Nowhereman

        It’s the usual suspects for sure.

    • Menergy

      fake news/alt facts

  • Tomcat

    Going back to the 18 hundreds is not easy.

    • Rex

      A little pot would slow down all that kicking and screaming.

      • Joe in PA

        [insert joke about sex life]

    • johncAtl

      Once Trump decides to play with the nuclear weapons the Earth will regress well beyond the 1800s.

  • Lazycrockett
    • KarenAtFOH

      Old white men’s lives matter.

    • The_Wretched

      Cartoon villainy with real life plain old white racism.

    • Tomcat

      They never did anything anyway.

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      Disclaimer: I’m white. I’m pasty white.
      I can’t fathom what a person of color must be thinking to hear the person in charge of laws noting that police who attack communities of color can do so without any response from the Attorney General, civil right be damned.
      Sessions: Please just fuck off and die.

  • Earl

    Bullshit. Drinking causes violence, but don’t let the truth get in the way of oppressing people. We all know why you want to enforce the pot laws. You don’t want people voting.

  • Megrim Twist

    On behalf of the entire state of California, may I say JUST TRY IT Beauregard.

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      And Colorado just told him to go fuck himself.
      Note the context of his statement: Poor little Nebraska is getting their farmlands raided by hipsters from big, progressive Colorado.
      Trust me, hon, I’m seen the border of Nebraska from the Colorado side. Children of the Corn is a compliment in those parts. No-one from Colorado is venturing there for crime or otherwise. No-one. Now, getting the fuck out of that hellhole and getting Rocky Mountain High? Well, there, you got me.

  • TampaDink

    Transgender access to public restrooms = states rights.
    Legal pot = federal case.

    I expected this kind of shit out of that piece of shit.

    • Tomcat

      They do love to pick and choose which things they get to control and which things they throw back to the states.

      • TampaDink

        Yes they do….but under his control, I suspect that the things that he doesn’t approve of will simply be made illegal on the federal level, with penalties based on race, religion, sexuality & gender identity & income.
        Mass murder? Are you white, christian, straight male & wealthy? Well, try not to let it happen again this week, okay?

        • Bad Tom

          If it does, we’re gonna bill you for cleanup, OK?

          • TampaDink

            Fair enough.
            Next case:
            Person of color, agnostic, LGB or T person living from paycheck to paycheck caught with a joint….15-20 years in a (privately owned & operated) prison.

          • Bad Tom

            Be sure to charge them a daily fee for the food and jail cell, payable if they ever get out.

          • TampaDink

            That’s a mighty big IF. 😉

    • johncAtl

      I hear vodka is next on his list.

      • TampaDink

        Time to find another country to live in. ;-p

        • Derrick Johns

          You mean like Vermont? It’s gonna’ be a big change in weather, TampaDink.

          • TampaDink

            I’d have to find “creative” methods of keeping my body warm but at least the vodka will always be chilled.

  • Tiger Quinn

    I live in Palm Springs. I smoke all day, every day, for my PTS, which is quite bad and simply not manageable by antidepressants. I’d love to see you come for Cali’s weed.

    • Lars Littlefield

      I think you need me to come for a visit. I’ll bring lots of cookies. And it sounds like you could use a deep, long sesame oil backkrub. 🙂

      • Tiger Quinn

        Oh I’ve got a lovely dispensary here in town that keeps me full of flowers and gels and waxes and whatnots. 🙂

  • Raising_Rlyeh

    No one is talking about pot being legal for anyone at any age you mother fucking asshole.

  • Tomcat

    I sure hope some politician yells YOU LIE tonight at Trump’s speech to Congress.
    Of course he would be lynched immediately.

    • jimbo65

      That would be choice. The fainting spells at the couch would be epic.

    • TampaDink

      President Bannon would probably arrange to have that person experience a fatal “accident” by tomorrow afternoon.

