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2020 presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., took part on Monday in a jab at his Democratic rivals, including Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., for “bragging” about the previous use of marijuana — while ordinary Americans have seen their lives derailed for the same thing.
“We brag about the presidential candidates, senators, their pot use, while there are children who can not get a job, because you do a non-violent offense, things that have two of the last three U.S. presidents,” Booker said on MSNBC.
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Then he came, made similar comments over the weekend in Iowa, the other candidates to attack, the legalization of the drug without talking about expunging the criminal record of the arrested.
“We have the presidential candidates and Congress people and senators who are now talking about their use of marijuana is almost as if it was funny,” he said, in the comments for the first time the marijuana Moment. “But in the meantime, in the year 2017, we had more arrests for possession of marijuana in this country than all violent crime arrests combined.”
“Don’t talk to me about the legalization of marijuana, unless in the same breath you speak to me about expunging the records of millions of people who suffer with not in a position to find a job,” he said
While Booker has the name of each candidate, his seemed to be comments to “brag”, at least in part, on Harris, said in a radio interview on “The Breakfast Club” last month, you heard Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur when Smoking weed in the school.
“I have. And I inhaled. I inhale,” Harris said, before adding: “I think there are a lot of people joy. And we need more joy in the world.”
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The subject came up in the case of Harris, the daughter of the Indian and Jamaican immigrants, was asked by the hosts about the rumors, she turns against marijuana legalization.
“That’s not true. Look, I’m joking about joking about it. Half of my family comes from Jamaica, are you kidding me?”, she said, laughing.
Harris, the Federal government supported the legalization of marijuana, and even supports Booker marijuana Justice Act in may of last year.
The two former presidents, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama admitted using in the pot, in their younger years-with Clinton is widely ridiculed, he said, “didn’t like it and didn’t inhale.”
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Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who is running for President and back pot legalization, said in an interview with “The Breakfast Club” this month, he tried pot a couple of times, but it “does not do a whole lot for me.”
“My memory is that I said almost, my brain coughed up, so it’s not my Cup of tea”.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.