Biden has also instructed Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Attorney General Merrick Garland to quickly review how marijuana's scheduling under federal law. Currently it is listed as a Schedule I drug the same as herion and ecstacy, which Biden says "makes no sense," though it did to him the 45-odd years he was a U.S. senator. "Too many lives have been upended because of our failed approach to marijuana. It's time that we right these wrongs," Biden added. ABC News opined that Biden's actions 'could be' construed as entirely political in nature -- a way to energize younger voters to show up to the polls and vote for his destructive party. And of course, that's what this is all about.
Too many lives have been upended because of our failed approach to marijuana. Hear from @POTUS on the three steps he is taking to right these wrongs. pic.twitter.com/IqOxHxjgue— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 6, 2022
"I think this is part of the electric car, student loan, marijuana strategy all timed for the election. Don’t think it overcomes particularly the growing issue of crime and drug related crime in the country," said Fox News contributor Mark Penn, a former advisor to President Clinton and Hillary Clinton. Kellyanne Conway, President Trump's 2016 campaign manager and top political strategist, agreed that the pot pardon is a diversion from the regime's many failures and problems, including massive inflation, an out-of-control southwestern border, and a major recession. "Whether it is student loan forgiveness or pardoning marijuana possession convictions, a bereft Biden tries hard to change the subject and get people who dislike him to dislike him a little bit less," Conway, also a Fox News contributor, told the network. "This is less likely to motivate voters than it is to embarrass Vice President Kamala Harris. As San Francisco’s top prosecutor between 2004 and 2010, her office handled more than 1,900 marijuana convictions. Even if this makes sense legally or practically to Biden, he runs the risk as being seen again as ignoring the broader and deeper concerns surrounding violent crime surges and an inescapably devastating economic picture," she added. Sources include: ABCNews.com FoxNews.com
It may be 'legal' in states but it's still against federal statutes. But thanks for adding to the perception among more Americans that Democrats don't give a shit about the rule of law.— Dr. Jonny Republic If You Can Keep It ?? (@JonDougherty10) October 7, 2022
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