10-month-old boy ingests fentanyl while playing at popular park in San Fran

One of the greatest sins of the corporate media, and there are many, may be the turning of its collective back on the unprecedented, even historic, tragedy that accompanies the wide open southern border with Mexico that, for all intents and purposes, is being orchestrated by the Biden White House in an attempt to artificially manipulate voter demographics in America.

With more than 5 million illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S. under Biden’s short watch, migrants are dying by the hundreds. At least 853 migrants died trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border unlawfully in the past 12 months, according to CBS News, which cited Border Patrol data, which makes fiscal year 2022 the deadliest year for migrants recorded by the U.S. government.

But those numbers are small when compared to the tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S. attributed to fentanyl, which pours across the often unprotected border — Border Patrol agents are preoccupied with facilitating the thousands crossing into the country on a daily basis. The crisis reaches all throughout America, as seen in San Francisco this week when a 10-month-old boy ingested fentanyl while playing at a popular park.

The baby’s father, Ivan Matkovic, told ABC& News that he thought he was going to lose his baby, who had been playing in the grass with his twin brother at Moscone Park when suddenly, the child started turning blue and struggling to breathe.

“When I first arrived, he was actually lying motionless on the ground in the park. He was on the grass on his back. They were pumping air. There was a mask with some apparatus and you are just like, what could cause this? It’s a shock,” Matkovic said.

San Francisco firefighters and paramedics arrived on the scene within two minutes of being called, and the family said medical records pointed to an “accidental fentanyl overdose.” The young boy would survive, being discharged after six hours in the hospital.

“They told me after the fact that they had used Narcan, because based on their experience and their training they suspected opioids,” the father said. “I was just like, how does a 10-month-old get into opioids at a playground at a park?”

Somewhat surprisingly, San Francisco Board of Supervisors Matt Dorsey also spoke about criminal justice being part of the problem — many Democrat-run cities offer drug-friendly environments where progressive prosecutors are slow to prosecute.

“I think it has to start with criminal justice and I think we have to go after the drug dealers,” Dorsey said. “We have to incentivize people who are active in their addictions to get out of their addictions.”

Tom Tillison


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