According to Fox News:
Vice President Kamala Harris said on Saturday that “nobody should have to go to jail for smoking weed,” despite the fact that she oversaw nearly 2,000 convictions for pot-related offenses.
While speaking in Austin, Texas, over the weekend, Harris touched on President Biden’s pardon of individuals with federal charges of simple possession of marijuana.
“We are also changing, y’all might have heard that this week, the federal government’s approach to marijuana,” Harris said on Saturday.
“Because the bottom line there is: Nobody should have to go to jail for smoking weed,” the vice president continued . . .
While running for state attorney general in 2010, Harris opposed a state-wide ballot measure to green light marijuana use, calling the initiative “flawed public policy.”
2 thoughts on “Kamala Harris says no one should go to jail for pot despite putting people there”
The VP lacks integrity, memory, intelligence and honesty.
She either giggles through serious topics or tries to put on that false stern look.
She fools us with neither.
How many Dems up for election ask her to stump for them?
How many of those “federal charges of simple possession of marijuana” were actually plea deals for someone who was busted with a substantial amount of marijuana such as a small time dealer?
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