Last Updated on November 24, 2019 by Team Spinfuel
Prohibitionists speak out!
Coming out of the Chicago Tribue today is an article, opinion piece actually, entitled “Trump is right on vapes: U.S. should not ban flavored e-cigarettes”
This would be great news, IF President Trump actually weighed in and SAID he was NOT going to ban any sort of vaping with flavored e-liquids. He came close, but it’s still possible.
Plainly speaking; Prohibition of flavors will only create a black market and make matters worse
In the Chicago Tribune:
The prohibitionist impulse can be overcome, with great difficulty and over a long period, but it can never be quite defused. Right now, America is moving toward legalizing recreational cannabis, after a decadeslong law enforcement campaign against it. But we also are hearing demands for a ban on flavored e-cigarettes — which President Donald Trump reportedly has decided to oppose.
See what I mean; “supposedly declined to impose”
We here at Spinfuel VAPE can’t wait till all this nonsense is settled. Now, we understand that President Trump isn’t going to be banning flavored e-liquid anytime soon. That’s fine and all, but states are still doing it, and getting more and more arrogant about it as well.
Prohibitionists of Massachusetts
Look at the #policestate of Massachusetts for God’d sake. The Nazi Governor, Charlie Baker, put a 4-month ban on ALL vape products, putting dozens of Vape Shops out of business and putting hundreds of our work. And despite the fact that the CDC now says that the culprit in all this crap is Bootleg THC Cartridges made with Vitamin E Acetate, with PROOF.
Do you think that Gov Baker lifted the Ban? No, he has not. That’s a man filled with hate.
Allowing such products means some juveniles will get unauthorized access to something that isn’t good for them. But the same is true of marijuana. We learned that the chief result of forbidding it was to create a black market that caters to kids as well as adults
On Nov. 4, the night before a planned morning news conference, the president balked at the thought of banning flavored e-liquid.
Briefed on a flight to a Lexington, Ky., campaign rally, Trump refused to sign the one-page “decision memo,” saying he didn’t want to move forward with a ban he had once backed, primarily at his wife’s and daughter’s urging, because he knew it would lead to job losses. A Trump adviser who spoke on the condition of anonymity, revealed these internal deliberations.