WASHINGTON (ABC7) — It’s not every day that we watch joints rolled up in preparation for the presidential inauguration.
“You have my joint version of a joint,” said Adam Eidinger, organizer of the marijuana advocacy group DCMJ.
Eidinger says he’s not blowing smoke. The pot was grown at his home.
He wants to send a strong message to Donald Trump on the day he becomes president.
“It’s not an anti-Trump event as much as it is anti-prohibition,” said Eidinger.