Friday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed Bill Bodner from the DEA Los Angeles Field Division who described how drug dealers are using certain emojis to sell drugs. These emojis include a blue heart for meth, a dragon for heroin, a school bus for xanax, and more. Bodner warned parents to be aware of the use of these emojis in texts and on social media. He added that terrifying situations have ensued as a result of these drug deals, which are becoming easier to do, noting the particular danger of fentanyl as the most deadly drug out there.
DEA Warns Parents to Recognize Connection Between Emojis and Drugs
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