They're so distracted in their efforts to stop you from smoking or vaping that they've dropped the ball on preventing a completely preventable food shortage.
Disinformation, harassment from FDA
Photoshop. Real cost. Photoshop. Real cost. See what I'm getting at here?
FDA: Oops, J&J Jab causes blood clots
Everyone should have seen this disaster coming - even before COVID.
Groups Behaving Badly, #3: Pfizer
Deadly products, bribery, corruption, environmental disasters, tax evasion, human rights abuses, and cover-ups: These are the people responsible for smoking bans.
Cronies, Crooks, and Criminals: The FDA’s Glass House
The FDA has no right to tell you or anyone else not to take supplements, smoke, or vape. They have not earned, nor do they deserve, the public's trust.
Report: Big Pharma covered up baby powder cancer agent for decades
One of the main financiers of bar and restaurant smoking bans, as well as anti-smoking groups, knew for decades that ingredients in its talcum powder contained asbestos, which can cause cancer, according to a report by Reuters.
Does the FDA Work for Big Pharma?
Given that many credible whistleblowers have said, in effect, that the FDA works for the pharmaceutical industry, it becomes less surprising that it spends so much of its time and effort not on proper procedures, but on a continuous campaign against smoking and vaping. The pharmaceutical industry wants to dominate the nicotine market. Nicotine Replacement Therapies are a multi-billion dollar industry. Can we trust what pharmaceuticals, and the ABC cancer charities, universities, and government organizations which are funded by them, have to say about smoking?
Pharma to pay $8 billion in punitive damages
One thing we can almost guarantee: anti-smoking groups and “cancer charities,” which are funded by big pharma, will give the pharmaceutical industry a complete pass - for all intents and purposes, they're paid to look the other way.
Big Pharma Causes Cancer?
The FDA's response to cancer-causing pharmaceutical products is VERY different than how it treats tobacco: "It's fine."