Vaping Shows How Quickly They’ll Take Away Rights

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Note this, from Guy Bentley on Reason:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has finally identified a primary suspect in the wave of vaping-related lung illnesses and deaths.

Examining lung tissue samples of patients hospitalized with vaping-related illnesses, 100 percent tested positive for vitamin e acetate, often used to cut marijuana oils. This was not a surprise to those who have been arguing that the cause of these illnesses is not the commercial e-cigarette market, but the illicit market for THC vapes.

Now recall that Democrat Governor Gina Raimondo moved quickly to hurt Rhode Island businesses by unilaterally banning a legal product that even then looked likely not to be the culprit.

Yes, we’re decades into a campaign by government to create a superstitious dread of nicotine products, but still… part of me can’t help but feel like every incident like this is a test to see how willingly Americans will give up their rights and their freedom.  The results of this test were not encouraging, at least in Southern New England.



  • Rhett Hardwick

    This is not a “test”, it is an example of “creep””.

    • Joe Smith

      It’s a ploy – then it will be “we’ll allow it but it has to be taxed like cigarettes” — boom, you have your tax replacement given the younger generations are not smoking “real” cigarettes anywhere at that rate of older generations.

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