America is in the grips of something far more sinister than the liberal media, (believe it or not), and one Georgia high school received a stark reminder of that this morning.
Sure, the nation’s political upheaval isn’t anything to scoff at, with the radical left continuing their march toward a neo-Fascist revolution at the end of another long, bloody Civil War. They’ve made this abundantly clear with their aversion to free speech, hatred of the Second Amendment, and their disdain for American traditionalism. Nothing will ever be good enough, therefore, progression must never stop.
It’s a poor way to go through life, but I’m done beating my head against the wall attempting to convince them otherwise.
Scarier still than the idea of another “war between the states”, and far more pressing an issue, is the nation’s out of control opioid epidemic, fueled by the soulless pharmaceutical industry who’ve been peddling addictive painkillers for decades.
Now, as our nation correctly cracks down on the amount of these heavy duty narcotics in circulation, medically addicted patients are incredibly turning to street-bought heroin to get their fix thanks to its abundance and the fact that Mexican cartel heroin is now cheaper than prescription pills such as Oxycontin and Vicodin, seeing as both drugs are opioid based.
Things have gotten so bad, particularly in suburban and rural areas, that teachers and coaches are having a hard time refraining from indulging their dope habits while at work with our children.
Raquel Eleana Spencer, 29, was acting bizarrely at Northwest Whitfield High School and that’s when administrators discovered she was carrying heroin, according to the Dalton Daily Citizen.
Students and staff noticed Spencer acting erratically before telling school officials, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The teacher reportedly gave school officials consent to a search where the drug was found on her.
“Since the safety of our students and staff is a top priority in our schools, the [school resource officer] asked the teacher if she would consent to a search. The teacher consented to the search. The officer found an illegal substance which led to her arrest,” Whitfield County Schools spokesman Eric Beavers told the Dalton Daily Citizen.
Spencer was charged with heroin possession and was booked into the Whitfield County Jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was also believed to have been under the influence of narcotics when she was arrested, Whitfield County Sheriff Scott Chitwood said.
President Trump has made the opioid epidemic one of the top priorities of his administration, and given his success rate on complicated subjects such as North Korea, we can only have the highest hopes for his war on addictive, prescribed painkillers and the destructive habits that they beget.
Furthermore, as marijuana becomes more widely available in America, the opioid trade could take a major hit, at least according to reports out of locales in which they’ve given ganja the green light.