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U.S. Military Declares War on D.C.

Written By Jason Williams

Posted July 9, 2018

The Republican Party has long supported the war on drugs. And it’s had some of the strongest opponents to the legalization of cannabis in the U.S.

But that is all changing. And it’s going to lead to full-scale legalization here in America.

President Trump has already voiced his support for bills that would effectively end federal prohibition of the substance… bills being promoted by Republican politicians.

Republican senators are pushing legislation to get marijuana removed from the drug classification that puts it with heroin and methamphetamine.

Oklahoma, a notoriously conservative and Republican-dominated state, just voted to legalize medical use of cannabis.

And now, the U.S. military is getting involved.

The Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy are all behind legal cannabis. And they’ve got some powerful pull in Washington, in case you didn’t know.

You see, many of our veterans come back from combat tours with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). It makes it nearly impossible for them to function as what we’d call “normal” members of society.

But instead of sympathizing with and helping them, most people call them crazy or just look away.

Not the medical cannabis market, however. Researchers there have been coming up with new ways for the vets to treat their debilitating PTSD with the chemicals in marijuana.

And it works!! Many veterans already commit federal crimes daily as they toke up or munch on a cannabis cookie to ease their mental trauma.

But they don’t mind committing the crime. Because, as Vietnam War vet (and non-smoking teetotaler) Terry Chambers says, cannabis allowed him to break a 21-year opioid addiction that “took [his] manhood.”

In fact, a 2017 study performed by the American Legion found that 83%, an overwhelming majority, of veterans support federal cannabis legalization.

Right now, their only option is to deal with the pain through other drugs. And many of them have developed alcoholism, opioid addictions like Terry, and addictions to other drugs.

“There’s something seriously wrong going on. It’s disgusting,” said 27-year-old veteran Jose Martinez. Jose is a triple amputee who stepped on a bomb while serving in Afghanistan in 2012.

He lives in California and works with the Weed for Warriors Project. But he says he was prescribed a cocktail of pills when he returned to treat both his physical and severe mental injuries. And thanks to them, he developed a debilitating pain pill addiction.

Martinez, like Chambers, credits cannabis with ending his addiction to painkillers.

Cannabis helps them — the people who laid everything on the line for us and our country, the men and women who were willing to die for what they (and the rest of us) hold so dearly. Cannabis keeps them from spiraling into heroin or painkiller addiction. It keeps them from falling into deep and endless depression. It keeps them alive.

And when a vet, someone who went to war so you didn’t have to, tells you how well a medicine works, you should listen. He or she has seen things no human should ever have to see.

And Republicans are listening. Oklahoma isn’t the only red state putting forth medical marijuana bills. Veteran-heavy Republican states are all responding by legalizing medical use or introducing the legislation that would do so.

We’re nearing the point where a full-fledged cannabis industry is going to spring up across the country.

Federal legalization is right around the corner. It’s practically the only thing Democrats and Republicans can agree on.

And when it happens, investors who saw the writing on the wall will benefit just as much as the patients.

“Middle class” will turn into “millionaire.” “Big bucks” will become “billions.”

And if you don’t move quickly, you will turn into someone watching all the profits come rolling in… to other people’s accounts.

Don’t stay on the sidelines anymore.

And don’t think you’ve got to make a gamble with your money to get invested, either.

I’ve found a stock that’s connected to the cannabis industry but that doesn’t grow, process, or sell a single gram of marijuana. And yet, without the precious resource this company provides, the entire industry would collapse.

And what’s best is that this company is guaranteed to pay you nearly all its profits as long as you’re an investor. Actually, it’s not just guaranteed; it’s mandated by the U.S. government.

For every dollar it makes on cannabis, it has to pay you $0.90. That’s a full 90% of the profits. And they’re deposited right into your account.

It’s practically a risk-free investment in the cannabis market. It’s definitely the safest way to play this budding industry. And it’s poised to give you gains of 1,000% or more.

And it’ll be paying you real cold, hard cash the whole time, boosting your profits or just padding your wallet.

I can’t stress enough how urgent it is that you act now. Every second you delay could cost you tens of thousands of dollars in profits.

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To your wealth,

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter; the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service; the editor of Alpha Profit Machine, an algorithmic trading service designed specifically for retail investors; and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He is also the managing editor of Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.