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JESSE VENTURA WITHDRAWS TRUMP SUPPORT WITH EPIC POST: ‘HE’S GOING AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S WILL’

by Melissa Dykes, The Daily Sheeple:

Former Governor Jesse Ventura, of Conspiracy Theory fame, has officially withdrawn his support of President Donald Trump.

The last straw for Ventura was the Trump administration’s recently announced war on legalized marijuana.

Ventura wrote,

I thought Donald Trump ran his campaign as “a man of the people.” Someone who vowed to end the corporate takeover of our government, someone who vowed to bring jobs back. Even thinking about reversing state law and making legalized recreational marijuana illegal is going against the people’s will. This is going against job creation and a reliable part of a state’s economy. The citizens of these states VOTED to make recreational marijuana legal. It wasn’t the politicians, it was WE THE PEOPLE. Obviously President Trump is following in the footsteps of every president that came before him: he thinks the Government knows what is best for us. He’s been president for a little over a month, and he’s already forgotten that “We the People” are the Government! AND he’s planning on reinstating private prisons? Let’s connect the dots: Private prisons need to be 80 – 90% full to be profitable. If they aren’t, then states pay a fine. Non-violent drug offenders make it possible for private prisons to be full. Reverse legalized recreational marijuana, and private prisons will remain full. That’s his plan, people.

Eight states have fully legalized marijuana at this point, and another 17 are in the process. Not only do 59% of Americans feel that marijuana should be fully legalized, but a whopping 71% also believe the federal government should respect the rights of the states where voters do choose to legalize it.

The thousands of angry responses to Ventura’s post prove that.

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6 comments to JESSE VENTURA WITHDRAWS TRUMP SUPPORT WITH EPIC POST: ‘HE’S GOING AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S WILL’

  • Theravaida

    Unfortunately, I agree with Ventura as of this moment.

    This entire marijuana debacle is a lose-lose proposition initiated by the stupidity of Jeff Sessions. Either that, or he’s on the payroll of Deep State portion within CIA that controls marijuana “trafficking” from across the border in Mexico, as well has lobbying interests with private prisons, as well as has some other lobbying interests related to police militarization for the EVIL “drug war”.

    What’s the status about those big pedophile arrests, starting from Anthony Weiner? Don’t tell me about Sandusky son or other smaller players arrested in California. All of them are important no doubt. But from a priority perspective, putting this dumb losing marijuana fight ahead of high level pedophilia issue tells you that the Deep State continues to be in control.

  • Millicent

    It appears that DT has been co-opted by the shadow government or worse, he was always a part of it and played everyone during the campaign. see: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/02/27/resurrection-armageddon-paul-craig-roberts/

    Solomon nailed it: “Nothing New Under the Sun”.

  • Rdawg

    Used to be incoming Presidents got a 100-day grace period.

    The Donald didn’t get so much as 100 seconds. In fact, everybody was crawling up his ass since the day he won the election.

    It’s as if he’s supposed to turn around decades of shitty policy by lunchtime tomorrow, or he’s declared “in on it/Zionist puppet/NWO shill”.

  • MarcS

    I really don’t give a shit about legalized marijuana…..

    But if ventura changes his mind about this one issue, where we have potential nuclear war back on the table with both China and Russia, ventura has a very simple mind, probably from too much marijuana.

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