Prohibition…

During the era of Alcohol Prohibition, in order for the federal government to make alcohol illegal for all 50 states they had to make an amendment (18th Amendment) to the Constitution because they knew they had to go through due process to make alcohol federally illegal. And then another Constitutional Amendment (21st Amendment) to legalize alcohol for all 50 states. Back then they respected the Constitution and due process. So, all these laws about drugs being illegal on the federal level is unconstitutional in my view because there were never any amendments made to the Constitution to outlaw any of these drugs. So, the states have a constitutional right to legalize marijuana or any drug they want without the federal government’s approval. In fact, it is one’s Liberty to do but they choose with their own body free from any government.

– Michael Vincent –

Alcohol Prohibition 1920 – 1933: The Truth Behind It…

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