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Laura Ingraham blames weed for gun violence

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The fear of cannabis has reached new levels cable news last week.

Last Tuesday, in a segment titled “The Ingraham’s Corner” on Fox News, political commentator Laura Ingraham blamed “psychosis of fate” for the widespread legalization of the rise in mass shootings. Fox News Analyst double In her theory of vessel psychosis the next evening.

While Most people disagree Whether gun violence is a gun control issue or a mental health issue – Ingraham blames Bout instead.

Ingraham welcomed Russell Kamer, MD, Medical Director of Partners in Safety, drug testing organization, to ask why not “talking more about the association of violent behavior and psychosis.” You can watch the full clip over here.

What we find in studies [is that] “It is very clear that high potency marijuana use is closely associated with the development of psychosis,” Dr. Kamer said.

“My colleagues in Colorado are sounding the alarm because that was one of the first states to legalize. Practically speaking, kids come into emergency rooms with a flowering psychosis caused by cannabis,” Kamer said.

Ingraham delved into her theory.

This is something the medical community is well aware of. However, you feel that the billions of dollars on the line are more important than our children,” Ingraham said. “And what happens especially to young people in the United States, who are frequent users of this highly potent compound now found in marijuana products legally sold in dispensaries across the states. United. I mean, that at least needs a serious patriotic conversation.”

The Daily Beast Reports That Ingraham claimed it was initially reported that the 18-year-old shooter who killed 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Texas was “used” but that New York times Mysteriously, he removed that news from their reporting.

“Reefer Madness” began appearing on Twitter the same night after the episode. “The 1930s are called; they want the back of cool-headed madness propaganda.” “I didn’t think anyone would honestly go around this bull**** ever again…” someone else tweeted. “But it’s funny watching someone try.”

The Ingraham angle is based on the idea that cannabis increases violent behaviour.

But New York times Reports that have proven cannabis use Making people less, not more, violent. Some of these ideas can be traced back to a single source. Fellow Fox News host Tucker Carlson moderated a segment inspired by a New York Post editorial which reported on the anti-pot pressure group’s list of mass shooters and claimed that they are avid consumers of cannabis. But Politifact rejected the allegation of a link to violence. Carlson frequently hosts well-known pot control author Alex Berenson to demystify the “dangers” of weeds, as well as vaccines and other topics.

Weed “connection” has been made before. Sue Klebold, mother of Dylan Klebold, one of two Columbine bowlers, He mentioned how when policemen found a small piece of hashish in the shooter’s brother’s roombecame a scene. Byron Klebold, who was not involved in any of the shootings, just the shooter’s brother, was forced to undergo counseling about his “addiction” to weed. Marilyn Manson and others were often blamed on Columbine.

The next night, Ingraham returned to question whether cannabis was responsible for the “horrific massacre” that had taken place in schools and public spaces across America.

“Given the horrific carnage here from other tragedies we already know about where highly potent cannabis played a role, it’s important that Americans have more answers. We deserve to know the truth about this growing multibillion dollar industry, and how it’s affecting our youth, populations our working age, and even our military readiness.”

Instead of watching highly biased shows on the news on cable channels, try reading peer-reviewed studies on the actual danger and lack of risk of cannabis.


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