    • oh god please

  • jimbo65

    What the hell is he smoking? What the fuck? It’s like the 80s drug war coming back all over again. This is just a set up to fill up the greenlit privatized prisons. He’s not fooling anyone other than the Christofascists. Asshole.

    • “What the hell is he smoking?”

      Hate and racism, wrapped in fascist oppression.

      • Bad Tom

        Now THAT should be banned!

  • HZ81

    I’m not high enough to deal with his fucking bullshit.

    • Hank

      Here, have a hit!!!

      • HZ81

        That’s not a pipe! 😉

  • beariac
  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    According to congressional testimony, Mr Sessions has joked that he thought the Ku Klux Klan was “OK until I found out they smoked pot”. Despicable little racist troll!

    • Tomcat

      The Klan would have been alright by him if they had just snorted Cocaine.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      Im sure some of those redneck boys grow that shit in the backwaters like they used to do with moonshine

      • Bad Tom

        Easier to do than moonshine. No apparatus required at all.

        • Dreaming Vertebrate

          Grow lights!
          May this little dino recommend SwifTrans LED grow lights!

          • Bad Tom

            Appears to solve the high electric consumption and infrared signature tells.

            Technology, yeah!

          • Dreaming Vertebrate

            I use the grow lights for my angel trumpets and orchids.
            They LOVE ’em.

  • Step 1 was “Ban all intoxicants,” aka “Prohibition.” What most people don’t know is some substances such as grass were not originally included, being considered harmless in the way coffee and tea was.

    Result of narcotic & alcohol prohibition though? The creation of nationwide organized crime syndicates centered around the delivery of alcohol and other banned drugs where they were wanted. But grass was legal and not that big a deal. (Also, back then it wasn’t very potent at all.)

    Late 1920s / early 30s, the writing was on the way, alcohol would soon become legal again because all Prohibition had done was created these crime syndicates and a nation full of law-breaking consumers who wanted their beer, wine, and whiskey.

    So the federal narcotics administration decided they needed a new target, and gee — there was this drug being grown and used mainly by minorities. Particularly African Americans and Mexican immigrants, the latter of whom had dozens of MJ-derived home remedies for various ailments. The call to ban grass was promoted and sold intentionally on racist grounds, in which it was suggested grass made black men want to rape white women and Latino folks lazy and prone to crimes. Grass was also promoted then as being as addictive and dangerous as high-grade heroin, hence its eventual designation some decades later as a Schedule 1 substance — the most dangerous and having no medical uses or benefits.

    It is absolutely ludicrous and contrary to reality to suggest that ‘higher THC levels’ promote any kind of violence, when anyone who’s had experience with the stuff and who is honest about their experiences knows the usual result is sleepiness and relaxation.

    But hey — we have a thoroughly racist administration, and so it should come as no surprise that their AG will go back to promoting racist-motivated drug laws, which will be used to imprison minorities and as a handy excuse for deporting immigrants.

    • Tomcat

      BUT religion IS a intoxicant.

      • Sadly, toxic memes are not fungible.

        • Bad Tom

          I believe this will change.
          If we survive.

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Intoxicant. Poison. Bullshit.
        Quite a pill.

    • Pip

      I don’t know… I can get pretty violent with my bag of Doritos when it won’t open.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    ok you tiny house living, locally sourced, IPA beer chugging, hipsters.
    If you protest voted…..You have nobody else to blame but yourself when they take away your bong and your profitable, organic pot farm

    • Nowhereman

      Oh please just effing stop it.

      • Stephen Elliot Phillips

        I never go there. But this time I did…..sorry.
        elections do have consequences.
        Theyll be coming for us too

        • Ninja0980

          It has to be done.
          Trump is doing things to undo all the issues these folks who did protest votes care about.

      • William

        People who didn’t vote or voted for Green/Johnson need to be called on the carpet.

  • Derrick Johns

    See. What a Trump fool. Probably half of the folks that Trump hung out with in the 80’s and 90’s smoked reefer and snorted cocaine.

