Montana Senator Steve Daines has become a laughing stock on Twitter after discussing methamphetamine while visiting the Mexican border on Friday.

During the visit, Daines spoke to the press and appeared nostalgic about the days when meth was made in Montana rather than supplied by the Mexican cartel, Huff Post reports.

“Twenty years ago in Montana, meth was homemade. It was homegrown. And you had purity levels less than 30%. Today the meth that is getting into Montana is Mexican cartel,” he said.

Montana became a trending topic on Twitter the following day with users tweeting about Daines’ focus on the meth from Mexican cartels flooding into the state rather than the “homegrown” version of the product.

“We need border security! Montana meth jobs are being lost. And these are the leaders of our country? How dare the cartels make better meth than US meth,” retired wrestler John Layfield joked.

Another person added, “It was artisanal, it was seasonal, and damnit, it put money in the pockets of Montana families!”

Meanwhile, one person wanted to make sure they weren’t the only one who thought something was off about Daines’ discussion. “So what’s up with Steve Daines waxing nostalgic about the good old days with homegrown Montana meth? That’s weird, right?” the individual wrote.

Daines went on to note that drugs from Mexico were being sold at cheaper prices in Montana and the product was more potent than meth made in the U.S.

“Today, the meth that is getting into Montana is Mexican cartel. It has purities north of 95 percent. Far more dangerous, far more addictive, and it’s less expensive because they’re producing so much of it and then shipping it into our country,” he said.

Throughout the press conference, Daines appeared to blame Montana’s meth crisis on President Biden and the increase of migrants after the new commander and chief reversed Trump’s immigration policies.

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