The Heritage Foundation is trying to deport Prince Harry for smoking reefer

In 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan got a mortgage on their Montecito home and they began to build their life in America. Soon after, the Deranger faction became obsessed with the idea that Harry wouldn’t be allowed to “stay” in America, that he would somehow be deported or forced to return back to the UK. They were openly fantasizing about ICE agents ripping Harry away from his American wife and American child. As I pointed out at the time, Harry is a white, Christian, British man who is legally married to an American citizen, and he currently has two lovely, ginger, American anchor babies (once again, not a pejorative – I am an anchor baby myself). He has money, access to the best immigration lawyers and ample connections in the American government and American business community. The American immigration system is f–ked up, but it’s not so f–ked to the point where ICE will deport a white prince for smoking weed. Speaking of, that’s the new deranger fantasy: that Harry’s admissions about his drug use will somehow invalidate his visa. The Deranger contingent has roped the American neo-con think tank, the Heritage Foundation, into their collective delusion.

Prince Harry faces a fight to keep his US visa application secret today as campaigners demanded its release to see if he admitted his drug use before emigrating to California with Meghan Markle in 2020, MailOnline can reveal.

A conservative think tank is in the middle of a battle with Washington DC officials who are staunchly refusing to publish any details – including any texts or emails – citing the Duke of Sussex’s ‘privacy’.

In Spare and the TV blitz that followed, Harry admitted taking cocaine, cannabis and magic mushrooms. He said marijuana and psychedelics ‘really helped’ with his ‘trauma’ while cocaine was more a ‘social thing’.

The Heritage Foundation says his visa application must now be released so the American taxpayer can understand whether Harry declared his drug use. US immigration law has harsh penalties for lying to immigration officials, including deportation and being barred from applying for citizenship.

Mike Howell, director of the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, said: ‘This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illicit substance use and further questions regarding the Prince’s drug use and whether he was properly vetted before entering the United States’.

Experts have insisted US visa applications would usually be thrown out if there is any history of drug use. The Heritage Foundation says if border officials did know, Harry’s case raises questions over whether he was given special treatment because he is a prince and his wife is a TV star, which they insist would be illegal.

A US State Department spokesman said: ‘Visa records are confidential under Section 222(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA); therefore, we cannot discuss the details of individual visa cases’.

[From The Daily Mail]

The thing is, there is some history of famous British nationals having trouble getting visas or green cards because of their history of drug use. For example, John Lennon. Lennon had a hell of a time immigrating to the US because… he was actually arrested for possession in London. Harry has never been arrested, nor does he have a documented history of drug ABUSE. The US Citizen and Immigration Service website had some helpful language about this, and from what I gather, writing about occasional drug USE in one’s memoir is not the same thing as having a documented history of drug abuse or drug arrests. Plus, again, Harry is married to an American, he’s rich and he has access to the best immigration lawyers in the country. He will be fine. The Derangers trying to convince ICE to arrest, detain and deport Harry on the other hand…

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  1. The OtherOne says:

    lolol- considering that the Osbornes were here for decades I think he’s safe.

    • equality says:

      Lennon was also here obviously. And how do you say no for smoking marijuana when it is legal in some states?

      • Tacky says:

        Marijuana is illegal at the federal level. Since immigration services are federal, they could , theoretically, act on it. However, like everything in government, they are underfunded and aren’t going to waste time on a technicality.

      • equality says:

        Technicality? There are waivers for things listed in the VISA application, so likely not just something ignored. The laws aren’t just cut-and-dried.

      • jazzbaby1 says:

        Lennon’s immigration problems had more to do with his anti-war stance, the drugs were just a convenient stick to beat him with.

      • Nic919 says:

        Marijuana wasn’t legal when Lennon was arrested for it. And yes it was more related to his position against Vietnam than anything else.

      • Lorelei says:

        He’ll be fine, but JFC, the lengths that these people will go to! Has Harry had even one. single. peaceful day in which he wasn’t being harassed in some way since his relationship with Meghan was made public? I just— people hate him and Meghan, fine, whatever, that’s their right. But the amount of time and energy they expend (!) trying to make his life hell is absolutely unfathomable to me.

      • Isabella says:

        Marijuana is legal in California where Harry lives.

    • HennyO says:

      This is the Daily Fail setting this right-wing Foundation up to do their dirty job. They have too many lawsuits going on to take the risk of new ones.

      Prince Harry is taking the Fail ( and 2 other rags) to court this year, so the knives are out for him for some times now. And it’s gonna be a 100 times worse; they’re going to try to do what they do best – that is to destroy evebody they feel entitled to, or whoever challenges them or stands in their way. In Harry’s case; that is to tarnish his name and reputation in the US, and try to make living & doing business there difficult for him.

      But its too late now. H&M have a huge powerful and influential network, and in 3 years time they’ve become highly successful and powerful themselves. Let these UK tabloid idiots and incompetant media figures continue their silly losing games.

      • Fireside Chat says:

        @HennyO All of this and spot on!💯 It’s all about the cases, the London celebs “class action” and the US cases; as well as the concept of state controlled media (i.e. the BRF and their Oligarchs unfettered influence and manipulation) vs free press, an open society, and democracy. But from the looks of it, with QEII gone, UK “Subjects,” the Old-timers to Zoomers, seem to want a true democracy. Interesting to watch and with every daily deranged article and right-winged collaboration popping up (such as this one), the BRF and BM are telling on themselves and giving the world a real inside view of what continues to go on: old propaganda and strong arm tactics used to enslave people and colonize lands and destroy people and communities is hard at play. This really helps open the eyes of the Commonwealth as well. Let’s watch with 🍿🍿🍿 as we know H&M will be just fine. Amen.

