Dr. Carl L Hart: Why We Need To Change Our Perspective On Drugs – Extended Interview |The Daily Show

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Published on April 6, 2021

Dr. Carl L. Hart discusses his new book “Drug Use for Grown-Ups,” why not all drug users are addicts, and the reasons why drugs were outlawed in the first place. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #CarlLHart

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  • Jenn W 1 year ago

    Dang, Trevor put this guy thru the ringer. Much appreciated, it helped him articulate his views!

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  • Chinese Sparrows 1 year ago

    “Vices” are often symptoms rather than the cause resulting from a void of alternative choice or info

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  • SailorMoon 1 year ago

    you are making the Doctor blushed…he’s a moderate man. Don’t mess with my wine and my beers. LOL Individual Moderation in every consumption.

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  • Carol Morris 1 year ago

    >publicity>acceptance>legality = illegal. Death is =abuse. Abuse was because of legality of drugs. This is a no win situation for anyone.

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  • Slamurai Matt 1 year ago

    My favorite drug counselor.

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  • streaming service 1 year ago

    I listened however, there is still something missing. Maybe when I read the book it may fill the gap.

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  • MrPiratebrain 1 year ago

    I grew up in the 70s and 80s I know the damage drugs can do.

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  • Youtube user 1 year ago

    I thought rehab was a safety net for people on drugs 🥴

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  • L G 1 year ago

    No conscious human being believes Mr. Floyd died because of drugs. A defense attorney pulling at straws.

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  • Ra Li 1 year ago

    Empty words. Trevor, you are horrible.

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  • Hodgies Wife 1 year ago

    Before Big Gov got a hold of monetizing Schedule C drugs, people were free to decide for themselves. Doctors used to prescribe some of these drugs. Plus, regardless if it’s legal or not, people will still find a way. The professor’s persective is very Libertarian 🙌

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  • Gwendolyn Hinson 1 year ago

    The Victor who has the money, controls indoctrinated narrative that programs the mass public! LoveLove

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  • Nebby1989 1 year ago

    Trev said you could have illegal alcohol because it has too much alcohol. This is false, no amount of alcohol is illegal. Everclear is 95% ethanol and is sold in most liquor stores.

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  • Youtube user 1 year ago

    Stop using drug use as an excuse for police brutality and racism! If a black man killed George Floyd there wouldn’t have even been a toxicology report!

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  • M HB 1 year ago

    Dr. Carl is make us all think. By the way, Dr. Carl isn’t saying go buy drugs off the street!

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  • Bridget O 1 year ago

    Hmmm not quite swayed yet !!but I suppose we should look at the topic through a multiple perspective 🤔

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  • Queen Karla 1 year ago

    Why did i just get SO excited because me and Trevor have on the same color Hoodie 😍 Then I remembered that this was probably taped yesterday 🥴🍫

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  • Charles Lynch 1 year ago

    Hey Trevor how’s it going man thanks for posting this is Dr Hart incredible I’m glad to see that you’re bringing out the true light about drugs and the greed of money

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  • Benson Benson 1 year ago

    One of the best books I have ever read.

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  • Posy Gibbs 1 year ago

    0:29
    voh.today

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  • Honey 1 year ago

    Dr. Hart is a legitimate voice of sanity.

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  • Eastern Healing Arts 1 year ago

    15:40-42 is an alteration in The voice I need to let you know that entities the boogeyman the devil benefit from manipulating the consciousness of this country Osiris is the entity that the Pentagon worships and that is gold that is the Federal reserve and rothschilds this is the second war on drugs this is repeating a pattern that happened before the Egyptian empires fall

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  • Mike K 1 year ago

    9 million followers and 7000 views.
    Hey Noah you do know you can buy views too dont you?

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  • Eastern Healing Arts 1 year ago

    ~~~`the history of mankind is one of expanding consciousness at certain high social infrastructure stress points by using mind expanding substances there’s also a spiritual side that says that if they are used for the wrong reasons the person can open themselves up to entities I would probably say this is a groundbreaking forefront of a battle against the current structure and consciousness of humanity heading into a new age of Horus and Reuben~~~

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  • Eastern Healing Arts 1 year ago

    ~~~my husband uses substances to detox his body and allow him to do deeper transcendental meditations he creates a ritual and a routine that includes a safe space and this is called Shadow work or shamanism and it’s important to teach these things~~~

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  • Moeketsi Mokoena 1 year ago

    Nna ke Hana tsohle tseo motho enwa a di buwang! We should normalize drug use because others are legal anyway? Come on

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  • Sunrae McDonald 1 year ago

    drugs are no more the problem for addiction than guns are the problem for murders. People are the problem, for all their problems. Everybody wants to blame something other than themselves for their problems. We are a nation of adolescence. Adults know themselves and deal with it.

