Tucker Carlson Lambasts the Sackler Family that Promoted Addictive Opioids. He also Criticizes the Justice System that Allows Elites to Get Away with Murder

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Tucker Carlson reports that Purdue drug manufacturer, owned by the Sackler family, profited $12-billion from pushing opioids, and that they knew the drugs were addictive and would kill hundreds of thousands of people. From 1999 to 2017, an estimated 218,000 people in the US died from overdoses related to prescription opioids. Purdue Pharma has offered to pay $12-billion to settle thousands of outstanding lawsuits. The Sackler family would pay $3-billion of that. Carlson railed against the ruling class, saying they become incredibly rich by wrecking our country and killing people. When they get caught, politicians and celebrities pretend to be concerned for a week and then nothing happens. None of these people ever are sent to prison. -GEG

 

 

 

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sackler_family The Sackler family are Jewish descendants of Isaac Sackler and his wife Sophie (née Greenberg), immigrants to the United States from Galicia (now Ukraine) and Poland,[5] Jews dominated the bootleg industry also…..viz Bronfman https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bronfman_family The Bronfman family is a Canadian-American Jewish family.[1] It owes its initial fame to Samuel Bronfman (1889–1971), who made a fortune in the alcoholic distilled beverage business during the 20th century through the family’s Seagram Company.[2] The family is of Russian Jewish and Romanian Jewish ancestry; “they were originally tobacco farmers from Bessarabia”.[3] According to New York Times staff reporter Nathaniel Popper, the Bronfman family… Read more »