Congressman Says ‘OK, Boomer’ After Kellyanne Conway Voices Concerns About Weed

Congressman Says ‘OK, Boomer’ After Kellyanne Conway Voices Concerns About Weed

Republican Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida has a message for Kellyanne Conway and her stance on the reform of marijuana laws: “OK, boomer.” Gaetz, 37, used the disparaging comment popularized by fellow millenials and members of Generation Z to reply to Baby Boomers and other older people they feel are out of touch with current norms on an appearance on CNN. Gaetz, a staunch supporter of President Trump, said in an interview that he has tried to encourage him to support reforming the nation’s cannabis laws. “I have worked to be a positive influence with the president on marijuana reform. To my friend, Kellyanne Conway, I would say, ‘OK, boomer,’” said Gaetz. The congressman added that Conway, who serves as counselor to the president, has a “very boomer approach to marijuana.” At 52, Conway is technically a member of Generation X. Cannabis Reform Not a Priority for Trump Administration Although Trump has expressed support for the STATES Act, a bill that would protect cannabis operations legal under state law from federal prosecution and make essential services like banking and insurance available to the industry, his administration has done little to advance the cause. Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions reversed progress,…

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