  2. Becks1 says:

    LOLOLOL. Okay then. Good luck with that one.

    • Cessily says:

      Especially since he would have to sign and give the Heritage foundation permission to have his visa application since it doesn’t fall under the scope of the FOIA at all. This is a complete waste of time and an absolute joke. Pot is legal in California as long as he has no criminal history it doesn’t matter what he wrote in the book. This is just another way for whoever these people are getting their money from to harass him and endanger his family. I have never seen anything like this, not even with Princess Diana. They truly want this family in pain and to suffer or be “unalived” for living their lives. It’s beyond sick. I hope the heritage foundation is destroyed in the public’s eye and funding dries up fast because of their own racist hate, this is sick.

      • TigerMcQueen says:

        It also doesn’t matter what he wrote in his book, because according to the derangers, it’s all lies.

        They contradict themselves so f***ing much because their hate is so intense. And the level of hate directed toward H&M for simply existing is astounding.

    • Nic919 says:

      Did they ever apply to access the “special talents” Melania trump claimed to have to get her Einstein visa? I’m guessing no.

    • Whyforthelove ish says:

      May I humbly suggest we deport the Heritage Foundation instead. We have about as much chance of success booting them out as they do of booting out a married, rich, taxable family with no criminal record.

  3. blue says:

    Weed for personal use is legal in California.

    • Zazzoo says:

      Louder for those in back.

    • Tacky says:

      Weed is illegal at the federal level. That’s why you can’t smoke it in national parks.

      • zazzoo says:

        You can’t smoke cigarettes on federal property, but they’re legal and not deportable offenses.

      • BeanieBean says:

        Yes, those of us who work for federal agencies get an email every year reminding us that, no matter what the law is in whatever state you’re living, pot-smoking, possession, etc., is still a federal offense and we, as federal employees, are not allowed.
        That said, and I’m sure this is fairly google-able but I’m too lazy, the US visa app probably asks if you’ve ever been convicted of a crime (there’s something like that on a federal background check), not whether you’ve ever, in your entire life, smoked pot or taken illegal drugs, because that’s not on a federal background check.

      • Mary says:

        @tacky, you are right. I am in Oregon where weed for personal use has long been legal but here people forget that at the federal level it is still illegal and only legal in Oregon up to certain limits.

        If someone wants to make trouble for you and can pull strings they can. I had a nosy neighbor who actually snuck into another neighbor’s backyard to peer through the fence at the neighboring property of someone (he didn’t like) who was growing marijuana in his backyard. He had a marijuana card and it was legal for him to grow a certain number of pot plants but the pissy old neighbor called the feds.

        So, one afternoon I’m in my backyard working in the garden and I hear a huge noise. I look up and there is a very low flying helicopter hovering above me that then sat down on the street in front of my home. They raided the neighbor’s house! The pissy old neighbor had told the Feds that he was growing too much marijuana; and, I guess he had some kind of pull so the feds acted on his tip!

        Anyway, it turned out okay, the guy was within his growing limits but people do need to be aware that there may be limits under State law, even where legal for personal uses; and, if someone wants to cause trouble for you with the feds, they can.

      • Mary says:

        @beaniebean, I don’t know about now but the feds actually, for some employment background checks, did ask about whether or not you have ever in your life had any experience with drug use and if you stopped, when.

        I was offered what was then deemed a “sensitive” position (I think it is “top secret” now) and I was asked about any drug use in my entire life, along with everywhere I had lived for the last 10 years. I told the truth. And in response to the query about when I stopped using drugs, and why, I replied something akin to: it didn’t do anything for me (!). 🤪. Well, I sailed through the background check and was cleared to work within a couple of weeks. Mind you, this was during the advent of the Drug Czar period and the feds still did not seem to be too concerned with my truthful answers!

        However, I could see the answers to the drug use questions for federal background checks being applied discretionarily; and, another person in my same position being denied the same type of job elsewhere.

    • ExtremelyBeautifulDiego says:

      If you’re not a us citizen never admit to any mj use or any not legal in the us at the federal level use, I.e. mush rooms etc it can create a world of pain. I worked at an immigration law firm for 3 yrs

    • BQM says:

      Doesn’t matter. It’s illegal on a federal level and it’s a federal immigration issue. And Harry’s admittances are enough to cause issues. But the biggest point is whether he lied on his visa. Which is HUGE and would be monumentally stupid. Now, despite the BM’s views, I don’t think Harry is stupid. I’m sure his lawyers, and the publisher’s, discussed this. And if he actually was that dumb, Meghan isn’t. It’s possible to get waivers for drug use when it hasn’t led to a conviction or serious substance abuse issues. The HF is leaving that part out. It’s not a ‘admit to it and get denied, lie and get deported’ black and white situation. And that’s not even getting in to the fact that he’s a rich, white, famous royal married to an American citizen aspects.

      • Becks1 says:

        Oh all the immigration lawyers on this post!

        You know who had an actual immigration lawyer for his visa? Harry. I am not worried about this for him one bit.

      • BQM says:

        I mean it’s not hard to go look at the various visa applications online. You can potentially get waivers for serious criminal offenses. I don’t think Harry’s in trouble unless he lied about something which is doubtful.

  4. UNCDANCER says:

    Jaysus! These people need to go outside and touch grass.

  5. TikiChica says:

    Nothing will happen, of course (and I’m not saying it should).

