Mexican President Blames US Parents For Border Drug Crisis

  • Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday that the fentanyl epidemic was largely a U.S. problem and claimed that the calls for its military to use action against drug cartels in his country were “irresponsible.”
  • “Here, we do not produce fentanyl, and we do not have consumption of fentanyl,” Lopez Obrador said. “Why don’t they (the United States) take care of their problem of social decay?”
  • The president blamed single-parent families, parents that have kicked out their children of their homes, and individuals placing their relatives in old-age homes as problems that are leading to the consumption of the drug.
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