We’ve heard a lot about the opioid problem and its political ramifications over the past couple years, about how the worse an area was ravaged by opioid addiction, the better Trump did in the area, about how folks in diners in Fentanyl Falls, Wisconsin think Trump is doing a great job, and so on.
But the Trump administration still gets way with letting clowns like this run its drug policy:
A former Trump campaign worker appointed at age 23 to a top position in the White House’s drug policy office had been let go from a job at a law firm because he repeatedly missed work, a partner at the firm said.
Let’s change things in November. Here’s the Balloon Juice fund that is split equally among eventual Democratic nominees in House districts currently held by Republicans.