    He did admit to taking other drugs in his book (cocaine, mushrooms) besides reefer.

    And, as someone who has visited the US, I had to attest to not having taken illegal drugs in order to get a visa.

    • Snuffles says:

      I’m sure there is a statute of limitations. I doubt his cocaine use was in the last decade.

    • Kay says:

      He took those drugs prior to migrating to the UK. He wrote about smoking weed while in the US. Marijuana is legal in California.

    • Ginger says:

      If any of this would pose an issue to his immigration status why document it in a memoir? A memoir that is a bestseller? He will be fine. He had lawyers that went over his book for this exact reason.

    • Bex says:

      Why do people think he didn’t include it on his application? It’s not as if he could omit something that was reported INTERNATIONALLY when he was a teenager.

    • Kingston says:

      Someone who doesn’t read the blurb before rushing to comment nonsense….hmmmmm…..such a deranger trait….

    • Moxylady says:

      Are the listed drugs a bigger deal in other countries? I mean the burn out boomers clutch their pearls now but the sheer amount of acid and weed they ingested back in the day is staggering.
      We also have popular shows – that 70’s show, that 90’s show – that show recreational drug use. And with it being legal here in a ton of states, I just don’t get the upset. The amount of people who take cbd for anxiety or use edibles to help with sleep / pain/ anxiety etc…..
      I mean as we all know, cocaine is a hell of a drug, (quote from the Chappell skit) but he seems to not have abused it and frankly- he was diagnosed with adhd. Lots of people with adhd self medicate with cocaine. Slows us down.
      I mean I know they fuss about every breath either of them takes but we had Presidents admit to weed use. Do we actually give a shit anymore?

    • Ruby Dee says:

      USCIS visa does not ask questions about drug use. You are lying. I live in the US and my husband went thru the process a few yrs ago. The visa application can be accessed online

      • TheWigletOfWails says:

        I’m an immigrant who’s gone through the system, and it asks about drug TRAFFICKING and CONVICTIONS not drug use. Harry has never been prosecuted for drugs.

      • Brassy Rebel says:

        Yes, this is an important distinction. Drug dealing and convictions versus drug use. The British establishment is conflating the two in order to smear and harass Harry. What else is new?

      • BeanieBean says:

        Ah, that’s what I was thinking was the case. Thanks for the confirmation.

    • Tan says:

      Love this fantasy for u – anything to keep the line of succession off the mind is golden I guess

      • Eppy says:

        During naturalisation it also asks if you’ve broken any law in any country that you weren’t arrested for – it used to be clear how that information was interpreted but under Trump there was an increase of applying “technicalities” to deport people.

    • PrincessK says:

      I must say l was surprised that Harry revealed so much about his drug taking but l think for him it was all cathartic.
      Also he wants to go forward being open and honest about his life, after years of being suffocated under the lies and secrets of the BRF. So better for Harry to reveal these details himself in his own words rather than some opportunist with an ‘agenda’ .

  6. girl_ninja says:

    Wow. I wonder who put a bug in the faux Christian coalition about Harry? What a ridiculous joke of a group.

    • SURE says:

      There’ll be a BM link just like with Scammy’s vexatious suit against M.

    • Tacky says:

      Even though they don’t know what “woke” means, they love to harass anyone they consider woke.

    • Cessily says:

      Just saw a post where Camilla Tominey and a person named Neil Gardner are apart of the Heritage Foundation which would explain a lot and put Peggy and the BRF at the center of this.

      • notasugarhere says:

        When will someone arrest Tominey for all of her online bullying of Harry and Meghan? If this IS tied to Tominey and the BaRF, just how the f*ck far are they willing to go to permanently separate Harry from his real family (Meghan and the kids)?

      • Lorelei says:

        Isn’t Tominey British? Why would she even be affiliated with an American organization? I know this detail really doesn’t matter, but my immediate reaction was “WTF?”

      • Tacky says:

        Tominey is not associated with Heritage. I believe you are referring to Nile Gardner, who is a foreign affairs expect at Heritage. He’s a serious muckety muck in DC. Can’t see him getting into this petty BS.

      • Agreatreckoning says:

        Thanks for sharing the link @Cessily. This is from thinktankwatch March 21, 2021.
        Heritage Foundation Mocked for Defending British Monarchy

        “One of the U.S.’s most powerful conservative think tanks is being mocked for its plans to host a March 25 event that defends the British monarchy and blasts the “radical left” for undermining American democracy.’
        The panelists include: Rt Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, former leader of the UK Conservative Party and Founding Chairman of The Centre for Social Justice; Camilla Tominey, Associate Editor of the London Daily Telegraph and Royal Expert and Commentator; Tim Montgomerie, Political Commentator and Founder of ConservativeHome; and Dr. Nile Gardiner, Director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom and Bernard and Barbara Lomas fellow.

        @Tacky, Nile Gardner is the director of the MTCF at the Heritage Foundation. He’s absolutely involved in this bs. He’s a petty British royalist that lives in DC. He considers himself a scholar, yet doesn’t seem to have the comprehension skills to understand the visa application. /s A serious muckety muck who is willfully ignorant. He loves petty and has incited hate against H&M.

        Serious muckety muck?lol The Heritage Foundation should be looked into for any ties to Jan 6th. What they write sounds like recruiter’s propaganda for the right wing nutjobs.

  7. Snuffles says:

    I doubt this is just from the derangers. It’s another desperate play from the royal family to drag Harry back to the UK. I wouldn’t be surprised if the next time he leaves US soil to visit the UK, they will try to deny him re-entry back into the US.

