Legal Marijuana: The Millennial Drug Trade
The prohibition of marijuana in the United States has been a hot topic for decades. The federal government stands in clear opposition of the drug, a stance reflected in federal law. However, individual states are experimenting with the mad tax grab of allowing their citizens to consume the drug, so long as they get their cut.
The process started with the farce argument of medicinal benefit, and implementation of the term “medical marijuana”. Millennials would have you believe that the entire medical field could be reduced to smoking a little reefer. They love to point out flawed studies done at liberal colleges in California, while neglecting any point of view that conflicts their angelic marijuana narrative.
The voters behind this sort of legislation were largely Millennial, and had darker intentions that would soon be revealed. Once they got the ball rolling on their medical marijuana scheme, they adopted another public relations term in “recreational marijuana”. The easily duped state legislatures have taken the bait, lured again by the mighty dollar.
Using the title “budtender”, Millennials have taken marijuana drug dealing off of the black market. The logic is simple, they were tired of being jailed en masse. Marijuana drug dealing is the go to profession for Millennial drifters, so they migrated to cities like Seattle, Denver, and Portland to take up shop.
While Cheech and Chongers across the nation rejoice, it should not be overlooked that these rogue states are still in violation of federal law. This is what happens when Millennials get a little power, and it is nothing more than paying state government a vig so they can operate their drug trade with impunity.