The Mind-Blowing Criminal Racket of the FDA: Hiding Prescription Dangers From the Public so the Politically Connected Elite Can Make Millions
As reported by Natural News, the former head of the FDA is accused of using the federal agency to run a massive conspiracy in order to generate millions of dollars in drug company profits for her husband’s hedge fund firm – according to the lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Hamburg is accused of having engaged in a wide-ranging conspiracy whilst acting as FDA commissioner – approving an extremely dangerous drug known to cause severe and even deadly side effects, called Levaquin.
Problems with Levaquin
According to DrugWatch, Levaquin is an inherently dangerous and actually deadly antibiotic that has been linked to aortic dissections, or tears, and aneurysms. These conditions weaken the walls of the aorta and may lead to a rupture of leak – which can often be life-threatening.
Levaquin has also been linked to permanent, painful nerve damage known as peripheral neuropathy and tendon ruptures that have been known to leave people disabled. During Hamburg’s tenure as FDA Commissioner from 2009 to 2014, more than 5,000 people died as a result of consuming Levaquin and other dangerous drugs that were approved by the FDA and sold by Johnson & Johnson.
Thousands of others are suffering and dying from the dangerous side effects of Levaquin, suffering debilitating, life-threatening illnesses as a result.
Hamburg and her conspiracy
It is thought that Hamburg made the decision to approve this drug in order to financially benefit her husband’s hedge fund, which held very large financial positions in Johnson & Johnson, between the years of 2009 to 2015.
As reported by Natural News, the lawsuit alleges that over 5,000 people died as a result of this greedy, selfish decision to protect her husband’s financial position rather than allow the plaintiffs and the general public to know more about the dangers of the drug being prescribed on a daily basis.
Meanwhile, as reported by Blacklisted News, it is thought that Hamburg actually bribed her way into the FDA by paying off Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The lawsuit regarding the alleged conspiracy also accuses Hamburg of giving President Obama “gratuities” and Hillary Clinton “political contributions,” leading to her being nominated for the position at Mrs. Clinton’s recommendation.
So with all that said about Big Pharma, the dangers of antibiotics and the fact that you can’t trust a drug approved by the FDA, what are the alternatives to taking antibiotics when you have a bacterial infection?
Most people are prescribed an antibiotic at some point or another, but there are several natural alternatives that will do the same job.
For example, oregano and the oil found in this common herb have been found to fight bacteria that cause digestive infections and certain yeast infections. Meanwhile, certain types of honey – in particular Manuka honey – are known for their healing properties and have the ability to fight infection.
The latest scandal involving the FDA shows that the phrase “FDA-approved” means little when it comes to the safety of Big Pharma drugs – and we should take measures to avoid taking these drugs whenever possible, for the good of our health.
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