    That said, I have no doubt his immigration attorney has this covered. I’m sure all of his recreational and medical drug use was reported.

    ***sigh*** Just when you think people couldn’t sink any lower.

    • Brassy Rebel says:

      That was my first thought too, Snuffles. His loving “family” is behind this. I’m old enough to remember the John Lennon situation (I’m practically old enough to remember Noah and the flood🤣). No, they won’t deport him, but especially if a right wing administration takes over at some point, they can make his life a living hell in spite of the best legal representation. And his visa application will be leaked in a hot minute. Never underestimate the capacity of fascists to do evil.

      • North of Boston says:

        Lennon’s Visa issues, turns out, were entirely due to Nixon and his cronies seeing him as a threat to their power. It was all politics. They targeted him because of his anti-war stance and influence while Nixon was knee deep in the Vietnam-US war and were afraid he’d encourage young people to vote.

      • Brassy Rebel says:

        Exactly. Lennon’s problems magically disappeared when Carter became president. This is an old right wing tactic. But I still think this is Charles calling in favors from them. They’re more than happy to oblige.

      • JCallas says:

        If Trump gets back into power, I could see him trying something. He’s obsessed with the BRF.

      • Mary says:

        @jcallas absolutely agree about Trump. While the derangers’ claims are ridiculous, Trump had such a hate boner for Meghan that you just know he would have caused trouble for Harry. Heck, he would have probably personally ordered ICE agents to raid the Sussexes’ home in California!

        I also agree with those of you saying that the Royal family could very well be behind some of this. They would love to have Harry forced back to the UK without Meghan and the kids.

      • BeanieBean says:

        I think Lennon was on J Edgar Hoover’s radar, so that had something to do with it as well.

    • Dee(2) says:

      They don’t want him there because they love and miss him, they want him cowed and controlled. They’ve realized he isn’t leaving his wife so they want to get him back and treat him like they did his mother the last years of her life. Flashing lights and chases everywhere he goes, not knowing who to trust. And if it teaches a lesson about not going against the apparent big two in the UK the BRF and the BM? Even better.

    • Snuffles says:

      They DO want him in the UK. PERMANENTLY and 100% under their control. Not the same as coming and going as he pleases.

    • The Old Chick says:

      Aside from ‘California’! Harry has very expensive lawyers who vet this shit. And it’s not the late 60s early 70s. And Lennon wanted the controversy, that was his whole point.. Hello, bed in! Lennon lived for that.

    • Mary Pester says:

      @SNUFFLES, Yep there is a right Royal stench to this. Harry has never been charged with any offence related to drugs
      Drug tests are obligatory and mandatory in the British military. Random tests are carried out night and day so if Harry had a drug problem, one, he would never have got in, and two, even if he manged to squeeze past selection he would soon have been booted out! When Harry spoke about the mushrooms and other drugs he was a very young man, and as already stated on here, by one of us sane people, Harry has the best solicitors and advisors, so these idiots are just peeing into the wind

  8. Emily says:

    Mick Jagger who was once arrested in the UK for drug use (I believe he was released without charge after he appealed) owns a mansion in Florida so obviously has no visa issues. He has also spoken about his past drug use in interviews. Harry will be fine.

    • Lightpurple says:

      Keith Richards, who has been CONVICTED multiple times on possession charges and expelled from France, has lived in Connecticut with his American wife and two American children for decades.

    • North of Boston says:

      See also Paul McCartney, arrested multiple times in the UK, famously jailed in Japan for pot possession, also married to a US citizen… owns multiple homes in the US, resides here frequently and goes back and forth with no issues.

    • otaku fairy says:

      Yes, he absolutely will be fine. He’s a white prince who acknowledged his issues and worked on himself (including the problematic behavior). These people are unhinged.

  9. Amy T says:

    Imagine having all that time and money and being *that* petty with it. SMH. Not that they would ever, but in a better world, the Heritage Foundation would be looking into ways to help keep places like East Palestine safe from greedy rail companies instead of trying to break up a happy family that’s minding its own business.

  10. Amy Bee says:

    If I was a Hertiage Foundation donor I would be pissed that my money was put to better use like starting a war with China.

    • Kingston says:

      No decent person is a heritage foundation donor. They’re all of a piece.

      • BeanieBean says:

        Agree! I just took a quick glance at their website, where they say ‘enough is enough! it’s time to take back America!’. Derangers. Also from my quick glance I would say their website exists exclusively to solicit money.

      • Well Wisher says:

        Excellent point.. Why conflate Heritage foundation and decency?

  11. smegmoria says:

    Properly vetted!!!!

  12. Roo says:

    Wow, the RF is getting desperate to force Harry come back, attend the Con, and help Egg with his duties. This is just sad. Even if Harry were forced to leave the US, there a few other options for him to make a home with his family. 🙄

    • Moxylady says:

      I imagine Harry might be getting some calls in the coming week from world leaders saying they are very welcome in their country.

      • Interested Gawker says:


        People saw how terrific the Invictus Games were in the Netherlands, Germany is excited to host it and many other countries probably want to throw their hat in the ring to be hosts too. Others around the world see PH’s commitment to veteran issues as a good thing.
        This constant harassment of H&M from the British media is sinister and sick!

  13. Laurie G. says:

    Prince Harry all unbothered and out here living his best life. I love that for him and his family.

