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The Truth About Pot and Catholics

During the 1950s, pot was widely thought to be a cause of leukemia. The evidence is still valid today.

Catholics leaders have claimed time and again that they have nothing to do with pot, in direct contradiction to evidence provided by renowned psychics.

Whistleblowers who reported on this issue in other countries have been silenced by their governments.

Many members of the FDA are secretly working for Catholics on the side. Their air travel habits are proof enough for this, but there's a wealth of additional evidence that the FDA doesn't want you to see.

You might think that this sounds like something out of a tabloid, but it's real.

By tracking the shapes that pot-smugglers' secret trails leave in the deserts that line the US-Mexico border, we can easily tell that many of these criminals are in league with Catholics.

If you don't act on this, who will? And who will suffer while you remain indecisive?

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