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Nov 14 2017

Flakka: As if It Weren’t Already Crazy Enough Out There

Only one thing could be crazier than a moonbat: a moonbat on flakka. From Sullivan, Missouri:

Four people went on a rampage, barking and yelling, breaking into buildings, even stripping off their clothes and showering in soda water, police say. [Police] suspect the synthetic drug flakka is behind the behavior.

Barking is apparently a common symptom of both moonbattery and flakka use. Other symptoms are less benign:

In one highly publicized Florida case, a man reportedly high on flakka gnawed on and disfigured another man’s face before he was shot to death by police. Another user tried to break down the door of a police station in Fort Lauderdale, and a few weeks later, a man impaled himself while trying to climb a fence around the same station.

“If it feels good, do it,” the hippies used to say. By now people are starting to figure out that what might feel good at first doesn’t necessarily feel good for long.

On a tip from Bodhisattva.



  • C. S. P. Schofield

    It does more than SOUND like ‘bath salts’, it borrows one of the shock stories from the short-lived bath salts hysteria; the Florida attack. I’m in my ’50’s, and in my life I have seen the same stories recycled over and over in the service of the War On Drugs con-job.

    I expect that flakka (whatever the hell it is) is just as life destroying as most of the illegal drugs. But I also expect that most of the stories we will be treated to in the coming months are utter hogwash. And ultimately one cannot prevent self-destructive people from their aim. The drug prohibitions are expensive, destructive, and don’t flipping work. Time we dropped them, if only to see if their absence would be worse.

  • OldSailor

    One or two more treatments and their conversion to ‘Barking Moonbat’ will be complete.

  • C. S. P. Schofield

    Frankly, I think you’re buying a line of bull. Every time I check the statistics last reported I run into about the same numbers Low teens millions use once a month or more, With sightly over ten of those million data being pot. Maybe it’s changed recently, but I looked in ’98, in ’07, and in ’14 and it was the same story; of a population of about 300 million, the DEA (which has no reason to downplay the issue) consistently says about 7 million are regular hard drug users. Slightly over 2%. And it has been slightly over 2% for years.

    Keep in mind, the government wants you to be frightened by a Drug Epidemic. It serves them no useful purpose if you realize that we barely have a Drug-Case-Of-The-Sniffles.

  • Jester

    As long as these freaks (and all leftists) continue to vote Democrat forever, their continued existence will continue to be allowed forever.

  • Callawyn

    How could they tell that they were high? Nothing in their behavior would have given that away.

    Should make a quiz: Liberal or Flakka, and list a bunch of things that have actually been done by both, to see if anyone can figure out which behaviors were due merely to being liberal and which to being high on Flakka.

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