BY: Charles Fain Lehman and David Rutz
Presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has been a prominent supporter of marijuana legalization despite warning in 2003 that nationwide legalization could lead to "drug addiction, health problems, [and] traffic accidents."
In the Senate, Warren has authored one bill and backed another that would partially or fully decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. She claimed in 2018 that "federal marijuana laws have perpetuated our broken criminal justice system, created barriers to research, and hindered economic development."
By: Internet Deputy Writer
According to Project Veritas, a former Facebook insider exposed more evidence that the platform is intentionally targeting right-leaning accounts for content throttling.
The insider is a former content review analyst for Facebook’s intellectual property department who, during the course of her duties, noticed “things going on that I personally found to be troubling.”
The weeks preceding the Mid-Term elections were wrought with political stunt, one after the other, by the Democrat party. From the attempt to destroy Supreme Court nominee Bret Kavanaugh to staging a Central America caravan of illegal aliens to, suspicious mail-bombs that never exploded but that were sent by a registered Democrat who happens to be an avid Trump Supporter.
The mainstream media was cluttered with suspect reports almost on a daily basis. But, the headlines barely mentioned the actual evidence of deceit by Democrats vying for office, that was exposed by James O’Keefe at Project Veritas.
O’Keefe and his team, through undercover reporting, were able to catch several candidates in this year’s election showing other-than-stated intentions. In one case, he even caught one campaign clearly violating campaign finance laws.
To this point, all the candidates that the Project Veritas team investigated, have been confirmed losses. The only exception is AZ Senate Candidate Kyrsten Sinema, who is likely to lose, but has not yet been officially confirmed. She current polls show approximately 16,000 less voters than her opponent, Republican, Martha McSally.