With each and every move that the newly elected President Donald Trump makes, it becomes all the more obvious as to why the establishment would rather have Hillary Clinton. While she would have worked as a puppet for the corporations and cronies, Trump takes a different stance: exposing them for what they are.
Just by use of words, Trump has already completely turned the pharmaceutical industry upside down. During an interview with the Washington Post, Trump merely criticized the, with a short span of only twenty minutes, they had already lost $25 billion. Obviously, if Trump continues to point out the corruption taking place in various other industries, we could see the beginning of the empire.
“Our drug industry has been disastrous. They’re leaving left and right. They supply our drugs but they don’t make them here, to a large extent. And the other thing we have to do is create new bidding procedures for the drug industry because they’re getting away with murder. Pharma has a lot of lobbies, a lot of lobbyists, a lot of power.”
For those who have already convinced themselves that Donald Trump is a complete bust that will destroy the United States as we know it, take a look at how he could potentially destroy Big Pharma’s stranglehold and reconsider your position. He has his flaws, certainly, but there is no denying the fact that he has been the only politician in his position to have the bravery to take on the pharmaceutical industry head-on. (RELATED: See more news about Big Pharma’s profiteering and fraudulent drug marketing at Medicine.news)
Donald Trump has promised that he is going to make America great again and one of the easiest ways to do that is by making America significantly healthier. By sucking the obscene profits out of Big Pharma, Trump would make significant strides to damage the opioid and pharmaceutical addictions that are causing problems throughout the United States, despite not receiving much coverage from the mainstream media.
Health care has been a topic of debate for many years within the United States, but if Trump begins his presidency by going up against big pharma, we could see a health reform taking place merely due to one action.
In order for our nation to thrive we must begin reform somewhere, and what better place to start than improving the physical and mental health or our nation? Of course, personal responsibility plays a major role in this, however, by improving transparency the populace may find it easier to make the right decisions.
Regardless of the action of our President, it is also up o us to make a change in this world. This is the case for almost every issue facing our nation.