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Border Crisis: Fentanyl Overdoses Surpasses COVID-19 As Leading Cause Of Death In America


The border crisis the Biden Administration has refused to deal with or even remotely try to help with, has now caused more deaths than COVID-19 in people aged 18-45.

By fentanyl overdose.

As the cartels lace opioid drugs with an undetermined amount of fentanyl combined with the opioid epidemic in America, it has quickly become a disastrous problem.

And the most deadly one at that.

According to the Post Millennial:

For the timeframe between January 1st 2020 and December 15th 2021, 53,000 people have died of COVID-19. But as many as 79,000 people have died from fentanyl.

This was spotlighted by Fox News who highlighted parties that raised the alarm about recently published CDC data.
The Families Against Fentanyl activist group highlighted the issue of fentanyl poisoning to their Twitter feed on Wednesday.


This comes as no shock after learning the border encounters are up 140 percent compared to last year:

Our states by the border are ransacked, desperate for help, declaring state of emergencies and building walls themselves to try to curtail what is happening at the border.

In addition to calling upon help from other states.

To further cement the issues arising at the border, the FBI has now confirmed the cartels activities are spilling over into America.

People everywhere are outraged by the growing border crisis:

Infuriating isn’t it?

Our representatives need to speak up against the madness and remind the dems what the REAL problems are.

One last reminder: Just say no to drugs, especially now, absolutely no exceptions.

Even marijuana is slowly starting to get laced with fentanyl. Be careful folks!


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