Police Seized Ecstasy Pills Shaped Like Donald Trump In Indiana

Recent patrols from the Indiana State Police resulted in 129 criminal arrests, 272 drug-related charges, and the capture of ecstasy pills shaped like Donald Trump, Fox News reports.

The bright orange pills were taken during “Operation Blue Anvil,” codenamed to help the police force target small-time drug traffickers along U.S. 31. From June 19-21 and 26-28, city and state officers (and even sheriff’s departments) seized drugs at traffic stops along the highway.

The Trump pills were in good company, as the authorities also found cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, edible marijuana food, and prescription medication during their operation, according to USA Today's Courier & Press

The pills found in Indiana are stamped with the President’s face with the words “great again” on the back, akin to Donald Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again.” The slogan was reportedly revised on the darknet to attract buyers: “Trump makes partying great again."

As the New York Post noted, Traffickers often use bright colors and unique shapes to entice drug users to buy their product and return for more.

This isn’t the first time Donald Trump has been used to get high; last August, Newsweek reported that German police seized similar ecstasy pills from a 51-year-old man and his 17-year-old son in Osnabrück — a sister city of Evansville, Indiana.

Although the statement released by the police force on Friday contains no further details about the number of pills released, the officers in Germany found 5,000 pills during their raid, with an estimated value of 39,000 euros (45,800 USD).

The potential of having that many mind and body altering Trumps in the world is a scary thought (for more reasons that one).