The coronavirus vaccine is planned to be released later this year as the country is now seeing a record number of cases. This uptick in cases comes from the constant partying and parading of Democrats when Joe Biden mysteriously won the 2020 election. But what if the vaccine was ready months ago? What if Big Pharma had the vaccine the entire time and didn’t want people to know about it till after the election? Well, there is no way for-profit companies would want innocent people to suffer, would they?
According to the President, that is exactly what they did. In a statement, President Trump accused pharmaceutical companies of postponing testing on the vaccine in order to not get him re-elected. Now, while some may believe this is nothing more than a man trying to hold on to the last bit of power he has, President Trump might be on to something.
President Trump said, “So they waited and waited and waited, and they thought they’d come out with it a few days after the election, and it would have probably had an impact, who knows, maybe it wouldn’t have. I’m sure they would have found the ballots someplace … the Democrats.”
This isn’t the first time the President has accused the Democrats of stealing the election, but this is one of the first times Trump has gone against pharmaceutical companies. Early in the year, Trump made suggestions for making prescription drugs more cost affordable to Americans. Obviously, this didn’t sit well with the billion-dollar companies, and well as the President said, “We had Big Pharma against us, we had the media against us, we had Big Tech against us. We had a lot of dishonesty against us.”
But why would these companies want to go after the President? Simple – money. The Trump Administration calculated that their new pharmacy rules would save American taxpayers more than $85 billion over a seven-year period. Now, where do you believe all that money is going to come from? The companies wouldn’t dare want to lose out on all that money, so instead, they prolong medicine that could save millions of lives.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 22, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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