Giggling CNN correspondent gets ‘contact high’ while reporting on pot

contact-highAs the media continues to celebrate the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado, CNN took it to a whole other level when a giggling reporter, feeling the effects of a self proclaimed “contact high,” touted the effects of getting stoned.

In a series titled, “Gone To Pot,” host Anderson Cooper spoke of “gonja-preneurs” looking to cash in on the “ground breaking experiment.” He introduced reporter Randi Kaye, who was highlighting “Cannabis Tours,” a marijuana limo tour of dispensaries in Colorado.

Her report found her in the back of a limousine while several people smoked marijuana, and Kaye can be seen getting increasingly silly as she reported.

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Cooper asked her how extensive her research in the back of the limo was, and Kaye, grinning ear to ear, said, “My brain was a little fuzzy by the time I got out of there.”

Anderson interjected to ask, “Really?”

“Oh yeah, I wasn’t thinking right, Kaye responded. “I couldn’t remember even some of the questions that I wanted to ask in the interview, which has never happened to me when I’m reporting in the field.”

“And I found things to be really funny, much funnier than I normally do, so I think we got a little bit of a contact high there,” she added.

Watch the video and see if you agree that CNN has certainly “gone to pot.”


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