Why Big Pharma Supports Biden, Fauci and Pelosi

“I don’t want their money,” President Donald J. Trump announced at an Atlanta drug addiction event in 2019. “They have got to do what is right.”

Trump’s announcement against Big Pharma brought shockwaves throughout the halls of Congress, the Senate and Deep State Capitol Hill.

He was actually rejecting campaign contributions from the powerful pharmaceutical industry, calling them out for their role in the national opioid addiction epidemic.

Trump’s administration continued with their scrutiny of pharmaceutical companies–despite mainstream media and Democratic counter attacks–as part of his initiative to combat addiction to prescription painkillers.

The week before Trump’s declaration, Federal prosecutors charged opioid distributor Rochester Drug Cooperative and its former chief executive with felonies — the first case of its kind related to the opioid crisis.

“We are holding big pharma accountable,” Trump said.

Dr. Anthony Fauci was visibly upset. He went into high gear with phone calls, emails and personal meetings with Deep State operatives, key Democrats and his China connections.

Within a year the world experienced a pandemic. Unknown to Trump at the time, the tentacles of Big Pharma reached into the highest levels of government, including Vice President Mike Pence and his staff.

Fast forward to today, where there are only three FDA-authorized companies authorized to distribute the extremely controversial experimental COVID vaccines in the United States. That’s not all they have in common. Each has former FDA Commissioners in their higher ranks.

The Freedom First Network were early to report the shameful drug industry habit in America.

Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and the company that founded Moderna, have each rostered a series of former top ranking government officials into key high level positions in their respective organizations.

In plain words, they bought themselves former FDA commissioners.

Among the top ten stocks on by U.S. Congress members are Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna.


Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, sits on the board of Pfizer.

🔹A frequent Pfizer-sponsored CNBC guest, Gottlieb maintains several thousand shares of Pfizer stock, and his compensated well into the six figures on an annual basis.

🔹Gottlieb earns millions from his continually increasing board appointments to an overabundance of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies.

🔹The pandemic profiteer also sits on the boards of Illumina and Tempus Labs, which sell FDA-authorized COVID-19 test kits.

🔹Additionally, Gottlieb sits on the board of Aetion, which has partnered with the FDA on researching COVID-19 policy.


Stephen Hahn actually led the FDA when it authorized Moderna’s COVID shots.

🔹He recently took an executive level position with Flagship Pioneering, the company that launched Moderna.

🔹Flagship holds 20 million shares of Moderna stock, which as of October 16, 2021, is valued at $6.5 Billion.

🔹They earned $1.4 billion through the sale of Moderna stock earlier this year.

Johnson & Johnson

Mark McClellan was the FDA commissioner from 2002-2004 (and served in other high-ranking government posts).

🔹He has maintained a board of directors seat with pharma giant Johnson & Johnson since 2013.

🔹McClellan owns thousands of shares in the company and receives around $300,000 annually.

This practice is common in government, politics, lobbyists, and influential business peddlers country wide–from municipal to federal levels–but the use of public-sector private-sector revolving door system is an addiction of corruption.

Basically, this dishonest practice imposes their will on the American public and creates wealth for executives, shareholders, and politicians in the process.

Whether it be former Dominion employees working for the EAC, former Hedge fund managers working for the SEC, former generals working for the military complex, or former FDA Commissioners working for Big Pharma, the conflicts of interest are alarming.

After the Obama Administration left D.C., the Center for Public Integrity and other investigative organizations discovered that the companies producing drugs like Percocet, Vicodin and OxyContin collectively handed more than $900 million over to senators and representatives in every single state, as a means by which to ensure new measures restricting distribution of an access to opioids would not come into force.

Reports indicated this is about 800% more than the amount spent by gun lobbyists.

This practice of movement between the government and big business is dangerous due to the conflicts of interest that arise and should be stopped.


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  1. Excellent research. We must continue to expose the wicked.


    Big Pharma > pharmaceutical > the Greek “pharmakeia”

    Four definitions for the Greek “pharmakeia”:

    1. The use of administering of drugs.

    2. poisoning.

    3. sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it.

    4. metaphor. the deceptions and seductions of idolatry.

    G5331 – “pharmakeia” – Strong’s Greek Lexicon

    Revelations 9:21: “Neither repented they of their murders, nor of their sorceries [pharmakeia], nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts.”

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  2. The business with viruses, from the point of view of the establishment, is simply ingenious. We experience live, a global robbery of the quality class 1a, and note, we are powerless.

    The only hope that remains is Donald J. Trump.

    If only people in Europe would understand that it is not only about America, but about all of us.

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  3. I’m a Republican. Yet, I was appointed as a Union Rep by the democrat Local President, and worked with other Local Democrat Officers. They thought I was the odd ball, I got harassed in the way people in that plant were wont to do, but it was never a serious attack, and it wasn’t by all, and there were other Republicans as Reps. I’m so greatful for my 8+ years as a Rep that I’d stand in respect, to this day, if the former Local Union President would walk into the room. A staunch democrat, he gave me a chance and I think I repaid them many time over by my efforts.

    I liked the position, I got to see the entire plant, I had authority, as much as the position carried. I believed in documentation, emails rather than phone calls, I worried the company, but I stayed respectful and they treated me similarly. I respect the membership, I believed in my responsibilities towards them.

    OSHA was in the plant at times, I believe the Field Agents similarly take their positions seriously. But the managers of OSHA seem, in my humble opinion, to be owned by the corporations. But, after yet another accident and death, OSHA was in the plant. Me, and other Reps spoke with them, just their contact with the Union, not on the issue per se.

    But I overheard a story, namely that a Field Agent was taken to the Bosses Dining Room, offered a meal for free, and he told them he had to pay for the meal, he couldn’t take something that appeared to compromise his standing, he couldn’t receive things for free that ostensibly were a payment. They were not set-up for Cash, bosses have an amount deducted from their pay if they elect to eat there that month.

    He asked the Kitchen Staff to set a dollar amount on the meal, and he handed them cash, and I’m sure asked for a receipt.

    Yet, the FDA sells out our safety and health by allowing top end supervisors to leave the FDA and work in the industry they were, ostensibly at least, protecting us from. These people should sign an agreement that they can’t assume positions in the Pharmaceutical Industry for at least a decade when they leave.

    Great Article, as usual.


      • I was a USW Represented Steel Worker, the first time I was in the USW, I worked in a Specialty Steel Mill (Stainless from remelted scrap with Elements Added as needed) Chemical Lab as a Analyst. Mind you, we were not educated in Chemistry, we pushed buttons and recorded results. We ran X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers – a well prepared sample is placed in a cartridge that looked like a piston with a 50 cent piece size hole in the top. XRays are reflected off the surface of the sample and depending on the elements, were given off at different angles. The angle and strength was equated to the element and amount. We also had an Optical Emission Spectrometer, and Leco Carbon/Sulfur and Nitrogen/Oxygen machines.

        That was only a few years. Years later, I was in Electrical Maintenance in a Steel Mill associated byproducts plant, 25 years and retired. I was also in the USW then. 8+ of those years I was an appointed Union Rep. Both these plants are in the Southwest Pennsylvania Area.

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