'Blackface' Trudeau Can't Escape Furious Angel Mom
YouTuber Viva Frei stumbled across a woman in Ottawa with a giant poster of her son on the side of her car. The woman says that she lost her son to tyrannical lockdown measures:
“This is my son Jake,” she said, pointing to the picture. “He was 34 years old, he died January 1, new year’s day of 2021. His little girl turned a year old on Christmas eve, he died at home of a fentanyl overdose, his cocaine was poisoned with fentanyl. He had been in recovery, he had been working, he had been having a really good year, one of the best years he’d had in a long time. And then these shutdowns came along, and then no more work, no more gyms, no more AA meetings.”
The mother, who unfortunately is not identified in the video, had more to share. Sadly, she didn't just lose one son:
“Seven months later I lost my older son, 36 years old, the same thing, a fentanyl overdose. His job was gone, couldn’t leave the house. This is what Trudeau has done. This is what these lockdowns have done.”
— Viva Frei (@thevivafrei) February 9, 2022
According to the DEA, there is significant risk that illegal drugs have been intentionally contaminated with fentanyl. Because of its potency and low cost, drug dealers have been mixing fentanyl with other drugs including heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine, increasing the likelihood of a fatal interaction.
Producing illicit fentanyl is not an exact science. Two milligrams of fentanyl can be lethal depending on a person’s body size, tolerance and past usage. DEA analysis has found counterfeit pills ranging from .02 to 5.1 milligrams (more than twice the lethal dose) of fentanyl per tablet.
Make no mistake, the rise in fentanyl deaths has gone up under lockdown measures. To me, her outrage is valid because a lot of people lost hope during those early months without work and socialization.