Suggest giving teachers weapons and training to stop school shootings and the same piously woke biddies pushing this would have conniption fits. But when things get so bad that there are teenage fentanyl overdose deaths in school, they start training libraries to stop drug overdoses.
And it never occurs them to ask, “why?”
They can ramble on about “America’s gun culture.” What about California’s drug culture? Don’t ask, just pass the Narcan.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday will consider a proposal to place a supply of the overdose-reversal drug naloxone, or Narcan, at county libraries and train librarians how to administer it.
“Narcan is easy to use, anyone can carry it, and it saves lives,” Supervisor Janice Hahn, who introduced the motion, said in a statement.
What’s causing those lives to be lost to begin with?
“Opioid deaths and fentanyl poisonings are on the rise, and we should make sure Narcan is at our county libraries where so many young people spend time after school. Parents are scared and want to know where they can get Narcan to keep in case of an emergency, so I want to explore making our libraries Narcan kit distribution sites.”
Don’t worry parents. L.A., like most urban metros, is a dystopian nightmare, but your local libraries has training in stopping drug overdoses. So it’s gonna be okay.
The motion comes on the heels of a series of overdoses involving Los Angeles Unified School District students, prompting the district to provide Narcan doses to all of its campuses. On Sept. 13, a 15-year-old girl was found dead of a fentanyl overdose in a bathroom on the campus of Bernstein High School in Hollywood.
Bernstein is where they shoot a bunch of exteriors for movies and TV shows, including Glee.
Last week, another student at Bernstein High was hospitalized due to a possible drug overdose.
Earlier this month, a 17-year-old student at El Camino Real High School died from a fentanyl overdose.
But it gets better. And by that I mean worse.
In addition to placing naloxone at county libraries and training librarians about how to administer it, Hahn’s motion also asks the county to explore making libraries distribution sites where residents can pick up doses of the medication.
Hey parents, junkies who are about to shoot up and are worried they might overdose will be stopping by your kids’ libraries to pick up some Narcan.
It’s okay. Really, it’s okay.
This isn’t a nightmare. It’s just the Left running everything.