Congressman: “When more Americans are arrested for marijuana than for committing violent crimes, it’s clear that the priorities of our justice system are completely out of order.”

I appreciate his attempt at a point, but mathematically, if we had more people arrested for violent crimes than marijuana in a time when marijuana is illegal, it would merely indicate that the country is insanely violent; because there should — even under illegality — always be thousands of times the number of weed smokers as violent criminals.