John Morgan is now getting support from Roger Stone and Snoop Dogg

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John Morgan, an Orlando attorney who is currently suing the state of Florida for the right to smoke pot, has been garnering support for a possible gubernatorial run from just about all ends of the political spectrum, or at least from anyone who loves to "smoke weed every day."

Last week, Roger Stone, a guy with a Nixon back tat who's currently under scrutiny by the FBI for colluding with the Russians to help the Trump campaign, posted to Twitter that he endorses John Morgan, and not fellow Republicans Adam Putnam, Richard Corcoran or Ron DeSantis. 
On the complete other side of the cypher, Morgan's also getting shoutouts from rapper and actor Snoop Dogg, who tweeted out an article from Merry Jane: "Florida's most outspoken legal weed advocate is considering a run for governor in 2018."  
I wouldn't go as far as saying this is an endorsement, but it's clear the Dogg Father is down with Big Papa Morgan. 



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