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  • Kristen Majesky 1 year ago

    When everything is NOT about the money we will know peace.

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  • Sunrae McDonald 1 year ago

    Drugs are banned because this is a Christian Nation…Puritan and Evangelical influence is very history in US politics and policies.

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  • Kristen Majesky 1 year ago

    Amen and hallelujah to this man

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  • Kristen Majesky 1 year ago

    Every time a drug is stigmatized it is 100% related to race

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  • First World Properties 1 year ago

    Drug use is a symptom of another deeper condition. Very articulate incorrect argument. Well done.

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  • Domonique Williams 1 year ago

    True their are functional people and our society should do well to identity and treat addiction rather than just throwing people in jail or alienating people. I just think the hard stuff might be a stretch until the fight with marijuana and other lesser things are not put down badly in more places in the country

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  • Whateverhappenedthere 1 1 year ago

    Floyd overdosed

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  • hertzer2000 1 year ago

    <----Responsible pothead. I don't think I could take society without it.

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  • Gaara of the FUNk! 1 year ago

    “They’re making too much money off it this!!”
    “Ban it.”
    Then…. the money earning flow shifts ways.

    Anything can be bad, if is not moderated. But whether is something legal or banned, that choice still up to oneself, because is not like it doesn’t find a way into neighborhoods.

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  • Josh War Rey 1 year ago

    What great timing as I’m about to continue my class lesson on substance abuse. Thanks to Dr Hart for keepin it real and simple for us laypersons to understand

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  • Don Robertson 1 year ago

    Drug use is the only thing that has kept me sane in this society. My mental health is more important than your hypocrite laws.

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  • Something To Consider 1 year ago

    Woah Trevor you are using your influence in a way that could lead to a lot of harm to a lot of people This guy is making a lot of statements that are not based in fact. Not buying it.

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  • Island House 1 year ago

    Everyone should send video to the breakfast and show CTG and DJ Envy this interview. But Angie is cool though

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  • Mark Dunn 1 year ago

    So no one thinks legalization of Heroine is dumb.I think we are giving people too much credit. The drugs he wants to legalize are crazy. I want folks driving around on hard drugs.

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  • V Thomas 1 year ago

    THANK YOU FOR PUTTING DR. HART ON YOUR SHOW! 👏👏🙌🙌 all the naysayers really should watch his TedTalks

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  • Selisa Grimes 1 year ago

    Thank you Dr. Hart! Your brilliance will place truth were it belongs – in our heads and heart.

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  • TonyAM 1 year ago

    This interview blew my mind.

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  • Royalty Loyalty 1 year ago

    I have been saying this for years!!!! This will also decrease the demand for drugs from outside of the country

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  • StepBro 1 year ago

    Trevor Noah’s entire career ‘Trump, am I right?’

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  • Reddy 1 year ago

    Finally!! I am saying this since I am 13 years old!!!

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  • Angie Mcgahey 1 year ago

    Mate, your hair must be on drugs .. its crazy town. Love 💘 it.

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  • GBAUTO 1 year ago

    Kudos to Dr. Hart. I completely agree that drug use is an integral part of ALL societies. If your goal is to reduce damage to society, then allow the users to make informed decisions AND more importantly, ensure that you KNOW what you’re getting…

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  • imFROZeN 1 year ago

    I haven’t read the book and honestly didn’t understand his argument for the first half of the video but what I have gathered is, drugs aren’t the problem, it’s people’s conditions (emotional health, unemployment, socioeconomic conditions) that we should be looking to address. But in our current society we get distracted, antagonize drug use, and miss the real story

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  • shanefanon 1 year ago

    he is a FOOL.

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  • Cannabis king 420 1 year ago

    I approve this message💯👍

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  • happyfairyjerry 1 year ago

    Love this interview 😊 the hippies had it right in the 70’s all we need is love man😂(and drugs)

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  • 4uptoheaven 1 year ago

    Drugs keep PEOPLE ASLEEP spiritually. If countries don’t want drugs they don’t have them.

