Sen. Elizabeth Warren Says The Rock Would Be in Her Dream Blunt Rotation

Warren, who supports the legalization of marijuana, was asked to pick four people she'd want to share a blunt with — and she "hypothetically" answered with confidence

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren; The Rock

Count action star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson among those in Sen. Elizabeth Warren's "dream blunt rotation." In fact, he'd be the only one in the Democrat's rotation, if given the choice.

Speaking on an episode of Pod Save America this week about the legalization of marijuana (of which the senator is a proponent), Warren was asked by host Jon Favreau to pick from a list of people with whom she'd like to share a blunt.

"For those who aren't familiar, a dream blunt rotation is a group of people you'd hypothetically like to smoke weed with, because they'd be a really fun time," Favreau said on the show.

"Okay, hypothetically," Warren responded. "So, all I'm really telling you, this has nothing to do with weed. This is just, 'Who do you think is fun?' These are people you'd go get pedicures with."

Warren was asked to select her four-person rotation from a list of names including Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Janet Yellen, The Rock and fellow Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey.

"Oh — The Rock!" Warren exclaimed. "Oh, I'm stopping there. I'm just doing The Rock four times."

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Favreau then interjected with more names he hadn't mentioned yet, saying, "I [also] had Nancy Pelosi, Snoop Dogg, Chuck Schumer, and Taylor Swift."

"Uh, I'm still with The Rock," Warren said.

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Warren, who was first elected to the Senate in 2012 and launched an unsuccessful bid for the White House in 2020, is currently running for a third Senate term in 2024.

The former Harvard Law professor counts the legalization of marijuana as part of her platform on her campaign website, writing, "legalizing marijuana gives us an opportunity to begin to repair the damage caused by our current criminal justice system."

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