Biden’s America: the death of San Francisco: walking home from work you can see drugged people inject fentanyl in the middle of the street , corpses, disgust and despair. pic.twitter.com/lSWfa7oX16
— Jabbar J D (@JabbarJD1) June 1, 2023
At this point, the logical thing to do would be to start poisoning the drug supply to kill off all these junkies filling up the streets.
Instead, the White House wants to stop overdoses. No talk of even stopping use, just overdoses.
We gotta keep that drug addict occupation on the streets of every major city going.
President Joe Biden’s administration on Tuesday pledged an improved effort to combat drug overdoses that claimed the lives of about 100,000 Americans last year, using a White House summit to tout a multifaceted approach to tackle synthetic and illicit drugs such as the powerful opioid fentanyl.
“Today’s summit is needed because the global and regional drug environment has changed dramatically from just even a few years ago,” Rahul Gupta, director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, told the summit, being held jointly with public health officials from Mexico and Canada.
Gupta added that “synthetic drugs have truly become a global threat.”
More than 109,000 Americans died last year from drug overdoses, with about two-thirds of those involving synthetic drugs such as fentanyl, according to data shared during the summit.
An unprecedented number of people are dying from overdoses and poisonings in the United States, Mexico and Canada every year, Gupta said.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said a regional approach to deal with the overdose and addiction crisis is critical.
The Biden administration last month said it was seeking to meet with the makers of the life-saving medication naloxone, used to reverse opioid overdoses, in an effort to increase access and reduce cost.
Narcan should be made illegal.
If you’re dumb enough to overdose, or if you want to overdose, you should just die.
We do not have time for this crap.
#BREAKING: Another fentanyl overdose on the streets of #Seattle late Sunday evening. This time on King St. in #Chinatown-ID where a massive drug den and black market of stolen goods continues to thrive. Listen carefully to the woman doing chest compressions on her friend. She… pic.twitter.com/Pqy6ML8fo3
— Jonathan Choe Journalist (Seattle) (@choeshow) June 5, 2023