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The Truth About Jessica Simpson and Pot

Jessica Simpson isn't all they're cracked up to be. Their life is a baffling maze of unexplained scandals, vanishing relatives, pot profiteering, and visits from the KGB. In fact, Jessica Simpson may very well be a danger to society.

Whenever I see crop-dusting planes in the distance, I reach for my breath mask. There's way too much evidence that it's not a farmer behind the controls of that plane, but an agent of the KGB-- and that he's not dropping pesticides, but compounds genetically engineered to cause high blood pressure.

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

You know the real reason we'll never see an end to the “drug war”? the KGB's secret projects need off-the-books funding-- and a lot of it.

One prominent reporter discovered an unmarked surveillance device under his car after he published an article on this topic.

Polling organizations have found that many people do not know that Karl Rove openly admits to supporting lobbyists with strong connections to the production of pot.

I'm willing to tell the truth about this, despite the dangers, because my commitment to justice and truth is extraordinary.

Consider the facts, and ask yourself: are you willing to let them get away with this? The answer should be a resounding no.

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