The State of Colorado is Trying to Find A Strain of Marijuana That Will Kill The Coronavirus

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 23 March 2020

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Colorado's most popular of the state-grown marijuana is Durango Bango.

DENVER – The Colorado State Cannabis Coalition has been asked by President Trump and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to try and come up with a strain of Marijuana that will combat the Coronavirus.

Trump spoke with Virgil Chickarino, director of CSCC, and informed him that he has heard from a close friend that Colorado’s highly-potent Durango Bango has some properties that could destroy C-19 cells.

He was told that Colorado cannabis research doctors are presently working on that very possibility 24/7 without taking any coffee breaks, and limiting themselves to only two trips to the bathroom per each 12-hour shift.

Trump was made aware that several other popular brands of Colorado pot could also have some potential in being the antidote to Cory as Trump sometimes calls Coronavirus.

POTUS was advised that several other strains grown and sold in the Rocky Mountain state include Pike’s Peak Princess, Aspen Locoweed, and Rocky Mountain High Falootin’.

Director Chickarino explained to the president that, if they find out that one of the Colorado brands of marijuana is the answer, then he will make arrangements to have the pot FedExed to any place in the nation.

OFF THE RECORD – Chickarino reportedly spoke in private with Trump, and told him that to show his appreciation he will be shipping ten pounds of Durango Bango to Mar-a-Lago in a discreet package.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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