Philadelphia’s open-air drug crisis is spiraling even more out of control, as Mexican cartel-supplied drugs flow largely unheeded over an open southern border, Sara Carter reported in a Thursday “Hannity” exclusive.
Philadelphia, which is exponentially closer to the northern border than the southern one, continues to experience a heroin, meth and fentanyl epidemic — prominently in the long-troubled Kensington neighborhood, east of Temple University and north of Old City.
Carter recounted traveling through block after block of the neighborhood, prominently marked by the El train that forms its proverbial backbone, witnessing untold numbers of people shooting up unknown illicit substances.
She said, “Just so you can get a perspective here, 95% of the narcotics here in Philadelphia, according to law enforcement sources I’ve spoken to today, are coming from the Sinaloa Cartel.”
Carter continued, “This fentanyl is coming across the border. Those fentanyl-precursor chemicals are coming from none other than Communist China. They are coming to our streets and they are literally paralyzing our communities.”
Carter spoke to one addict on the street about what was going on in her life and how she handles the addiction.
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@SaraCarterDC Is in Blue City #Philadelphia nicknamed the zombie’s City, Over 70 years of miserable Democratic mayors and long-standing municipal corruption,
Has brought this city to its knees, What’s the plan? Fentanyl is killing the young @MariaQSanchezhttps://t.co/PBvpAe2C5V
— Real Hamlet Garcia (@Hamletgarcia17) January 20, 2023
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