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Donald Trump and His Drug Laws

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Donald Trump has spoken and it’s gonna affect some of our US partners. He’s focusing on making tougher laws on drug dealers, and for the big fish, he’s even considering the death sentence. This isn’t pretty because the US is a good market, it’s a prime destination for our drugs, plus the US currency is the basis of our international trade.

This is what Donald Trump had to say:

“If we don’t get tough on the drug dealers, we are wasting our time and that toughness includes the death penalty.”

“This is about winning a very, very tough problem and if we don’t get very tough on these dealers, it is not going to happen, folks.”

“Dealers will kill thousands of people during their lifetime but won’t be punished for the carnage they cause. The big pushers, the ones who are really killing people.”

“Maybe our country is not ready for the death penalty and I can understand it, although personally I can’t understand that.”

“The best way to beat the drug crisis is to keep people from getting hooked in the first place. This has been something I have been strongly in favor of, spending a lot of money on great commercials showing how bad it is.”

With Trump’s focus on drugs, they’re going to up the penalties for all US dealers. This raises our concern on the terms of loyalty because sometimes we can’t trust our US partners. The US has the highest amount of rats due to the tough sentencing laws, if they make the laws even tougher, it may cause some more people to crack, which means more rats. We will definitely need to add a couple more layers so that we can insulate ourselves from the streets.

Trump is very focused on the opioid epidemic so it may be wise to stay out of that market. Once he implements the laws, the first couple of dealers to get caught will be held as examples so expect some very harsh penalties for them. Lets see what happens and go with the flow. As he implements the new laws, it we will be posted on this website.

Trump’s broader plan will focus on a few key areas: law enforcement and interdiction, prevention and education, and rehab. Congress recently appointed $6 billion to combat the opioid epidemic, they’re serious.

With the drug penalties getting tougher, more dealers may switch to selling drugs digitally, where they start selling drugs online. Other major dealers may also use Canada to facilitate their big deals instead of in the US. Canada is still lenient on it’s drug laws and isn’t as harsh as the US, this makes it a prime deal spot, also because of it’s geographical location.

Kenny K.

 

 

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