    • William

      Cocaine was required amongst Trump’s crowd in the 80s.

  • Nowhereman

    No, the real issue is that private prisons need to be full in order to reap big profits, and cannabis users are low hanging fruit. Sessions got big campaign donations from the private prison industry. Cops love to bust us because as a rule we are NOT violent. All the info that I have seen about the effects of legalizing cannabis is that the crime rate overall goes down. Another good thing is that in areas where it is legal, MEDICARE prescriptions for opioids are way down.

    • Tomcat

      Not to mention felonies keep Liberals from voting from now on.

      • Nowhereman

        Yes–and that is what is behind the anti-riot legislation.

        • Tomcat

          And the new resisting arrest being made a felony.
          All you have to do is pull back instinctively when a cop squeezes your fingers and that can be resisting arrest,,, a FELONY and no more voting for you for life.

    • The_Wretched

      ^this

    • Bad Tom

      Ask any cop if they would rather arrest a drunk or a stoned person.

    • grindstone

      And apparently prescription drug abuse.

    • William

      The right wing county just north of here was known for cops planting little baggies of pot in the cars of people they had pulled over. They will be back to that in no time.

    • DaMoldBrok

      And the Big Pharma hates that! They want to sell all the opioids for the highest price they can get!

      No more lobbyist allowed in the halls of congress!

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    It’s the “Rolling Green” Massacre all over again!

    • Tomcat

      Good one!

  • “I saw Reefer Madness. I know what I’m talking about.” -Jeff Sessions

  • I don’t know much about this subject but the income generated from sales, and by-products, exceed $1bn in Colorado alone, that’s per year. The drain on police, so I have read, is the fact that it isn’t legal, arresting people for possession which wouldn’t happen if it was legal. I am not sure where Mr Sessions is getting his data from, if he is getting it from anywhere, maybe the fairies in his head.

    • canoebum

      It’s not “data”. It’s bullshit. Steamy, stinking bullshit.

      • William

        I was in the first fifth grade class in San Diego that was not required to watch that movie.

    • Bad Tom

      I would suggest he pulled those “facts” from his butt.

  • joe ho

    lol.

    Goin’ hit all those Green Partiers and Bernie Bros where it really hurts.

    • shivadog

      A lot of Trump voters are pot smokers too.

      • Stephen Elliot Phillips

        well most are either high on jesus or an opiate.

        • Pip

          Or meth.

      • andrew

        Yep. There are a lot of working class white folks who love their herb.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Actually, it’s not you lying sack of bovine feces. Just look at Colorado’s crime & revenue stats since pot became legal. Oh, I’m sorry, I do forget that facts aren’t something you or your masters trade in, nevertheless, they still exist…whether you like them or not.

    The other part of the equation, as others here have rightly pointed out, is the privatization of the penal system. Gotta make the bucks and the only way that can happen is if you create a farm system which harvests many harmless and wholly innocent people for pot. No, no mein gropen fuhrer, it’s not that violent crime is spiking, it’s just republican’s violating people’s rights and decency that’s spiking. Bigly difference.

  • Tomcat

    I am starting to think a civil war will be necessary to stop republicans from their total control of mankind.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      we should stop all discretionary spending period.

  • joe ho

    But those emails of that corrupt corporate whore Hillary!

    • Tomcat

      String her up.

      • Stephen Elliot Phillips

        Bill never inhaled….yeah right

        • Pip

          I always figured he was telling the truth. He tried to inhale, but just couldn’t handle the harsh dank weed they were smoking and coughed it all back out quick. 😉

  • DreadPikathulhu

    There are five pot shops within a mile of where I live. I’ve never seen any kind of violence associated with them.

    • TampaDink

      That’s because you’re too baked to notice all of the violent crime. ;-p

  • BeaverTales

    This sounds like alternative facts. 10th & 4th Amendment apply.

