The Health Ranger asks why President Trump recommends the death penalty for street drug pushers but not corporate drug pushers?
Podcast Transcript: “Don’t you find it interesting that President Trump is calling for the death penalty for opioid drug dealers, but not the death penalty for the CEOs of the drug companies that have been making and pushing that stuff, and bribing doctors for decades? I mean if anybody should be facing more justice it’s the drug companies that have been routinely caught engaging in multiple felony crimes. Even under Obama, the US Department of Justice sought and carried out a felony, guilty plea and a three billion dollar fine against GlaxoSmithKline – which was then allowed to continue conducting business as usual. Same thing, well similar thing, with Pfizer and many other drug companies as well. These drug companies are killing – even by conservative estimates – a hundred thousand Americans a year with faulty drugs and yet there’s no call for the death penalty of drug company CEOs. I’m not calling for that, by the way, I’m just saying isn’t the contrast interesting? I don’t think we should have the death penalty for big pharma CEOs. I think we should though arrest them, we should indict them, we should imprison some of them if they’re found guilty, but to call for the death penalty of opioid drug dealers – but not the big pharma drug pushers who are killing children and killing senior citizens all across the country – that seems to me to be a little bit strange…” Listen to the full podcast below:
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