Thursday, May 10, 2018

Actress Cynthia Nixon Calls for Marijuana Reparations for Blacks

By Melanie Arter | May 8, 2018 Actress Cynthia Nixon, best known for her role on “Sex and the City,” angered black leaders Monday by suggesting that legalizing marijuana in New York can be a form of reparations for slavery for the black community.  The actress turned New York gubernatorial candidate is running on a platform of legalizing marijuana.

“Now that cannabis is exploding as an industry, we have to make sure that those communities that have been harmed and devastated by marijuana arrests get the first shot at this industry,” Nixon told Forbes magazine.  “We [must] prioritize them in terms of licenses. It's a form of reparations,” she said.

Nixon’s comments sparked outrage from black leaders, including Rev. Al Sharpton, who tweeted, “I'm for legalizing marijuana and I like Cynthia Nixon but putting pot shops in our communities is not reparations.”..........To Read More.....

My Take - Have you ever read more obvious cognitive dissonance?  While claiming to support the legalization of marijuana because it's harmless - in the same voice declare they don't want pot shops in their community.  Why?  If marijuana is harmless why not have it in the corner candy store where there's a lot of young children? 

Because marijuana is a disaster!  This effort to legalize it is a huge step in the destruction of the fabric of American society, and soon after harder drugs will be legalized. 

We really need to get this.  The left isn't about freedom - it's about dependence - on them!

Drug addicted societies are incapable of thinking clearly, acting effectively and they're incapable of standing against the tyranny leftists insanely desire to impose on the world.   And the "Reverend" Al Sharpton is a disgrace, and always has been. 

As you read the article you will also find it interesting that no matter what is said these black "leaders" who talk out of both sides of their months still find a way to play the race/slavery card. 

Why do people keep trying to satisfy the unsatisfiable? 

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