  • jimbo65

    And btw,it’s time members of Congress should be drug tested. Time to put their money where their mouth is and be tested like any other working class schmoe. Oh that’s right, they take half the year off. So it’s a stretch to call them workers. Nice job, if you can get it.

    • Stephen Elliot Phillips

      drug tested AND put on free market health care.

      • Tomcat

        Using their own health savings accounts.

        • Tomcat

          Paid for by them.

          • Mike C

            With only a $2000 tax credit.

  • Tomcat

    Trump is now in Guinness book of records.
    Most people fucked in 30 days.*

    * NO CONDOM.

  • Dreaming Vertebrate

    Breaking: Sessions to appear in cameo role for Reefer Madness II.
    Plot Twist: High on devil-weed, Sessions’ character will help an illegitimate puppet president murder democracy and enslave America under the crushing fist of brutal Russian overlords. Devil weed – the gateway drug to Krokodil!

  • Dom Saunders

    Where is the proof that weed is even causing a spike in violent crime? Because last I checked, national crime rates decreased, and weed had no real correlation with any of it. Plus, I thought it was already generally understood that the “war on drugs” was a bust? Why is he trying to bring that back?

    • -M-

      Why?
      For profit prisons.
      Extreme policing of minorities.
      Felony convictions as a way to strip people of the right to vote.

      • WiMountainBear

        ^^^ THIS ^^^

  • andrew

    Those States Rights conservatives almost always show themselves to be hypocrites.

    • -M-

      almost

  • LovesIrony

    The evaporation of their, “leave it up to the states” is appalling. “I don’t think America is going to be a better place when people of all ages, and particularly young people, are SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION FOR smoking pot,”

  • Mike C

    The only violence around weed is in places where it’s illegal. But by all means, attack the states with legal weed. Then let’s see how long your administration lasts.

  • Bill

    Hey Sessions. You can pry my marijuana from YOUR cold, dead hands.

    • Dreaming Vertebrate

      Second amendment solution!

  • Ninja0980

    And yet nothing about the heroin crisis in rural areas and suburbs which actually ARE leading to increases in crime.

    • The_Wretched

      The heroin crisis is a part of the opioid epidemic – in other words, PHARMA likes the excess sales of oxy.

    • Mike C

      You kiddin’ me? Who do you think their base is?

  • GayOldLady

    Criminalizing pot is so hypocritical. I don’t see pot any differently than alcohol. In fact criminalizing drug use is ridiculous. If the drug user commits a crime then punish the crime, not the drug. The best way to undermine organized crime and those who push drugs is to make it all legal,control it, tax it, label it with warnings and facts about the consequence of it’s use and accept the fact that the world is made up of those who will use it and those who won’t use it. Those who will abuse it and those who won’t abuse it. While we’re at it legalize prostitution, gambling and all other things that have nothing to do with crime UNLESS we make the act itself criminal. Silly pontificating Jefferson Beauregard Sessions needs to go on back to Alabamy the capital of toothless meth heads.

    • scorpiomike

      Thank you! I was just discussing this with a friend last night. My city has seen a huge spike in Heroin overdoses. And I think the biggest issue is that we treat drug abuse as a criminal act instead of a health problem. If you commit crimes while using or abusing drugs, get charged with that crime. Possession and use of drugs does not need to be criminal. Someone addicted to heroin does not need jail, they need health care!

    • William

      Portugal legalized all drugs and drug use went down. Buying drugs legally allowed users to talk with medical professionals and to get into treatment.

  • easygoingmister

    piss-ant pin-headed mother-fucking weasel-faced son-of-a-bitch.

  • Robert Adams

    “..suggesting that such policies would open states to “violence,”

    Sounds more like the result of White House rhetoric than weed.

  • Robert Adams

    They’re all for State’s Rights when the White House and Congress are in Democrat’s hands.

  • Daveed_WOW

    Gotta keep that War on Drugs goin’. It’s one of the key foundations of the racist war by the government against it’s own minorities.

