Democrats, the MSM, and the PC police have attacked the “evil (in their minds)” Donald J. Trump as a racist because he stated that some Mexican
Illegal Immigrants(oops I mean) criminally trespassing aliens of bringing drugs in from Mexico and selling them in the United States.
What Trump said was indelicate, but he didn’t mean all Mexicans although to be perfectly honest he could have been clearer.
When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.
Now I know it’s racist to even contemplate the thought, but the Daily Caller, is reporting a deadly heroin hybrid as well as synthetic heroin mixes are being produced in China and coming into the United States directly from China, but also being imported from
Mexico you know—that place I can’t name because I will be called a racist, and from Canada.
As the demand for heroin has skyrocketed in recent years — use is up over 300 percent between 2007 and 2014 — drug dealers have started to mix heroin with newer, more potent drugs to increase their profits. The most dangerous of these new drugs is called fentanyl. Practically an urban legend at the start of the decade, fentanyl has killed thousands since 2013 when its use exploded. Now, fentanyl plays a role in the majority of opioid overdose deaths in many states like New Hampshire where 71.5 percent of all opioid deaths can be traced to fentanyl.
A new report released by the DEA last week details how fentanyl is now also being sold off as prescription opioid painkillers, like Percocet and Norco, without the customers’ knowledge. Fentanyl has also been found in counterfeit Xanax pills, which is frightening because the common anti-anxiety medicine is not an opioid to begin with.
Raw fentanyl and its precursors are produced in China before being shipped to Mexico, Canada, and the United States, where regional drug dealers use industrial pill presses to make the counterfeit pharmaceuticals.