Joe Biden must’ve been inspired by his embattled son Hunter before approving the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to fund clinics that distribute paraphernalia to drug addicts.
Fresh footage has emerged from Hunter Biden’s laptop from hell showing him sitting in a sensory deprivation tank smoking crack from a pipe just weeks after he asked his father to pay for a detox program.https://t.co/bb72G8ZrZf
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) July 7, 2022
Someone in that administration must be smoking crack. It’s the only explanation for the numerous scandals and disastrous policies that continue to rattle the American public.
Despite previous claims, the Biden administration is using taxpayer dollars to fund “reduction” clinics that provide crack pipes to drug users.
New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE), a part of OnPointNYC, was awarded nearly $400,000 in grant money from the Biden administration in May to further its services for drug addicts, government records show.
OnPointNYC operates two drug-use sites, one of which NYHRE runs in East Harlem. Drug users fill out basic paperwork upon entering the clinic. After a brief wait, they are given a smoking kit containing a crack pipe, condoms, and personal lubricant, according to the Daily Caller.
[source: The Daily Caller]
To make matters worse, the facility is direct across the street from the Association To Benefit Children, a childcare facility for underprivileged kids in the New York area.
In addition to the drug and sex paraphernalia, a staffer at NYHRE gave a reporter from the Daily Caller an ID card after registering personal information. According to that staffer, an individual caught with drugs by police in the city could show that card to avoid punishment.
Meanwhile, the Biden administration has denied allegations that taxpayer dollars are being used to fund these smoking kits.
“No federal funding will be used directly or through subsequent reimbursement of grantees to put pipes in safe smoking kits,” HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said in a statement.
The White House also balked at reports of Biden’s crack policy.
In February, ex-White House press secretary Jen Psaki denied “false reporting” that exposed the Biden administration policy to use “harm reduction” as a guise for funding drug paraphernalia.
Jen Psaki describes Fox News's hysteria over crack pipes as "inaccurate reporting" and says they were never part of a kit that's being distributed to addicts pic.twitter.com/1n7hM9V2lH
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 9, 2022
Jen Psaki *insists* Biden doesn't want to fund crack pipes, but is also opposed to efforts to prevent the government from funding crack pipes pic.twitter.com/u8I2ZdJwOn
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 15, 2022
An HHS spokesperson has since released a statement claiming the funds from this grant are still prohibited from being used for any federally illegal activity or equipment, including drug paraphernalia like crack pipes.
“No federal funding is used directly or through subsequent reimbursement of grantees to purchase pipes in safer smoking kits. Grants include explicit prohibitions of federal funds to be used to purchase drug paraphernalia,” the spokesman said.
The administration has embraced “harm reduction” — which can include supplying drug paraphernalia and in some cases drugs themselves — as a strategy for treating addiction.
This is a similar tactic liberals use to justify sex changes on children. By using the phrase “gender-affirming care” the “pro-science” Biden administration can disguise the unfortunate reality of their wild policies.
By referring to smoking kits as “harm reduction,” the Biden administration can award grant money to organizations that give crack pipes to addicts. They can also award grant money to organizations that deliver chemical castration to children, all under the guise of “gender-affirming care.”
Author: Ann Taylor
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