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Feb 10 2020

Buttigieg: Decriminalize Heroin and Meth

To get an idea of how radical the Democrat Party has become, consider that, as Joe Biden’s wheels come loose, Pete Buttigieg is emerging as the main “moderate” candidate. His sole political qualification, other than having served as the mediocre mayor of a nondescript town, is that he is “married” to another homosexual. Mayor Pete has a plan to deal with the drug epidemic: decriminalize everything, even heroin and meth.

The alleged moderate has proclaimed this radical stance previously. He may actually mean it.

Context from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

From 1999 to 2017, more than 702,000 people have died from a drug overdose. In 2017, more than 70,000 people died from drug overdoses, making it a leading cause of injury-related death in the United States.

Per the CDC, “130 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose.”

The ready availability of illicit drugs and the wink and nod attitude of the authorities are largely responsible for the zombie apocalypse that has engulfed Left Coast cities in the form of massive homelessness (see here, here, here, and here).

Good thing Mayor Pete doesn’t work for the fire department. He would try to put out the flames with gasoline.

Other moderate views of Peter the Pomeranian Prince include his assertion that Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and one of the greatest of the Founding Fathers, should go down the memory hole for being politically incorrect.

On tips from R F and Mr. Freemarket.

3 Responses to “Buttigieg: Decriminalize Heroin and Meth”

  1. […] of South Bend, Indiana. But his extremism does not stop with wanting to erase Thomas Jefferson and decriminalize heroin. On the topic of infanticide, Mayor Pete could be out there in Ralph Northam […]

  2. […] are not moderate at all, even in the context of a party dominated by maniacs. Buttigieg favors decriminalizing heroin and meth, erasing Thomas Jefferson, and infanticide. Biden denounces “white man’s […]

  3. […] There is no need to stop at passing out free needles to facilitate drug addiction. Doctors can write scripts for taxpayer-financed heroin, a logical step following its decriminalization. […]

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