Astonishingly in 2016, “80 prescription drug advertisements were televised every hour, totaling 1,920 drug ads directed at American viewers per day,” the Emory Law analysis explained.
It’s a bonanza for US cable and broadcast channels, providing about “8% of their ad revenue.”
Studies show Americans on average watch about five hours of television daily — what noted journalist Edward R. Murrow long ago called “the opiate of the people.”
It has everything to sell, mostly nothing to tell about major world and national issues — propaganda masquerading as news and information.
Pharmaceutical industry analyst Michael Yee expects Gilead to earn $525 million in sales revenue this year from the drug, $2.1 billion in 2021 — a bonanza for the company, courtesy of US taxpayers and Big Government collusion with Big Pharma.
Hydroxychloroquine is potentially more promising in treating COVID-19 patients.
Evidence shows it inhibits coronavirus infections and their spread — why Big Pharma wants the drug falsely discredited as ineffective and dangerous.
Drug companies want nothing competing with a potential profit-making bonanza that awaits from mass-vaxxing — no matter how toxic to inoculated individuals.Touting Dubious Remdesivir Over promising Hydroxychoroquine for Treating COVID-19