    • Bad Tom

      How are we going to fill up the for-profit prisons if we can’t make mostly harmless shit illegal?

      It’s worked for forty-five years!

  • Tempus Fuggit

    C’mon, guys, he’s just being consistent; he believes in states’ rights.

    Oh, wait.

  • Pip

    What a lying piece of shit. I live in Colorado. We have seen a steady decrease of crimes. I will admit that some things have increased, public display and public consumption are rampant at this time. We have seen an increase of transient people moving into the state to bum for weed. Even the DUIs are starting to decline. All in all though, our crime rates are going down, our revenue for our schools is going up.

    We are seeing an increase in crimes connected to meth lately. Mainly car thefts and home burglaries. Perhaps they should focus their energies there instead, but as usual they go for the low hanging fruit.

    IT’S MADNESS!! REEFER MAAAADNESSSS!!

  • Canadian Observer

    I have never really understood the recreational use of cannabis… mostly because the primary effect it has on me is to make me want to curl up on the floor and go to sleep (being an insomniac, this is not a bad thing, and if Justin & Co. would just get off their asses and follow through on the promise to legalize it I would definitely keep some on hand to deal with particularly bad nights without having to go through the bullshit involved in getting a prescription for medical marijuana). I will observe, though, that I MUCH prefer being around people who are stoned than people who have been drinking… primarily because I find they are less likely to act out violently.

    That being said, I wonder if using cannabis would eliminate my immediate response to Jeff Sessions… which is to corner him and beat the crap out of him. I don’t believe I have actually hit anyone since high school, but that smug little face just seems to beg to have my fist in it.

    • rextrek1

      well I for one enjoy weed……at 57, in my earlier yrs – I used to drink – I HATE the way alcohol makes me feel …….weed does IT for me – relaxes me…..makes me sleep easy…….wake up NO SIDE EFFECTS! …and I say we take turns beating the SHIT OUT of that Little TROLL….

      • Natty Enquirer

        I was a heavy drinker for a number of years, then quit and abstained for all of 2016. To my surprise, I now find that alcohol makes me feel terrible. That lovely rush and euphoria of the first couple of drinks was a manifestation of my addiction more than anything else. These days, it’s just morning caffeine. I prefer being alert and present to being zonked out.

    • yes b’y

      medical pot is much easier to get now in Canada

  • fuow

    Good. The millennials who stayed home to punish us are going to be hardest hit by this. Serves them right. Next time, maybe they’ll vote.

    • The_Wretched

      Down voted. Beating up the people you need doesn’t help.

      • Ninja0980

        When these people are still throwing fits over last year’s primary and attacking Perez and even Ellison, they need to be called out.

        • The_Wretched

          Perez was recruited to keep Ellison penned up. Dems need the left. They need to stop constantly marginalizing it.

  • John

    Living in Colorado, the center of this “debate” I can guarantee that crime has not risen, in fact, it has gone down, even as our population rises dramatically.

    • MBear

      Ssshhhhh….facts make them angry

  • JWC

    Sessions should promote “Pot” the multitudes are easier to screw when they are docile

  • beariac

    OT but nothing like a fart joke when a chuckle is required. (or you’re high)
    https://twitter.com/ThePoke/status/836623250029326339

  • guest

    I hope someone will post verified statistics showing aspects of crime that is alcohol induced vs. crime that is pot induced. Was it a pot-head that went into a bar and killed someone because their skin color wasn’t white!?! No, that A-hole was drunk from booze!

    So much for the party of “State’s Rights!” Hypocrites and A-holes! I have never tried pot, but from what I’ve heard from people and read about pot, it is WAY less damaging to a person’s body than alcohol is, especially if the pot is ingested rather than inhaled. I say legalize it nationally, regulate and tax it like we already do for cigarettes and booze.

