Americans are suffering. The coronavirus has ripped through the United States and doesn’t appear to be slowing up anytime soon. But don’t worry, the government will help you out. That is what they said when the first COVID-19 relief package was approved. But sadly, only a select amount of people received them and others were left out to dry. But again, what about the government? What are they doing while the rest of America is suffering? Well, they are too busy getting haircuts, vacationing in Mexico, and debating the future of POT.
That’s right, while the rest of America is trying to figure out where their next meal is going to come from – the Democrats are busy discussing marijuana and if it should be legal on a federal level. Exhilarating news given the fact that nobody cares because we are in the middle of a pandemic.
Here’s an idea, instead of throwing kids in jail for possessing a dime bag, why not go after the true criminals – the Democrats that reject another round of stimulus checks 40 times. Again, they not only told America “No”, but the repeated that word 40 times while collecting paychecks from the American people.
Right now, the Republicans are busy trying to push forward the pandemic relief bill that would include $908 billion in relief, that includes $288 billion for the Paycheck Protection Act. That would go towards helping small businesses stay afloat during times of a pandemic. But the Democrats seem to be more worried about toking it up and decriminalizing weed to give the slightest care about saving millions of jobs.
And of course, the media latched on to the story and called the marijuana debate a historic vote for America. What America are they talking about? The America where people are starving, landlords are evicting people, and Big Tech controls everything you see because that is what it is like for the people living paycheck to paycheck, asking for nothing more than a little help in these stressful times.
But thanks to the Democrats, you might now be able to smoke some pot and forget all about those worries as you live in a government housing facility.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on December 5, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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