Everything is bigger in Texas. Does that include stupidity? You be the judge as we continue down the path of Texas politics, politicking, politicians, and other pollution.
We respond to school shootings by creating more government jobs.
We make excuses for the police taking 77 minutes to figure out how to unlock a door.
We cower in fear as muh monkeypox (that’s racist) infects Texas.
We watch the world collapse when Roe vs. Wade is over turned. It’s muh body muh choice and mandatory muzzles and WuVaxx all around.
We bus more immigrants to sanctuary cities.
We get WuVaxxed in the parking lot of Walmart. Of course we do. Where else would you go for medical care?
We learn that critical race theory is like physics and “not subject to certain opinions.”
We call drug cartels terrorist because everything is terrorism when it takes 77 minutes to figure out how to open a door.
We learn that fentanyl (which no one even heard of until George Floyd couldn’t breath any more) is now the leading cause of death for Americans ages 18 to 45.
Related things not covered in the podcast and follow ups:
Found Gary Boarders who writes State Capital Highlights.
Here is his website: https://garyborders.com/pages/
Here is him being opposed to white people with guns: https://garyborders.com/pages/the-gun-toters/
I bet you’re shocked aren’t you.
Meanwhile, I was wrong. Who was appointed Chief of School Safety and Security? I predicted it would be a POX wamynz or some other such affirmative action appointment for this made up job.
While the job, public school, and government are all still bullshit I have to confess the person appointed might have some actual skill sets and experience. The man’s (I’m assuming his gender) name is John Scott. I don’t know if he’s white because I can’t find a bloody photo of him.
Who is John Scott?
In addition to being the former assistant special agent in charge for the U.S. Secret Service Dallas/North Texas District, Scott also served as:
Assistant to the special agent in charge for the North Texas Cyber Fraud Task Force
Assistant to the special agent in charge for the Protective Intelligence & Physical Protection Unit in Dallas
Assistant Special Agent in Chart at the Secret Service Headquarters/Protective Operations Division in Washington, D.C.
Special Agent in the Vice Presidential Protective Division and Dignitary Protective Division in Washington, D.C. and in the Houston Field Office
Before joining the Secret Service, Scott was a U.S. Army field artillery officer and captain where he completed airborne and ranger schools.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Texas Tech University, where he was named a Distinguished Military Graduate.
The real test is thus: Can John Scott figure out how to get through or around a door in less than 77 minutes.
Then there is Dade Phelan, R-Beaumount, Texas Hous Speaker. I didn’t know if he is white or brownspanic. Well… He’s white. Oh is he white. It don’t get no whiter than this. Look at that forehead. There is some alien DNA in this family tree.
How shocked are you that this guy is a cuck? You can judge a book by the cover.
Brian McCall, chancellor of the Texas State University System, said during a panel Friday at the Texas Tribune Festival that he didn’t believe lawmakers would eliminate tenure because it would “put the state at such a disadvantage.”
“Tenure exists for a reason, and that is to get thought out,” McCall said. “We’re not running Vacation Bible School. We’re teaching physics and various things that are science and not subject to certain opinions.”
Patrick had made his announcement on the proposal in response to a nonbinding resolution from the University of Texas Faculty Council affirming their academic freedom to teach about race, gender justice and critical race theory.
And who is Brian McCall?
A long-time civic and community volunteer, McCall was founder and chairman of the board of The Empowerment Project, a non-profit organization which has sent more than $10 million worth of math and science books to disadvantaged schools in the Republic of South Africa, and helped construct a library in Vietnam through the Libraries of Love organization. The Empowerment Project also raised more than $350,000 to provide direct support for the medical needs of children in north Texas.
Is fentanyl the leading cause of death for Americans age 18 to 45?
The CDC collects data revealing the leading causes of death in the U.S. In 2020, the leading causes of death among all American adults were heart disease, cancer, and COVID-19. Provisional data for 2021 indicates these same health issues have continued to be the leading causes of death.
“Far more people die from cancer, heart disease and COVID-19, compared to fentanyl overdose,” said Scott Walters, a professor of behavioral health at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. Walters has been instrumental in work designed to address the opioid crisis in hard-hit communities in several states.
In 2020, more than 56,000 people ages 18 and older died in synthetic opioid-related incidents, according to data made available through the CDC’s online mortality database. In 2021, nearly 70,000 people 18 and older died in synthetic opioid-related incidents.
On whether fentanyl overdose is the leading cause of death for the 18-45 age range, a CDC spokesperson neither affirmed nor denied the statistic.
Fentanyl-related deaths are coded as synthetic opioid-related deaths. Fentanyl comprises approximately 90% of the synthetic opioids category, the CDC said.
The spokesperson said “accidents (unintentional injuries)” was the leading cause of death in the age 18-45 group in 2021.
If one were to break out the unintentional injury category to make the drug categories rankable, the leading cause for people ages 18-45 would be unintentional drug overdose due to synthetic opioids. That number would exceed the second highest leading cause of death (suicide in 2020 and COVID-19 in 2021.)
In an email to PolitiFact Texas, the CDC spokesperson said, “If one assumes that the other synthetic narcotics category for those 18-45 is 90% fentanyl, then one can argue that unintentional fentanyl overdose is likely the leading cause in that age group. However, because we don’t have exact numbers of fentanyl deaths for that age category, we cannot say for certain that this is accurate.”
Number of deaths for leading causes of death
Heart disease: 696,962
Accidents (unintentional injuries): 200,955
Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 160,264
Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 152,657
Alzheimer’s disease: 134,242
Influenza and pneumonia: 53,544
Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 52,547
However… If it’s on Twitter it must be true.
“Fentanyl is the leading cause of death among American adults,” Rep. Beth Van Duyne, R-Texas, wrote on Twitter on Friday. “Until @POTUS secures our southern border, this crisis will only get worse.”
The congresswoman’s tweet, which garnered more than 2,000 likes, was also shared by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.
This is not the case, according to experts and CDC data.
“It absolutely is not the leading cause of death for all adults,” said Kenneth Leonard, director of the University at Buffalo Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions.
“I wouldn’t minimize fentanyl as a problem, but it’s certainly hard to say it’s the leading cause of death,” said Lewis Nelson, a professor of pharmacology, physiology and neuroscience at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
That distinction goes to “two biggies from history,” heart disease and cancer, said Dan Ciccarone, a professor of family and community medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. “It’s been true for a couple of generations now.”
Nice try but the most deadly think to white people in North America is still being fat and eating bread every day. Well that and the State.
And suddenly it become clear.
In an analysis of CDC data, Families Against Fentanyl found that more adults age 18-45 died of drug poisoning involving fentanyl (synthetic opioids other than methadone) last year than any other leading cause of death, including suicide, motor vehicle accidents, Covid-19 and cancer. In 2020 alone, more Americans died of fentanyl poisoning than in the entire nearly decade long war in Afghanistan. Fentanyl poisoning killed more Americans in 2020 than car accidents, gun violence, breast cancer and suicide.
The CDC didn’t say this. Families Against Fentanyl said this based on their completely unbiased analysis of CDC data. Data which almost no human can understand.
And yes, Families Against Fentanyl has an OnlyMans.com page.
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