More fentanyl, less police

March 22, 2024

72 pounds of fentanyl and roughly 330,000 fentanyl pills were seized during a traffic stop on I-25, which goes through the heart of CO-08.

In 2019, extremist Yadira Caraveo introduced a law to legalize fentanyl possession, which had such deadly effects the law had to be reversed and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency had to issue an official warning of increased fentanyl threats in Colorado.

Simultaneously, the open border crisis Caraveo has enabled is impacting Denver-area communities so intensely that police departments are on the chopping block to afford the flood of migrants into the city.

“Yadira Caraveo has enabled police budgets to be slashed while simultaneously enabling fentanyl to flood Colorado communities. Shame on Caraveo for siding with drug cartels and against police, leading to the lack of safety for her own constituents.” — NRCC Spokeswoman Delanie Bomar