Feds Allegedly Cracking Down on Pill Mills

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 2, 2018

We all know someone who has had their life destroyed by opiates.

I am from a relatively affluent middle class background, and many close friends from childhood – where I grew up in an all white suburb – ended up as heroin addicts. A couple went to prison and a couple died.

This is a crisis and it happened under Obama because he hated white people. It’s something that it is really hard to stop Trump from fixing, because the only thing the Jews can say as to why they want these drugs to be everywhere in this country is “well, we want white people to die…”


A nationwide group of federal law enforcement officials are working to stop doctors who prescribe opioids to patients who don’t need them.

They are armed with new access to a broader array of prescription drug databases, Medicaid and Medicare figures, coroners’ records, and other numbers compiled by the Justice Department.

The department is providing the data to the Opioid Fraud and Abuse Detection Unit, which draws together officials in 12 regions. It shows which doctors are prescribing the most, how far patients travel to see them, and whether any have died within 60 days of getting a prescription.

Authorities have been going after so-called pill mills for years, but the new approach brings additional federal resources to bear.

We have effectively lost a generation to these drugs. Among other things.

My goal is to protect the kids.

I’ll admit – it’s selfish, in part.

I want them to fight a war for me.