  14. SussexWatcher says:

    Why on earth does the US taxpayer have a right to know anything? You can tell this originated from the Brits. The Sussexes are a private citizen and private individual who do not depend on taxpayer money (any more than anyone else for roads and emergency services etc) unlike the rest of that grifting family he left behind. In fact they probably pay more than the average Heritage Fdn member in taxes so that entire group needs to sit down and shut up. Never has a group of “fans” nickname been more apropos than Derangers. They are truly unhinged!

  15. B says:

    Both the UK press and the B royal family would rather pull out every abusive trick than be kind.

    Stop being a cruel father and your son will show up for you.

    Stop lying and people will engage with your news organization and believe what you write.

    Instead of doing such simple things. The press & BRF insist on having a non consensual predatory relationship. They keep trying to force, threaten, or blackmail Harry into engaging with them.

  16. Mika says:

    While it is still a controlled substance under federal for various reasons, including employment, recreational use of weed is legal in California and dozens of other states. This is not a reason to deport anyone. Lololol.

    • Tessa says:

      Stores selling marijuana are up and running now in some states

      • ThatsNotOkay says:

        And failing because the demand isn’t really there. But that’s besides the point. Harry is here, his visa is in whatever stage of review it’s in, and he’s not going to be forced to pack up and head elsewhere. If anything, ironically, he could seek asylum and keep his ass put in his mansion. Asylum from the threats in his home country.

      • Lady D says:

        Where I live is an area called the Green Mile. Our town is attached to (belongs) to the local reservation and pot shops have gone through the roof. There are 11 pot dispensary within a 10 minute walk in any direction. Every one of the shops sells ounces for $50 to $140/ounce. The edibles market is through the roof. There are also two government owned pot shops in town.

      • Moxylady says:

        Lady D- same. Live in Colorado and there are shops everywhere PLUS it’s in no way a city thing. Tiny little mountain towns have multiple shops all of which are doing quite well. Edible are super popular for good reasons.
        Plus the bakery end of it. It’s great.

      • Bee says:

        It seems to be doing well everywhere I look. Some places even have delivery! And it increases the tax base. The weed industry is doing fine.

      • GingerBiscuit says:

        I live in Southern California, and there are dispensaries everywhere, plus the bigger dispensaries ALL offer delivery. Prices vary depending on what city you are in. Plus, drinks, edibles, wax, tinctures, lotions, salves. . . The ones I see continue to do well and grow, because buildings that were just generic have over time been re-painted, fixed up, new fancy signs, moved to larger locations, it really is a big industry. In 2021, California’s tax revenue from this industry was 1.3 Billion dollars.
        I don’t know why other states don’t legalize it–so much tax revenue just wasted.

      • ThatsNotOkay says:

        @Lady D, @Moxylady, @Bee, @GingerBiscuit I tried to post with links to Forbes and Politico articles on the issues pot dispensaries are having, but it didn’t go through. The problem IS the high taxes. And too much competition, which is forcing down prices. Legal and illegal competition is killing companies. Expect to see a lot of closures until the market reaches an equilibrium. Demand is there, yes, but not enough to keep so many companies open.

  17. Ginger says:

    As Harry said, his happiness embarrasses some people. They hate that he is happy and thriving in the US. They hate that a very popular blood royal left and made a wonderful life for himself.

  18. ElleE says:

    Since cannabis became legal, 1 out of 5 men in the Back Bay absolutely reeks.
    Was everyone getting stoned and going to CVS at 3 PM? Before pot was legal?

    I just don’t remember everyone stinking like this. I must be getting old (sigh)

    Stop me when I start yelling at clouds.

    • Becks1 says:

      In my state, cannabis requires a medical prescription basically (“green card”) but anyone can get one, I have a friend whose uncle got one after finding a doctor on Groupon. You basically just have to attest to having anxiety or chronic pain (even if you don’t) and bam! green card.

      We did vote on it this past November and starting in July its just going to be fully legal. I think someone realized the whole green card thing was kind of pointless, lol.

      • Bee says:

        That’s how it went in California too. They started with the med cards which gradually became easier to get. Then when the sky didn’t fall and the tax revenues were good, they opened it up.

        But even before that, folks were reeking at 3 pm at CVS. Usually in front of the Ben & Jerry’s case lol. That’s just the nature of CVS at 3pm.

    • kirk says:

      Certain strains are super stinky (Trainwreck – skunk). Cracks me up to go downtown anymore where down at street level you can smell 4-5 different varieties being smoked from apartments above (also probly from peds on street). Contact high m/b.

  19. hangonamin says:

    he’ll be ok. bc he’s a rich white prince. other immigrants have totally lost visas and documentation because of smaller things. lol good to see that the heritage foundation hates all immigrants, even the rich white male ones too.

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      hangonamin, take a look at the US visa application online. You’ll see that Harry is legally in the US. He is not a drug trafficker nor does he have drug convictions. Those are the questions asked. Perhaps it would behoove you to find the facts before commenting. I’m not sure who you know that got their visa revoked. What were the circumstances?

      • hangonamin says:

        i think you misunderstood my comments. i’m not saying he has drug convictions. however, if you had looked into American immigration as well, you’d see it is sometimes very subjective and dependent on the immigration/consular officer. there is inadmissibility to the US due to criminal offenses, and then there’s inadmissibility on health grounds related to drug use or substance abuse. if there is a history of drug abuse or alcohol use, there can be a request for further evaluation from a physician before allowing for an immigration visa. this is where i think having an immigration lawyer to guide you in how you present yourself, being white, being rich and being well connected can be much more favorable for you than if you were any other immigrant. no one is going to revoke his visa, but you can imagine how someone who misrepresented themselves and admitted to using marijuana (which is still federally illegal), can be flagged and may be denied a visa until further screening or outright.

