Denver’s Sexy Pizza Stocks Up On Narcan Amid Surge In Overdoses Fueled By Liberal Policies

By Matt Connelly

A well-known Denver pizza chain called Sexy Pizza is stocking up on Narcan amid a surge in overdoses across the city during the last few years. 

Fentanyl and other drugs have become widely available in Colorado thanks to open-border policies from President Joe Biden and pro-drug policies from Democrat politicians like Governor Jared Polis that decriminalized deadly narcotics like fentanyl and other opioids. 

ABC Denver first reported the story last night and quotes the owner of Sexy Pizza, Kyle Peters:

“In a private bathroom, they can go in, they can close the door, lock the door and nobody’s going to barge in on them while they’re using. So that’s where people prioritize — especially restaurant bathrooms because they’re typically open to the public.”

ABC also notes that, “with the prevalence and potency of drugs like fentanyl, Peters hopes other restaurants and businesses will consider carrying Narcan as well to be prepared.”

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado. Follow him on Twitter @MattConnelly.