  • Bad Tom

    Alcohol may cause a lot of personal problems. But no one commits armed robbery to afford their next drink. That’s because alcohol is legal to buy.

    Heroin, meth, cocaine cause a lot of personal problems, and a lot of crime, because people DO commit armed robbery to afford the black market prices.

    Even though pot is only partly legal, NO ONE commits armed robbery to get their next joint. That’s because pot is pacific, and not as addictive as either alcohol or cigarettes.

    The war on drugs has been a failure ever since Nixon declared it in 1971.
    ——-
    It’s been a boon for for-profit prisons, though!

    • -M-

      And those high black market prices attract gangs and organized crime to monopolize the distribution by violence.

      • Bad Tom

        And the HUGE profit margin makes the blood and death and violence an acceptable cost of doing business.

  • MBear

    Lol….got any FACTS? Or just hullabaloo?

  • Andymac3

    Its the racist misogynist government that by their rhetoric is encouraging violent crime (bomb threats on Jewish schools, people that look like they could be muslim being shot), not pot, and certainly not legalized pot, where the crime has decreased in those states that have had it for long enough to measure it.

  • Guest666

    They better not take away my legal weed goddamit!

  • ByronK

    It does kind of add injury to insult that the people wanting to take it away are the same people that are making most people want to use it.

  • -M-

    Nasty, the eighth and very bitter dwarf.

    • Maggie 4NoH8

      Sessions always answers the overhead page, “Bitter, party of one, Bitter, party of one…”

  • Rick

    These people never smile.

  • KnownDonorDad

    Speaking as someone who is annoyed by telltale pot smoke and the thought of a younger generation drugged into listlessness, even I know this link to violent crime is nonsense.

  • Luther Kreiger

    I just love having an “Attorney General” that’s one of the most vile human beings in history! Such a bright future for justice here in the US.

  • Jon Doh

    How did he get bong water in his eyes, and why did it make him so bitter?

    • Nasty Girl Brianna

      He was obviously picked on relentlessly as a child.

  • Mark

    Bull fucking shit. All I see is a run on munchies and those are in the house before that first toke is ever taken. Fuck off sessions. Racist bombastic pig.

  • Hue-Man

    Will this be enough to keep Sessions and the other Trumpettes out of Canada?

    The Liberal government is to introduce legislation to legalize recreational marijuana this year, and it may take until 2018 before a new law is on the books. A study by the Deloitte auditing firm pegs the size of an eventual recreational market at more than $22 billion a year.

    http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/canadas-marijuana-green-rush

    Medical marijuana is already legal nationally.

  • Tulle Christensen

    “current levels of THC in marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago”

    I have been hearing that since the 1970s, I figure by now pot must be 99% THC /s

    • Helen Damnation 🍑™

      kewl. you in pocket?

    • Biggus Disqus

      From the way some of these idiots talk, you’d think it was up to ~150%.

  • narutomania

    The BULLSHIT just never stops with this bunch, does it?

    People who smoke marijuana don’t engage in violent crime. Even those who smoke too much of it.

    But you want to know who does engage in violent crime? People who drink too much alcohol. And THAT statistic is indisputable. Just look at the countless police reports and arrest records that show a high level of alcohol in the person arrested. Men and women alike.

    So why don’t you start there, ole Jeffey ole bean. If you are so worried about violent crime, try banning the sale and production of beer in the United States. And then see how your Drumpf-lovin’ voter base turns on you.

  • OdieDenCO

    moron! try reading the science. legalizing MMJ has decreased overdoses.
    http://drugabuse.com/legalizing-marijuana-decreases-fatal-opiate-overdoses/

  • Frank Conway

    Has this little elf ever smoked pot? It makes you the opposite of violence. You relax you smile and you love everybody.

    • Maggie 4NoH8

      And mostly just look for Cheetos. Well, I’ve replaced Cheetos with Doritos – our “president” has simply ruined Cheetos for me.