  20. Jais says:

    So they really really want him back.

    • SussexWatcher says:

      This ^^

      It’s absolutely hilarious (but you could also set your watch by it) how the RRs and British media went from threatening him if he comes and saying how unwanted Harry and Meghan (and their little Prince and Princess) are…to the new narrative that Harry and Meghan are global superstars who will bring much needed coverage to the Chubbly. The desperation on Salty Isle is so strong I can smell it from across the Atlantic Ocean!

    • TheWigletOfWailsii says:

      They don’t really want him back. It’s about punishment and control. They want to separate him from his family, destroy the successful life he’s built in America and keep him under the thumb of the BaRF and British press.

      • Mary Pester says:

        @wigletofwales, yep your right, they either want him back or are determined to destroy him! Princess Margaret said “if they can’t control you then they control how others see you” and Princess Diana said “that which they can’t control, they seek to destroy”. Both of them were right!!

      • Well Wisher says:

        The media want him back to make money. His earning potential is high – ever present profit margin…
        The demand for images of his entire family is up…..
        All these factors lead to a need for the others to control, to dominate, not that it will enhance any of them.

    • Ennie says:

      they want him with nowhere and no one to turn to. Stateless, as he is deemed a traitor by those same sick demented trolls and tabloids

  21. Tessa says:

    The same reason why the derangers want harry to leave Meghan and the children home she he goes to the UK
    So harry won’t go back. And the same reason Charles wanted Meghan yonkeep working in Canada after the wedding

  22. Maxine Branch says:

    If there was ever a reason for Harry not to attend that mess, the gutter UK press keeps providing it daily. I am hopeful he reads the room and just stay home. Between openly advocating for him to be booed, and harmed now they are advocating for him to be deported. Stay home Harry where you are loved and valued. Your relatives in the UK have co-signed all of this mess. Just like Oprah stated, “do what is in the best interest of your family.” You have young kids who love and need you.

  23. Sophie says:

    He is a prince, but his wife is a TV star? I see you DF!

    • Tessa says:

      And Rainer was a prince and princess grace was a movie star.

      • Sophie says:

        Yes, I know Princess Grace. But, they could have used princess Meghan (like you have used for your example) or the activist/philanthropist, and not this.

  24. LegggsEgg says:

    The ‘anchor baby’ references have me 🤣🤣🤣 sputtering my coffee LOL

    • Lorelei says:

      Since Archie wasn’t born in the US, he isn’t even an anchor baby, right? These people, I swear to god.

  25. lanne says:

    They are one step away from the sheik of Dubai who dragged his daughter back home when she escaped, and keeps her locked up and drugged. I fear that William would absolutely use MI 6 to do something like that. I think Charles is too big of a coward. But it’s desperation hour for the RF. They need Harry, desperately. But even if Harry was no use to them as a drugged zombie, the benefit would be Harry getting punished. I personally think that Williams fragile manhood has become attached to the idea of winning over Harry, by any means necessary. William would rather see Harry dead than happy with Meghan.

    I’m starting to wonder if royal protection is even a viable thing for them in the UK. Especially if they are so willing to sabotage him. I hope that Harry and Meghan realize that this is a fight to the end. The royals will even pay the media if need be to harass and threaten the Sussexes for the rest of their lives. They will never, ever be allowed to be at peace. It’s going to take a foreign media calling the royals out and getting global attention to get them to stop. That might stop Charles, but even that might not stop William.

    William has crossed into the “ if I cant have him, no one can” territory of the abusive husband. The royal family is a cult worse than Scientology. I fear for his children, what they hear at home, and what that ultimately means for their future. The door on their gilded cage will be locked and barricaded. There will be no escape for them.

    • Shoshone says:

      TWO daughters were drug back and placed under house arrest to this day. One was kidnapped from the UK.

    • Lorelei says:

      @Lanne, I’ve thought the same thing about the RPO for a while. I wouldn’t want to put my life in their hands if I was Harry. I was even surprised that they stayed in Frogmore instead of a hotel. An *unbiased* security team would have swept the place for bugs/hidden cameras/etc., but many of these people feel the same way about Harry that the BM does and I could absolutely see them accidentally ‘overlooking’ things like that. We’d have to believe they’re all acting in good faith, and from what we’ve seen over the past few years, I just can’t.

  26. badrockandroll says:

    He has the same type of visas (“Einstein” and Spousal) that Melanie had. We’ve all seen pics where she was as high as a kite. I’m sure this group of Nosy Nazis were just as concerned with her visas.

  27. amyb says:

    Isn’t Megan’s niece Ashley, an immigration lawyer? and just for laughs and giggles we could for example file a suit to get Melania Trumps green card application.!

  28. equality says:

    Immigration laws aren’t that cut-and-dried and waivers are available for much of it. What helps is having a citizen spouse of more than two years, establishing a company that provides employment, and having an employer sponsorship (netflix, better up). Drug use to incapacitation includes alcohol use when cited in immigration laws. What is fascinating is that several famous people who have been arrested for drug use (as pointed out above) are residing in the US. Interesting that ONLY Harry is getting this foundation’s attention.

  29. maisie says:

    “currently addicted to drugs” or criminal conviction for drug possession.
    Unlike here in Canada where you are not allowed in if you have a DUI on your record.

    you would think Heritage had something more important to do, like finding more unqualified people for judgeships once the next Republican becomes president.

