Drug Bust Riddles New York City As New Reality Emerges

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New York City is quickly becoming one of the world’s drug capitals. Law enforcement officers boasted that they had found one of the largest rainbow fentanyl stashes in the city’s history. Their new record would soon fall to another stash of Fentanyl found just a few days later. And it was all made possible because of the Democrats running the city.

Rainbow fentanyl is a highly addictive substance that can kill quickly and physically hurt users. People addicted to the drug are risking their lives every time they use the demon drug.
Two people were arrested in connection to the stash of drugs. Both of them have been charged with drug and firearm charges. The people were hidden away in a Bronx apartment guarding the deadly substance.

Inside the apartment were 300,000 pills and 22 pounds of the drug in powdered form. The drugs were estimated to have a $9 million value on the streets of New York. The drug bosses have gotten bold in the way that they transport and sell their killer pills. One woman was found to be carrying 15,000 pills in a Lego container.

City officials do not seem to care about the amazing finds that law enforcement officers are coming across. They are more concerned about letting a child undergo life-altering surgery than protecting citizens from the criminals that get to roam the streets freely.

Frank Tarentino is the DEA Special Agent in charge of the find. CNN reported that he stated that “Hundreds of thousands of lethal pills were lying in wait in a Bronx apartment to be unleashed onto our streets. In today’s world, the potential to overdose is dangerously high. There is no quality control in these fake pills and it only takes two milligrams of Fentanyl to be lethal.”

President Joe Biden’s willingness to open the southern border has led to a sharp increase in crime. Democratic leaders in New York City decided to make the city a sanctuary where illegals could go to avoid being deported by immigration officials. And the decision to reduce police funding has led to a sharp increase in drug trafficking.

The major drug bust in New York City may not come off as a surprise to most people. But the DEA released a statement on their website that “Since August 2022, DEA and our law enforcement partners seized brightly-colored Fentanyl and fentanyl pills in 26 states. Dubbed ‘rainbow fentanyl’ in the media, this trend appears to be a new method used by drug cartels to sell highly addictive and potentially deadly Fentanyl made to look like candy to children and young people.”

The part the media refuses to tell people about is that the drug looks like candy. Young kids are exposed to it because they think it is a sugary substance that will taste good. But once the pill is popped into their mouth, they quickly realize they made a huge mistake. And before they can spit out the substance, they are fighting for their lives in the hospital or the back of an ambulance.

There was a reason why the woman carried her 15,000 pills in a Lego box. The container misleads kids into thinking that what is inside is harmless and safe to consume. The drug cartels and their pushers do not care about the people they feed their drugs to. All they want is money.

CNN also reported that “Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that’s highly addictive. It makes the user feel like they are on an eternal high as they lay there fighting for their lives. It can be up to 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine.”

Law enforcement officers want to stress the importance that parents know what their kids are consuming. Halloween will be the perfect time for drug pushers to hide their drugs as they try and push them onto the kids hoping to get them addicted. Once the child or adult is addicted, they will do anything to get more of the drug.