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18 Mar, 2021 23:15

The sickening greed of Big Pharma exposed

Executives of leading pharmaceutical companies were caught openly discussing the opportunity for profits presented by COVID-19. The US government gave $30 billion to these companies simply to develop the vaccines. RT America’s Faran Fronczak joins Scottie Nell Hughes with the details.

As society becomes ever more reliant on doctors and modern, professional healthcare there is growing concern that actual care and wellness is taking a backseat to profits for Big Pharma and the for-profit medical establishment. Then surgeon and author Dr. Michael Young to share his insights on the “worrisome cost-cutting” so pervasive in the medical sector. He describes the “frustrating deevolution” of US healthcare and says US society’s whole perspective on the practice of healthcare needs to change.

President Biden’s reputation of a softer stance on illegal immigration may be part of the current surge of families and unaccompanied minors at southern border of the US. More than 13,000 minors are already held near the border. Some critics say that the Biden administration should turn migrants away and that current enabling traffickers and the exploitation of children. Others say that detaining any asylum-seeker is inhumane. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports. Then immigration attorney and Democratic strategist Allen Ore and Ed Martin of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles join to debate the issue.