Washington State launches “Joints for Jabs” program to promote covid vaccines by giving away marijuana

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(Natural News) The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) has announced that state residents who agree to get vaccinated for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) are eligible to receive a free joint from a licensed cannabis dispensary.

The temporary allowance provisions for cannabis retailers throughout the state to provide one pre-rolled joint to eligible customers of age who opt to get an injection in-store.

Like Krispy Kreme with its free donut promotion and the state of Ohio with its vaccine “lottery,” LCB came up with the promotion as a way to try to entice more cannabis users to get jabbed for the Wuhan Flu.

Seeing as how cannabis by itself has already been shown to be an effective remedy against the Chinese Virus without the need for an injection, this could be a tall order. Even so, LCB is going to try it anyway to convince more people who use natural herbs to get vaccinated.

Between June 7 and July 12, all eligible Washington residents who roll up their sleeves at the local dispensary and take an injection will receive a free pre-roll. Receipt of the complimentary joint must occur during the same day the vaccination is given and cannot be delayed.

“The cannabis joint must be provided by a retailer, and not a producer or processor and licensees are required to maintain records of all product provided as part of this allowance,” The Post Millennial reported.

Uncle Ike’s dispensary chain says it is “ready, willing and able” to mass vaccinate customers

Ian Eisenberg, owner of the Uncle Ike’s chain of dispensaries throughout Seattle, told the Millennial that he and his team are “ready, willing and able to step up and do our part to help get people vaccinated.”


Eisenberg added that he is thrilled to offer Chinese Virus injections on-site at some of his locations, which have yet to be determined.

Another promotion being launched in Washington is “Shot of a Lifetime,” which dangles $250,000 cash prizes and a one-time $1 million grand prize to a few eligible residents who agree to get injected for Chinese Germs. That promotional drawing will occur towards the end of June.

Washington teenagers aged 12 to 17 are also being offered full tuition to state universities and community colleges for agreeing to get injected, while adults of all ages are offered tickets to Seattle Seahawks and Mariners games, as well as free travel on Alaska Airlines.

“Microsoft and Nintendo will be giving away free video game consoles,” the Millennial further revealed. “Breweries, wineries and restaurants are also offering free drinks and more with proof of vaccination.”

Americans can expect to see a whole lot more of this type of thing as the Biden regime approaches its early July target deadline of injecting at least 70 percent of the U.S. with Wuhan Flu shots.

State and local governments, fast food chains and multinational corporations seem to be in a race to see who can offer the most money, junk food, alcohol or other enticement to get people to roll up their sleeves at “warp speed” in order to implement the “new normal.”

“What does it profit a man if he should gain the world, yet lose his own soul?” wrote one Natural News commenter, quoting the Luke 9:25 passage from the Holy Bible. “And at what price will a man sell his soul?”

“This ‘lottery’ idea has to be an issue of misappropriation of funds,” wrote another about states like Washington, California and Ohio that are giving away cash to people who get vaccinated.

More news about the latest Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine gimmicks can be found at Twisted.news.

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