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It sure is funny watching bureaucrats lie. In the clips below, Michele Leonhart, the current head of the DEA, is asked repeatedly whether heroin and other hard drugs are worse than marijuana, to which she repeatedly dodges the question and/or bloviates about nonsense.
Next up: "Does meth, crack & heroin cause more deaths than marijuana?"
Bonus (at 4:10): "Have you ever seen a person with terminal cancer who used marijuana for relief to help them with their appetite?"
Note, the DEA is actively against medical marijuana, despite her responding to that question that the choice to use marijuana for a terminally ill cancer patient is "between them and their doctor."
If such a doctor was to do such a thing, she might send a goon-squad to arrest him and potentially murder him if he dared to resist.
I haven't watched the full hearing, but I wonder if they brought up the recent DEA run massacre of two pregnant women & two 14-year-old boys who were out fishing in Honduras when a U.S. taxpayer funded DEA helicopter gunned them down. (New details have since come out.)
For some reason, I doubt it.