Donald Trump’s tenure in the White House is sure to be short-lived.
His press secretary, Sean Spicer, announced today that there will be “greater enforcement” of federal marijuana laws.
So Alicia Wallace of the Denver Post’s Cannabis Desk promptly reported, “Greater enforcement of federal anti-marijuana laws may soon be coming."
Thus, the man who claims to support states’ rights, on such issues as reproductive rights and bathrooms for transgendered folks, will, no doubt, very soon tell Secretary of Defense James Mattis to send soldiers from Fort Carson, Colorado, to Denver, the Mile High City (which has recreational marijuana stores on virtually every corner) to shut down Colorado’s burgeoning marijuana industry.
Sensible people all around the nation (and, no doubt, elsewhere) are calling for the impeachment of the billionaire who lost the popular vote on November 8 to the best qualified presidential candidate since Michael Dukakis.
Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones briefed us moments ago on the key to the successful strategy for removing the mega-billionaire who really cares only about himself, self-aggrandizement, and money (by the way, Jones has walk-in privileges to the Oval Office, along with Steve Bannon, Reince Priebus, Jared Kushner, and Kellyanne Conway.) Jones says that everybody who has ever enjoyed pot will rise up and demand that their Members of Congress impeach Trump for enforcing federal laws against marijuana. “It’s a slam-dunk,” she told us. “The House will impeach and the Senate will convict, and then we get Mike Pence."
In 2012, on the same day the voters wisely gave Barack Obama a second term, Colorado voters foolishly, in Amendment 64, decided to permit the recreational sales of marijuana. But that did not change federal law. And Trump’s Attorney General doesn’t like marijuana, even though he knows full well that one of the few ways to deal with the policies of the current occupant of the White House is to get high on weed.
Jones tells us that the General Services Administration, which manages federal buildings, has already drawn up plans to modify Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Estates private club in Palm Beach for Trump’s exile.