Back in 2018 President Donald Trump held an event to promote something called the Global Call to Action on the World Drug Problem. Trump asked countries to sign on and develop national action plans to reduce the demand for illicit drugs, cut off supply at their borders and strengthen international cooperation.
At the time over 120 countries – including Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada all signaled their intention to take part.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand refused, saying her country preferred to take “a health approach,” whatever that means.
However, after a video surfaced this week on Twitter, perhaps we know the real reason:
Let’s face it; she never seems “normal”, ever, always twitchy and nervous, teeth grinding, eyes shifting around the room, and as someone with experience in the activity, I can tell you that in this video, she’s clearly exhibiting of all the telltale signs of someone who has just done a “bump.”
This isn’t the first time a video has come out of Ms. Ardern involving drugs, in 2021 a video circulated appearing to show her smoking a big fat doobie. Not long after that, the same video was altered to make it appear as if she were smoking a crack pipe.
Smoking a Crack Pipe:
Smoking a Doobie:
Original Video: (It’s age restricted on YouTube because it shows actual drug use)
Okay, so these indeed have been altered, (a simple Google search revealed that) however the questions about possible drug use by the Prime Minister have been circulating for years. She’s openly admitted to smoking marijuana in the past but that hardly seems to be what’s going on now.
The video is a 100% accurate depiction of the way you would react after snorting a big fat rail of blow; either that or she’s a 3rd base coach calling for a steal to second.