Podcast 31: Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis and Daniel Louis Crumpton


On an epic 4-20, I was fortunate enough to reach the largest audience yet with the message of the CannaSense by being invited to appear on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis. In a race against Monsanto and big pharma it is critical that We the People control the power of this healing plant before corporate monsters bastardize it in order to pad their pockets. I am of the opinion that the CannaSense program is the fastest and most effective way for us to get a significant and winning advantage. In this monumental podcast, Clyde Lewis allows me to address this topic and take calls from across America to answer a myriad of questions and concerns. Also, Clyde Lewis makes reference’s to my amazing awesomeness and that is certainly worth writing home to mom about. I mean, when the guy is right, he’s just right. Enjoy and help spread this essential Down Loaded Content Podcast.

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About D.L. Crumpton 59 Articles
Daniel Louis Crumpton, author of the groundbreaking novel Then Came the Flood (Westbow Press), has written extensively since his debut in 2012 in the areas of philosophy, spirituality, alternative history and politics with a complete lack of reverence or dogmatism that those areas often demand. His writing has been featured on ZENINTHECAR.COM, OCHELLI.COM, THE LIBERTYBEACON.COM, DOWNLOADEDCONTENT.COM amongst many others. His views, ideas, insights and humorous perspectives on current social and political issues have been heard on internationally and nationally syndicated radio broadcasts such as Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, Lighting the Void with Joe Rupe, The Ochelli Effect with Chuck Ochelli, The Vinny Eastwood Show and soon Coast to Coast with George Noory. Daniel Louis Crumpton’s ongoing experimental, introspective and conscious streamed writings, podcasts, videos and interviews can be found collected at DOWNLOADEDCONTENT.COM.

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