Cops Brag on Facebook About Tiny Pot Bust, Then The Internet Destroyed Them

 

Cops Brag on Facebook About Tiny Pot Bust, Then The Internet Destroyed Them – Free Thought Project

 

Madison County, GA — In spite of their best and most tyrannical intentions, the police state is losing the information war in regards to the war on drugs. No longer do the majority of Americans buy into the reefer madness that was used for decades to wage a racist and vile campaign that destroyed everything it touched. However, in spite of the fact that they are losing the information war, the dinosaur drug warriors continue to charge on — after all, their paychecks and pensions depend on it.

A recent Facebook post this week, by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, highlights the utter failure that is the war on drugs. On Sunday morning, the department took to social media to brag about a pot bust that took place overnight. The poorly written post read as follows:

Sheriff Moore and his Deputies working hard to keep Madison County safe. 1 am on a late Saturday night, early Sunday Morning, and they are getting it done. More dopers in the Madison County Detention Center. And btw, looks like it’s packaged to sell so that’s one of the dealers!!!! Keep it up guys! Be safe, Be Diligent!!!

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The mindset that this department has to have to brag, publicly, about kidnapping and caging otherwise entirely innocent people for possessing a plant is telling, to say the least. However, as the comments below the Facebook post illustrate, this mindset is changing.

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