    • kirk says:

      “you would think Heritage had something more important to do, like finding more unqualified people for judgeships…” — you’re thinking of the Federalist Society when it comes to judgeships.

      Many years ago Heritage used to be a decent conservative think tank with thoughtful policy ideas. But they’ve been hollowed out nada for a while.

  30. Mtl.Ex.Pat says:

    Its interesting reading the comments from those with an immigration law background. As a Canadian,
    marijuana has been legal here for several years. That’s at our federal level so it’s across the country. I’m aware that many states in the US obviously also have legalized marijuana. However, Canadians are warned that it is illegal to cross the border into the United States with marijuana. It is also a trick question by US border guards that if you are asked if you have smoked marijuana or used it in the past – or even now when it’s legal you could be turned back from the states and refused entry. Then you’re barred potentially permanently. The CBC has done reporting on that and the gist is it’s a state of confusion. I know of people who have convictions for possession in the 1970s and early 80s who have been turned back even now after decades of being out of trouble and going on to have productive lives. It seems like a mess and it’s very confusing. Now that’s an issue of crossing the border as opposed to obtaining a visa, but I would imagine some of the issues are the same. The United States needs to modernize and be consistent about it but given the attitudes of some of the conservatives, I doubt that will happen anytime soon since they got a lot of mileage out of it.

  31. GuestWho says:

    Keith Richards and Ozzy Osborn say “what!”

  32. SueBarbri33 says:

    I’ve been watching this thread bubbling to the surface on various Deranger boards and social media accounts over the past week or so. All of a sudden there was this laser focus on Harry and his drug use and then this article popped up on the DM. They’re just so…desperate for something bad to happen to H&M. There has been so much discussion for the past few months about excluding them from the Chubbly, so much pain behind the use of the titles for the kids, so much anger. It’s starting to get weird. Hilarious, but deeply strange. H&M need to be careful when they go to the Chubbly.

  33. Pumpkin (Was Sofia) says:

    I completely agree. Harry is a rich, white, Christian man married to an American citizen. He’s going to have the path of least resistance when it comes to visa/immigration issues even if this foundation actually get somewhere with this drug complaint.

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      Pumpkins (Was Sofia), if you read the posts above you’ll realize that there are actually known people who have drug convictions who are living here in the US, so obviously their visas were approved. This foundation is not going to get anywhere with this crap. It’s just clickbait. It’s what the bm does.

  34. Tessa says:

    Really disgusting comments on page 6 name calling and labeling harry an alcoholic. And talking about children taken away

  35. GDubslady says:

    The Firm’s so desperate they are revealing their unholy political ties to the US government and conservative movement. Harry should apply as a refugee for all the threats and lack of security in the UK. We are watching the abuse in real time.

  36. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Reefer madness! Oh noooooooos! Lock your doors!

    • AnneL says:

      I was just going to post “Reefer Madness!” lol. I’m surprised it took this long into the thread for someone to make the reference.

      Yeah, he’s not getting deported for doing shrooms at Courtney Cox’s house years ago. That’s not happening.

    • BeanieBean says:

      Might as well ‘duck & cover’ while you’re at it!

  37. Is That So? says:

    This is how you know that they think that Prince Harry has moved from “white” to “light-skin”, because this is Black people’s problem.

  38. TheWigletOfWails says:

    Were the Japanese and Swedish press/citizens this apoplectic when Princess Mako and Princess Madeline moved to the US? This is really not normal behavior. Harry’s immigration status is fine. He’s left the US multiple times since he moved here and came back home with no issues. He most likely has a green card now. The world watched him publicly marry an American citizen, and his two children are American. He could be eligible for citizenship this year. Also, the constant, public threats against him make him the perfect candidate for asylum lol. This is such a nothing burger. Keen has been working her wiglet off and yet their eyes are still focused on Montecito. Get a grip guys, he doesn’t want you and he’s not coming back!

  39. QuiteContrary says:

    Years ago, when my soon-to-be husband was doing his visa interview at the U.S. Embassy in London, he was preceded by another young British guy about to marry an American woman.

    The embassy knew about a minor marijuana possession charge that he hadn’t told his fiancee about. We could hear the whole drama going on in the interview room. The embassy officials eventually approved his visa, but only after dragging him. When the couple emerged, he was bright red and she was so mad. I couldn’t blame her LOL.

    Harry will be fine. The derangers never will be.

  40. Feebee says:

    I went through the U.S. immigration process as a white woman from an allied country with lawyers handling the first years with visas and then a green card and while all experiences are unique, I’m pretty confident than Harry has zero worries on this score. Given his friends in high places probably less than zero.

    The Heritage Foundation is just another boil on the backside of political life.

    • Well Wisher says:

      My brother-in-law had no problems getting a green card to work in the US from BC, it helped that he has two Master’s Degrees in Engineering, but was warned that he’ll still face discrimination.
      So you are absolutely correct.

  41. MSTJ says:

    I think it’s about suffering. I believe these people want the Sussexes to suffer. I think they will continue to try various tactics to break the Sussexes. It’s the only way for the royalists, sycophants, tabloid reporters to justify the belief and image that being a part of the institution or Royal Family is the pinnacle of existence in their society. If the Sussexes are able to demonstrably be successful outside of the institution, their success kills the belief and the image that the institution represents the pinnacle of their society.

    I think the royalists, sycophants, tabloid reporters operate like a cult. I pray the Sussexes continue to be safe, financially independent and successful in their ventures.

