Rick Steves Pied Piper for the ACLU: Legalizing Marijuana

Hello Rick Steves! I know you sit at your laptop searching your name. We hate marijuana. We are offering cash for a photograph of you toking a joint.

Not many know that Rick Steves, the long-time host for a popular Public Television travel show, now in reruns, campaigned against family values for the ACLU. The ACLU is a well-known communist / Marxist activist organization that is against the traditional family and Judeo-Christian morals.

Your editor posted a comment at one of Steves’ recent videos and my comment was quickly removed. Why? Because I requested a photograph of Steves smoking a joint. You can’t find one on the internet.

Instead, I am posting this video:

Rick Steves Buys Marijuana – and behaves childishly

Rick Steves Buy Pot and Acts Crazy Stoned

Rick Steves Wants Black and Latinos To Have Equal Access To Marijuana, Donates $50,000 to the ACLU to Legalize Marijuana:

Rick Steves donated $50,000 to the ACLU. He really cares about the disadvantaged communities and wants Black and Latinos to ruin their lives by legalizing pot.

But wait, there’s more. Rick Steves think Joe Biden will uplift People of Color:

Rick Steves Campaigns for Joe Biden

Medical Marijuana A Hoax! Scammers Admit It in Video

These drug pushers lied about marijuana in order to redefine it as “medicine,” legalize it as “medical,” and finally, to legalize all marijuana, medical or not.  It worked.

NORML and The Scam Of Medical Marijuana

“Once we get medical marijuana . . . then we’ll get full legalization.”  Richard Cowan, NORML.

“I use medical marijuana for glaucoma [sarcastic] . . . and there is one reason why I’m using it.  I use it TO GET HIGH!  Marijuana is fun!” 

Terminology:

  • “medical marijuana” refers to smoking weed or ingesting weed-infused food and candy known as edibles.
  • CBD Oil is also used as “medicine.”

Drug Facts:  Marijuana As Medicine

Are People with Health and Age-Related Problems More Vulnerable to Marijuana’s Risks?

State-approved medicinal use of marijuana is a fairly new practice. For that reason, marijuana’s effects on people who are weakened because of age or illness are still relatively unknown. Older people and those suffering from diseases such as cancer or AIDS could be more vulnerable to the drug’s harmful effects, but more research is needed.