Alaska Reporter Drops F-Bomb And Quits On Live TV After Revealing Herself As Legal Medical Marijuana Supporter (VIDEO)

Charlo Greene via Facebook

Charlo Greene via Facebook

In what has to be one of the most epic ways a person has quit their job, a reporter in Alaska stunned everyone when she advocated for legalizing pot and resigned on the spot on live television.

During KTVA-TV’s Sunday night program, Charlo Greene did an in-studio report on the Alaska Cannabis Club, which according to Alaska Dispatch News, “connects medical marijuana cardholders with other cardholders who are growing cannabis.” In short, the cannabis club is trying to increase access to pot for patients who need it.

Unbeknownst to her co-workers and the viewers that night prior to the broadcast, Greene surprisingly revealed herself as the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club and quit her reporting job on the air with an exclamation point.

Now everything you’ve heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska. And as for this job, well — not that I have a choice but, f*ck it, I quit.

Greene then walked casually off-screen as an anchor apologized for the language used and tried to resume the program with some difficulty.

Here’s the via Alaska Dispatch News:

When asked about her dramatic exit, Greene said, “Because I wanted to draw attention to this issue. And the issue is medical marijuana.”

She then drew attention to a ballot measure this November that intends to legalize medical marijuana and apologized to viewers who may be upset.

Ballot Measure 2 is a way to make medical marijuana real…most patients didn’t know the state didn’t set up the framework to get patients their medicine. If I offended anyone, I apologize, but I’m not sorry for the choice that I made.

If her goal was to draw attention to the plight of medical marijuana patients, Greene succeeded brilliantly. If you want to show your own support for the Alaska Cannabis Club, visit their Facebook page.

Medical marijuana is used most often to treat nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy. It has also been used to treat pain associated with neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis. And it has been used by patients with multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and glaucoma.

Medical marijuana, however, is not legal in every state across the nation. Alaska Cannabis Club, in fact, is only able to operate because the state has murky laws regulating medical marijuana. Despite promising results, the lack of legalized marijuana restricts many patients from using it as a viable treatment option.

Charlo Greene quit her job in a unique way in an effort to make a difference in the lives of patients who seek to use marijuana to treat their afflictions. KTVA says they have “terminated” Greene. But that’s not the way it went down at all. She terminated them for a worthy cause, and it’s all on 35 seconds of awesome footage.