  42. aquarius64 says:

    Unless Harry is Britain’s El Chapo, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) won’t touch him. Harry can apply for asylum at this point. UK head of state, aka Dad, took his home away from him and his family and RAVEC is dillying around about the family’s security. The Windsors are setting themselves up for more bad international headlines.

  43. NoNoNotAnyMore says:

    My ex-husband is British and also a US citizen thanks to our 5 years of marriage. He came over in 2016 on a 90 day fiance visa, and went through the whole green card, then citizenship application process (granted September 2020 after covid delays) and I don’t remember any questions about drug “use”. None.

    And ironically he spent almost every day high after arriving, thanks to California’s legal recreational use of marijuana. Just one of many reasons we are no longer married…

  44. Taylor says:

    As someone who got a Green card to be a permanent US resident just over a decade ago, I can confirm that NO questions regarding drug use were ever asked.
    They do ask if you have ever been arrested or convicted of a crime.
    Heritage needs to sit the F down.

  45. Kelsey says:

    That man is living in CALIFORNIA. LMAOOOOO. They think CALIFORNIA of ALLLLLL states is gonna gaf about some reefer?

    Hell here in VA , which I consider the uptight cheapskate cousin of the deep south, weed is legal. California is probably just happy to have a multimillionaire who will finally pay their taxes honestly vs. going the Jeff Bezos route. HAAAAA these people are a joke.

    • kirk says:

      “California is probably just happy to have a multimillionaire who will finally pay their taxes honestly vs. going the Jeff Bezos route.”

      Are you referring to Elon Musk who moved from CA to Austin, TX?
      Jeff Bezos moved to WA many years ago to start online book sales business that branched out, a lot.

      • BeanieBean says:

        And WA also has no state income taxes, so I’m guessing he moved for the same reasons as Musk?

      • kirk says:

        Bezos decision to move to Seattle was driven by his choice of books as the thing his online sales would focus on, and the concentration of nearby distributors, i.e. strategy.

  46. HeyKay says:

    This makes me so angry.
    This country is falling apart more every day. Homeless, cost of living, shootings, etc.
    We all know this.
    And still we have the PtB wasting time and money with garbage like this!
    Stop all this nonsense about PH and deportation.

    Get to work on fixing the very real problems that humans are suffering with.
    Seniors, disabled, veterans, low income who need food/heat.
    It’s all a game of politics, worse than ever, no end in sight.

  47. Trix says:

    They are now not just printing bullshit about him, they’re actively trying to screw up his life. They are harassing and threatening him. JFC.

  48. Saucy&Sassy says:

    What’s quite amusing is that Harry got his Visa when Dumpf was in office. If there were issues, I guarantee this would have been publicized.

    This is just another example of the brf’s goal of being seen in a negative light. They are aided by the bm in this goal.

  49. MsIam says:

    I believe this is all connected to right wing politics. The right is terrified of a popular liberal like Meghan (and by extension Harry), rallying the troops and getting out the vote. Its why they keep pushing this ridiculous story about Meghan running for president. The right is afraid of any charismatic personality on the left becoming popular in politics. Hence they are more than willing to carry the Unroyal family and right wing UK media’s water for them and demonize the Sussexes. Like someone said upthread, the Heritage Foundation will need to explain why they are only going after Harry and not others who have visas with admitted drug use and even convictions.

  50. Sue says:

    I used to work for a museum owned by an old white men’s club that was founded in the Victorian era. They hosted the Heritage Foundation one day for a conference. It was the day Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize. I walked in and the Heritage folks were soooooo miserable. It was glorious.

  51. Angie says:

    LOL! Kate is out there posing on buildings and William is currently in Poland showing how brave he is (according to their media) and they are still talking about Harry and Meghan 24 seven LOL, LOL

  52. JadedObserver says:

    D.C. reader here. The Heritage Foundation is one of the most right-wing think tanks – the opposite of Brookings. They are a bunch of rich, white, well-connected nutters.

    • lleepar says:

      I’d be more concerned if the HF was promoting Harry. Far from doing him any harm, this bone-head stunt will give him more street creds with the right people.

  53. bisynaptic says:

    Just to remind everyone that, as ridiculous as it sounds, this is the reality these people have created for POC.

  54. jgerber says:

    Sue, I love that you witnessed that! Bollocks to the Heritage bell ends and all the derangers for their dangerous nonsense.

  55. Emily_C says:

    The Heritage Foundation is why women in the U.S. lost bodily autonomy. The fascists on the Supreme Court are their doing. That’s why we need to watch out for this — I think they want to overturn legalized marijuana in the states where it is legal, and are looking for a case to take to the Supreme Court to do it. This would go against their professed “states’ rights” belief, but that was always a lie anyway, just as it always has been.

  56. blunt talker says:

    I read this yesterday-I hope these knowledgeable know-their names and home of birth origins are being collected by the fbi and immigration-this constant harassment could lead to a lawsuit for all the stankl-faces involved-privacy is privacy-if it was not Mr. Ozzy O. would have been thrown out long ago- these shitgibbons need to get alife.

  57. KT says:

    Just about every British star with an American Visa will have used – and some abused – drugs at some point.

    They going to revoke Elton John’s Visa as well??!

  58. @ Mary Pester. You are so right about what Princess Margaret and Princess Diana said. Princess Margaret said “if they can’t control you then they control how others see you” and Princess Diana said “that which they can’t control, they seek to destroy”.
    Wow so evil both the Royal Family and the British media. This is what this is all about. Control and destroy the Sussexes
    by fair means or foul. The curse of karma will soon hit the Royal Family and the British press. Hope it destroys them.