There has been a little air of revolution in the last few days in the United States. Recent laws and political decisions against vaping ignite social networks, all over the country, vapers have decided to invade Twitter to defend vaping directly on the White House page with the hashtag "#We Vape, We Vote(We steam, we vote).
All over the United States, vapers have embarked on the social network Twitter to defend e-cigarettes. Thousands of messages have been flowing for several days on the White House page with a clear hashtag: "We Vape, We Vote».
- James Rabon (@JamesRabon8) October 18, 2019
After the many attacks on their lifestyle and against this smoking cessation tool, e-cigarette users have decided to defend themselves. President Donald Trump announced his support for a vaping flavor ban in September. Some states have temporarily banned the sale of vaping products or flavors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have warned populations asking to stop vaping until public health experts can find the cause of more than a thousand lung damage in the country .
The reaction of the owners of vape shops is increasingly strong! They argue that their small businesses and rights are being trampled upon even as they come up with an effective tool to get smokers out of tobacco.
«Rather than simply vote for a party, they could actually change their vote for anyone who comes forward and propose a real debate about vaping'To warned Alex Clark, CEO of the Association of Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives, a self-declared nonprofit for tobacco harm reduction in Plattsburgh, NY.
Good morning @realDonaldTrump when are you going to end this unconstitutional attack on flavored e-liquids? It is an attack on American adults Freedom. #WeVapeWeVote #flavorssavelives #vapingsaveslives #notAbot #vapeban
- Gail Smolinski (@GailSmolinski) October 18, 2019
Political groups note that vaping is an identity, not just a hobby. The conservative giant Grover norquist, including the group Americans for Tax Reform Welcomed more 200 vaping advocates last month in Washington, says it's an electorate that Trump should not ignore for 2020.
The vaping activists have already claimed some successes. Some human rights advocates now claim that this burgeoning anger could influence the vote of more than 10 million adult vapers and 20 000 owners of vape shops.
» Are there enough vapors to tip states like Michigan? " , added Matt Culley, influencer on Youtube. " Absolutely.«