      • Oh’behr

        Though I think of Trump as the soft kind of Cheetos. I still like the crunchy kind.

  • Isn’t legal marijuana use something people are voting for? More Jedi mind tricks from DT’s administration: “That thing you all say you want? You don’t want that. I know you think you do, but really you don’t. This is not the high you’re looking for.”

  • Trog

    but… but… STATES’ RIGHTS!!!!

    • David Walker

      Not with weasel face JeffBeau in charge.

      • Nasty Girl Brianna

        He bears a startling resemblance to Elmer Fudd.

        • David Walker

          Huhuhuhuhuhuhuh

  • Lance Thrustwell

    He’s right. Why I can’t count the number of people I’ve attacked in a stoned rage!

  • CottonBlimp

    How can these fucking asswipes say this BS with a straight face? Legal weed leads to violent crimes? We all know what drug makes people violent, and it sure-as-shit ain’t pot.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZx5OgKQNrA

    • Oh’behr

      That is excellent. Thank you for posting it.

    • Biggus Disqus

      Simple.

      It’s because when all is said and done, “power” is ultimately just the ability to “make it stick.” If I say 2+2=5, people would mock me. If a guy with a gun to your head says 2+2=5, you tend to agree emphatically. Same thing, basically.

  • leastyebejudged

    “Experts are telling me there’s more violence around marijuana than one would think and there’s big money involved,” is a factually true statement. There IS still a great deal of violent crime around marijuana.

    Simply because it’s still illegal in adjoining states.

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    I kind of think pot stinks but who the hell cares? Beyond the effect, beyond the whole state’s rights issue, beyond the medical argument, which is huge but hey! when did Republicans care about people’s health or well being, one fact remains:
    Colorado got a shit load of money. Cold hard stoner cash spends just like cold hard sober cash.
    I thought Republicans liked states rights and money? Why do they hate America?

    Edit to note: You want to see Mellenials lining up to vote against your ass? Take away their legal pot. I love Millenials and will gladly note that they get even happier around weed. Smoke em if you got em, boys.

    • Biggus Disqus

      The fastest-growing demographic of cannabis consumers is people over the age of 65.

      That’s because it works as a medicinal and/or palliative (depending on the condition). And that’s a group that tends to show up and vote.

  • fuzzybits

    I haven’t smoked weed for quite awhile but did for decades and believe in legalization. If only there was a big cloud of pot smoke over congress tonight.

  • Jay George
  • Silver Badger

    Sessions is a stone cold liar. But we knew that.

  • bdsmjack

    What crimes? Over-zealous munchie eating?

  • fuzzybits

    Shouldn’t he be on a shelf somewhere?

    • BlueberriesForMe

      Covered in burlap.

  • Biggus Disqus

    This is the same idiot who quit hangin’ with the KKK after he found out that a lot of them smoked cannabis.

    Let that sink in: The triple-K was too liberal for him.

  • DenCo

    It’s me from Colorado – I would say he is wrong but that would mean that I would have to put the Doritos down and get off the couch.

  • Lee Grupsmith-Pedersen

    Beauregard says what about gateway drugs?

  • Robert Conner

    Is there such a thing as a ten gallon marijuana enema? If so, can we please declare an emergency and bump Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III to the head of the line? Something needs to be done about this asshole!

  • Mark Née Fuzz

    Really? I’ve never known anyone to be violent when – what’s the term the bozo on Fox used – all potted up? Just the opposite.

  • StSean

    The Dorito Holocaust #NeverAgain

  • Chrissy

    He needs to create inmates for the private prisons somehow.

  • Mike Knife

    I am a former dope user and dope is for dopes.

  • WretchedMouse
  • Ill-Regard Beauregard Sessions III wouldn’t know the truth if it bit him on the nose. As with nearly all of the Trump cabinet-level appointees, he us wholly unfit for elective or appointed office – this is just one more example of the evil that is currently “running” ( rather, ruining the nation.