Trump Surgeon General Warns of Health Risks of Marijuana: Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Surgeon General Jerome Adams have issued a warning, calling marijuana "a dangerous drug,” adding that President Trump will donate one-quarter of his annual government salary toward a digital campaign to raise awareness of marijuana risks.
Now isn’t that interesting? We have a guy who lives off of fast food and diet Cokes, concerned about people's health? All I can say is, that so-called "digital awareness campaign” Trump is supposedly donating to had better hope he’s not writing them a check.
Of course, I know some of you skeptics are gonna say that if banning drugs was really about a concern for public safety, wouldn’t alcohol, tobacco and opioids be illegal? Well, I think it’s safe to assume Surgeon General Adams would respond to that by saying “it’s none of your business.”
That said, the Trump people do have a point when they talk about the dangers of marijuana. Why, a friend of mine told me he tried to OD on the stuff just last night, but it didn’t work. He says he’ll likely try again later tonight after work.
And just look how pot has destroyed Willie Nelson’s life. Why the poor guy’s 86 and can only work about 350 gigs a year. I tell ya, that stuff is downright dangerous. Thank goodness for the Trump Administration and their new "Reefer Madness light” campaign.