Second to teachers unions, Pharmaceutical companies gave Biden millions of dollars and now he is giving returning the favor by canceling a very popular Trump era discount.
The Biden campaign received $13,620,673 from Pharmaceutical companies and overwhelmingly won voters in the healthcare industry. To show his appreciated Biden is moving forward and will be canceling a Trump era health care policy that brought down the price of insulin.
The Trump plan was designed to help low-income patients afford insulin and epinephrine, by canceling the program Biden is raising drug costs for seniors.
In response, the Diabetes Leadership Council launched a TV and digital ad campaign calling on Congress demanding “less talk, more action” on drug pricing reforms that ensure patients’ drug costs “reflect all discounts and rebates.”
It doesn’t seem like there is going to be a lot of action after Mitch McConnell said that bipartisanship is dead because of Chuck Schumer.
“It’s pretty clear the era of bipartisanship is over,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said.
Biden is showing that he is willing to sell out to the highest dollar, similar to when he let the teachers unions write the CDC guidelines for schools to reopen.
Biden also just committed to paying the 15% global minimum tax to combat climate change but will allow China to be exempt.
OAN reporter Jack Posobiec responded sarcastically,
Biden also made a statement during the G-7 summit and we all agree with Congresswoman Lauren Boebert.