There are two things all Americans can do between now and November 2020 to make not only the country but the entire world a better place to be. Every American should invest as much as they can in the marijuana industry and every decent American should vote for Kamala Harris in the 2020 presidential election.
Bob Marley said that “Herb (marijuana) is the healing of the nation,” and he was correct. Marijuana has been keeping people healthy for years and now it is making people very wealthy, legally.
Since Canada legalized marijuana, the industry has made numerous millionaires and even a few billionaires. While this is good, there is a sad side to the whole situation. The poor people who suffered incarcerations, police brutality, harassment and other wicked deeds because of marijuana, they are not the ones now profiting from marijuana.
Whether it is a lack of capital, ignorance of the stock market or a combination of both; Blacks are not enjoying the financial gains that whites have experienced by investing in marijuana companies like Cronos, Altria, Canopy and Tilray.
All is not lost however. Whatever wealth has been built by Canada legalizing pot, you can multiply that by a thousand when the United States follows in Canada’s footstep.
So how will the United States get to where Canada is on the marijuana front? The answer is simple; four words: “KAMALA HARRIS FOR PRESIDENT”.
Not only is Kamala Harris for the legalization of marijuana but as a Black woman and a former prosecutor in California, no one understand better than her the carnage that the fight against marijuana has caused in many communities.
“Something else it’s past time we get done is dismantling the failed war on drugs… starting with legalizing marijuana,” Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), wrote in her recently released book.
While a ton load of white males are currently making millions off marijuana, a ton load of Black and Brown males can’t get a job because they have a marijuana conviction on their record.
“We need to legalize marijuana and regulate it,” Harris writes, pointing to racial disparities in cannabis enforcement. “And we need to expunge nonviolent marijuana-related offenses from the records of millions of people who have been arrested and incarcerated so they can get on with their lives.”
So every single American who is for the betterment of humanity should be planning to vote for Kamala Harris in the 2010 presidential race. Also, every single person who in interested in health and wealth should start paying close attention to what is happening in the marijuana space.