Jon Stewart on the Monsanto Protection Act

Monsanto-featuredJohn Stewart takes the government to task for sneaking through the Monsanto Protection Act which was buried in a much larger bill and then passed as law, and believe  it or not, was added to the bill anonymously. You would think those submitting something like this should be held accountable, and he compares it to comments left on posts and articles on the Internet. Of course comments are not really anonymous. People can be tracked and pinned down from the IP address.

What this law does, is that it gives companies producing GMO seeds immunity from the federal courts. That's right. Get sick and die. They can't be sued. Have a good laugh at the video below. Let's hope it isn't your last laugh....

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