Mexican drug cartels, Chinese manufacturers of illegal and toxic fentanyl, and the low-life scum that pushes the product in U.S. cities are some of the most despicable people to have ever roamed the planet.  

A fact reinforced by the news that now rainbow-colored fentanyl pills that resemble cand and sidewalk chalk are streaming into this country through Mexico. On Wednesday of this week, border police found the tablets strapped to the leg of a smuggler entering the U.S. at the Nogales Port of Entry, just outside Arizona. 

That was the second day in a row officials discovered someone trying to sneak the lethal tablets in. The news gets worse; border officials believe this is the start of a trend, with criminal organizations intentionally targeting children in this sick scheme.

At the same port of entry, agents found over 250,000 colorful fentanyl death tablets inside a vehicle, along with 10 pounds of meth and 11 pounds of heroin.  The total tally of fentanyl pills confiscated in just one week, from July 31 to August 7, was 1.1 million. 

Those are the numbers of pills that heroic border agents stopped from getting into American cities; imagine the amount that sneaks through. 

Jennifer Lofland, a DEA field intelligence manager, told a TV station in DC this. 

“My biggest concern and I think the biggest concern of DEA nationwide, is that the pills seem to be marketed specifically to a younger age group.  Some of the multi-colored pills that we’ve been testing in our labs recently, particularly a recent batch that appeared to be children’s chewable vitamins, were tested by our lab as containing both fentanyl and methamphetamine.”

The tablets are showing up now in cities around the country, and the concern is that kids and young adults will take this because they are mistaken for candy. 

This is just another way that evil drug cartels and drug dealers find new techniques to introduce drugs to kids at a young age. 

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