AG Sessions Announces New Drug Crime Crackdown

This is called winning.  get those vermin out of our country.  Not a dime has been spent building the wall yet and the illegal invasion is down to a 17 year low.

What part of “ILLEGAL” doesn’t the Left understand?  Many illegals are murderers, drug dealers, rapists, and criminals… but some no doubt are good people…. bwhahahhahahahahahahahaha.

~ Hardnox

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4 Responses to AG Sessions Announces New Drug Crime Crackdown

  1. Auntie BS says:

    I totally agree that the War on Drugs is a miserable failure, costing us well over a $TRILLION dollars and ruining lives with Draconian sentencing for possession. But this should not be resolved by ignoring laws; the laws should be changed! Complain to Congress. Write letters to editors. Pressure government to change its laws. Seriously– there is no reason to demonize hemp, and the medical benefits of marijuana should be considered, while focusing on people’s behavior. If someone smokes a joint and drives a car DUI, bust them. But, if they’re quietly smoking it at home, away from kids, etc, why the hell not let them?

    Portugal decriminalized ALL drugs in 2001, treating it as a medical issue. After a slight rise in drug use, drug use went down, and crime plummeted. Shouldn’t we have that here? That is a much more rational way of dealing with our drug epidemic than incarcerating everyone with a non-alcoholic buzz.

  2. To them the word “illegal” only applies to words that they see as politically incorrect. Everything else is “legal” to them. Even murder and mayhem.
    “Whoa be onto them that call right wrong and evil good”…

  3. SafeSpace says:

    After heroin, I’d argue that the most dangerous drugs on our streets are the synthetic opioids such as oxycontin and tramadol. Prescription abuse is a yuuge issue.

    The director of Union County (GA) General Hospital (a well-respected medical doctor, businessman, and son of the hospital’s founder) was just indicted on 70 counts of illegal prescription writing for oxycontin. He himself was addicted, as was his wife and two associates. All four are likely headed down river to do some serious time. It’s also stated that he sold the shit on the side. Now if a man with his education, money, prestige, and position in the community can get hooked on this stuff, what’s to stop the local teenager?

    I do not for a minute advocate de-criminalizing prescription meds. But I would second Auntie BS in believing that the penalties for cannabis possession and use (provided driving is not involved) should be reduced to the level of the smallest misdemeanor, and eliminated altogether under certain circumstances.

  4. SafeSpace says:

    Gotta admit I love listening to Jeff Sessions’ good ole boy accent. Every time he opens his mouth, libtard heads explode, bigly!