Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Cal affirmative action appointee suffer horse radish

"I'm starting my career as a United States Senator at the height of the opioid crisis," Harris told the crowd. "And folks, let me tell you: These crises have so much more in common than what separates them."She then listed a series of headlines to illustrate the viciousness with which people addicted to crack — most of whom were characterized as black — were treated, versus the compassion with which opioid users, largely painted by the media as white, are discussed. "As you can see, this is not a black and brown issue," she said. "This is not an urban and blue state issue. It has always been an American issue."
Absolutely made up horse manure.  

The drugs effect completely   completely different parts of the brain and have different distribution networks; opoids come from the medical establishment, mostly via government payments.

Our appointee needs to shut up and serve tea.

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