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  • Richard W. Bradford 1 year ago

    Excellent ! We need this info . Thanks Dr. Hart

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  • Rio 1 year ago

    Now I’m starting to heard things that don’t make sense. Part of it makes sense but to blame society on the reason people abuse drugs smh. No man drugs are bad. With his logic if a responsible person looses his job he will become addicted, end up dead or do something dangerous. No man

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  • Barbara McSpadden 1 year ago

    What. What, What? How can the movies be where the convo starts. How many people in this country don’t see drug users in real life? Huh. Guess I just live in the part where there’s drug use. I’m sorry for the Harm Reduction uninformed i.e. D.A.R.E. grads who got introduced to drug of all kinds.

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  • Juan's Dawon 1 year ago

    Wow!! Absolutely Wow!! I am dumbfounded by this. Absolutely brilliant!!! I love this Dr. Very thought provoking.

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  • Kongolox 1 year ago

    i coulnt finish the video.. the amount of BS this spewing is baffling!

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  • Sk 1 year ago

    I do drugs

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  • Andres Cabezas 1 year ago

    As usual a great interview. Two smart people…

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  • Nocturnal Emissions 1 year ago

    It’s known that drug abuse (just like teen pregnancy) goes down when people are educated about it. You are less likely to die of an overdose if you know what an overdose amount is. When people are educated they can spot the symptoms of an overdose earlier and save a life. But Americans love ignorance, especially when that ignorance makes people money.

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  • Zesty 1 year ago

    1:15 70-80% of users are not addicted. On the other hand, 20-30% are addicted. Bit of a risk, no?

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  • Miriam 1 year ago

    Drug use is not the cause of problems, it’s a symptom.

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  • Tyrvin Odinson 1 year ago

    This is one of the best things you have ever done Trevor

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  • VGrin 1 year ago

    I think this man’s drug use is clouding his mind.
    Edit: I wrote this before watching the end of the video and when he said that drugs were banned because of racism, I was proven right.
    Also George Floyd said “I can’t breathe” while he was still standing up on the sidewalk, while he was sitting in the back of the police car, way before he was lying down and Chauvin had his knee on his neck. He was saying that because the drugs clouded his mind. How could he have not been able to breathe if he was just normally standing on the sidewalk?

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  • Julie Joy Allen 1 year ago

    Well done Trevor for getting Carl Hart for a proper interview, most TV shows would not do this.

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  • Adi Pike 1 year ago

    This is such an excellent interview!

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  • RD Parialated 1 year ago

    this interview was cut from the daily show i downloaded (dont hate on me for downloading) also who else got a ad after this video against drug use, showing actual criminal drug users…

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  • Sandra Asilda 1 year ago

    Crazy bit you Trevor but the thought of his saying scared me and make me concerned

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  • Aneliya Predoeva 1 year ago

    People, do not need drugs to make their lifes better or happier, and I am speaking from a personal experience, I have never tried anything in my 55 years ,a part from alcohol and tobacco!
    Since we already have legalised alcohol and tobacco and see the devastating effects of these two on those who are addicted , I don’t see the need to legally endorse further addictions ,this will just create another brunch of industry ,to enrich certain people! Nothing to do with race, or anything else, it’s all about being responsible parent, raising your children aware of the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, and personal choices .

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  • Seed Ca 1 year ago

    Wait, does this dude uses heroine?

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  • Yoder023 1 year ago

    Wow. Someone who’s seeing things how I see them…..

    Now the pressure is on to not get addicted to anything. LOL

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  • Mary Bianca 1 year ago

    Alcohol is the gateway drug period!

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  • The Cold Poet 1 year ago

    Prince knew. He obviously knew, celebrities can get the best drugs if they’re seeking for that. It’s preposterous that he didn’t know. But truth all plants are not inherently anything, humans interfere, followed by inherent danger and death.

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  • The Cold Poet 1 year ago

    I still think it screams of a grift. But a highly impressive one and quite original. Kinda of.

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  • The Cold Poet 1 year ago

    They also banned alcohol to stop Irish workers from congregating and forming Unions.

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  • popeopera 1 year ago

    Here’s to the wisdom of recognizing your own ignorance, based on what people thought they knew.
    Knowledge=Experience
    If you don’t have it; you don’t really know it.

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  • udntknwme cuzidntknwme 1 year ago

    Hi, I use amphetamines… ’cause that’s what my adhd medication is… 👍

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