The Seattle Times can’t figure out why fentanyl is flooding our streets. It’s hard to justify or understand what the paper claims.
Lauren Girgis penned an article explaining how fentanyl, in particular, ends up in Seattle. But the article contains one superfluous sentence that should catch our attention: “But why and how fentanyl is showing up in force in Seattle now, after years of ravaging the East Coast, is less obvious.”
It’s less obvious how and why fentanyl is in Seattle? Seriously? Girgis and her editors are either shamelessly lying to protect their ideological bias or are so embarrassingly ignorant that it should disqualify the paper from tackling the drug
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