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California Gov Uses “Manufactured Emergency” of Cartel Pot Farms to Stop Border Security

Few politicians can manage “completely incoherent”, “hypocritical”, “downright backward” and “utterly pointless” at the same time. But in the California’s People Republic, the one-party state run by the Democrats, where democracy goes to die, that’s almost routine.

Governor Newsom claimed that he had to pull National Guard troops from securing the border to deal with a bigger emergency. Cartel pot farms.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom vowed Tuesday to crack down on cartel-grown black market marijuana despite questions about the scope of influence Mexican drug rings are having on the nation’s top cannabis producing state.

Nobody has to import pot into California. There are giant billboards on every block offering drug delivery apps. And there are more marijuana dispensaries than churches. Black market pot in California is like bringing coals to Newcastle.

Newsom said during his State of the State address that he’s pulling 360 of the state’s National Guard troops from President Donald Trump’s border security deployment, which the governor described as part of a “manufactured crisis.”

Border security isn’t a “manufactured crisis”. Newsom’s cartel pot farms are.

He is directing more than a third of these troops to help target illicit pot cultivators in Northern California.

The troops will be “redeploying up north to go after all these illegal cannabis farms, many of which are run by the cartels that are devastating our pristine forests and increasingly themselves becoming fire hazards,” Newsom said.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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