August 31, 2019
Trying to arrest people for opioids is like trying to count all of the grains of sand on a beach. There are too many of these drugs and too many people involved to solve this problem without serious structural changes being made.
I’m glad they’re trying.
Law enforcement officers in Virginia have seized enough fentanyl to kill 14 million people, busting a massive three-state drug ring as part of what they called “Operation Cookout.” Thirty-five suspects were arrested, and four others are on the run.
“This opioid crisis is not an issue that is happening someplace else, or to someone else. It’s happening right here in Norfolk,” said G. Zachary Terwilliger, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.
In total, authorities seized over 30 kilograms of fentanyl, 30 kilograms of heroin, five kilograms of cocaine and over $700,000. It’s the largest drug takedown in Virginia in 15 years. They also seized roughly 24 firearms, including an AK-47.
“We’re not talking about $500 and $600 deals, we’re talking hundreds of thousands of dollars,” Terwilliger said. “You know, $20,000 in the trunk of somebody’s car in a gym bag, you know, behind a local restaurant.”
Terwilliger said the bust spanned three states and that one of the 39 people charged ordered fentanyl from Shanghai and had it delivered to Virginia through the mail.
“The last thing we want is for the U.S. Postal Service to become the nation’s largest drug dealer,” he added.
Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult said the case should serve as a warning to other dealers. “If you’re out there, you’re using firearms, you’re dealing drugs and you’re hurting people in our communities, this is the group of people that’s coming after you,” he said. “And we’re relentless.”
Yeah, but it doesn’t really matter if you are relentless because this is a national problem and no one is going to have a hard time moving drugs from Michigan to Virginia.
This problem needs to be dealt with on a national level, and it needs to be dealt with by killing drug dealers and users on the streets. And yet somehow, far from killing dealers, Donald Trump is following Jew Jared Kushner’s plan and releasing drug dealers from prison.
The drug problem in America is not an issue of law enforcement failure, it is an issue of systematic and purposeful abuse of the population by the Jews.
The opioid crisis was entirely ignited by OxyContin, which was purposefully distributed by the Jewish Sackler family, owner of Purdue Pharma. Then people graduated to heroin, and it is the Jews who lobbied for open borders with Mexico, where all this heroin is run across. Then they start releasing drug dealers from prison and say there will be no punishment for selling or using drugs.
Until we deal with the fact that the Jews want the goyim on drugs, we are not going to be able to solve the drug problem.