Was the Pandemic Revenge for Trump's Attacks on Big Pharma?
People forget how hard Trump Pharma for price gouging
“We’re lowering the cost of prescription drugs, taking on the pharmaceutical companies. You think that’s easy? It’s not easy. They come at you from all different sides. I wouldn’t be surprised if the hoax didn’t come a little bit from some of the people that we’re taking on. They’re very powerful. They spend a lot of money. Spend, I think, more money than any other group in the world, actually, in terms of lobbying and lobbying abilities. And I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the nonsense that we all have to go through — but that I go through — wouldn’t be surprised if it was from some of these industries like pharmaceuticals that we take on.”
—President Donald Trump, October 3, 2019
What in the world was that lunatic Trump talking about?
Donald Trump went after Big Pharma for charging Americans more than they charge foreign consumers. And for making lifesaving drugs like epi-pens and insulin astronomically expensive. (When my daughter was diagnosed with childhood diabetes, insulin was basically free. Now, it drives families into bankruptcy.)
Trump forced prices down on a variety of extremely profitable (6,000%, 10,000%) drugs. And he warned us that Big Pharma wanted revenge.
Since then, the world experienced a pandemic from a virus invented by Big Pharma’s favorite doctor, Tony “the mosquito” Fauci. Pfizer’s contract with national governments, including the United States, requires universal vaccinations, suppression of reports of vaccine injuries, and indemnification from damages for injuries.
It’s reasonable to believe that the entire pandemic and response were Pharma’s revenge.
If so, Big Pharma got a lot of help from the US government.
When it involves large corporations or the US government, they are guilty until proven innocent.