Pharmacy or HARMACY? Big name drug stores reach $13.8 billion settlement for pushing opioid pain drugs that fueled the nationwide epidemic of addiction
By S.D. Wells // Nov 08, 2022

Several major drug store chains waded out into deep waters when they pushed and dished heroin-based pain pills out, fueling the opioid epidemic in America. Walmart Inc, Walgreens, and CVS Health Corp are all on the hook for billions of dollars (nearly $14 billion in total) in settlement money for their so-called 'mishandling' of the most addictive prescription drugs ever slung. State and local lawsuits hammered the reckless, drug-dealing giants, with CVS agreeing to shell out $5 billion over 10 years, Walgreens $5.7 billion over 15 years, and Walmart $3.1 billion, mostly up front.

Are pharmacies just glorified drug dealers for Big Pharma? Are there any rules or regulations for these places, or are they all just doing "what they're told," as scribbled on a piece of paper by quack MDs who gets lavish bonuses for slinging the most smack pills? Opiates are narcotics, after all, and they're ALL addictive, so make no mistake there. It doesn't matter what form, as they all work similarly to block pain signals between the body and the brain.

Got heroin, codeine, morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, or fentanyl? Just tell any MD you've got back pain, neck pain, knee pain, incessant coughing, or even just diarrhea, and voila! Head to the local 'harmacy' vending machine (pharmacist) and your magic pills will dispense right into your hands. Symptoms of addiction include severe constipation, slowed breathing, and death.

Major chain drug stores remain committed to contributing to the opioid epidemic by continuing to dispense diluted-smack pills

In the best interest of the shareholders, CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart harmacies will continue to peddle diluted-smack pills and patches to addicts holding prescriptions, since the corporations only had to dish out a small fraction of all the money they've banked since the beginning of the pain-killer epidemic. After all, CVS (Caremark Corporation) generated $292 billion in revenue in 2021, so $5 billion is just a slap on the wrist. Walgreens (Boots Alliance) has total assets over $90 billion as of August of this year, so again, a slap on the wrist for them too. Then there's Wally World (Walmart), with a net worth right now of over $384 billion dollars.

These mass-pharma outlets and opiate-dispensary King Pins are part of the PROBLEM, not the solution, when they shell out billions of dollars to the people they helped hook on the most addictive and deadly drug in the world. To settle like this is a huge red flag of guilt. This is the first nationwide payout by the retail pharmacy chain operators that heavily contributed to the drug addiction crisis.

Heroin is a deadly drug that comes from Asia, South America, and wait for it… Afghanistan. Opiates are substances with active ingredients directly derived from opium, and that's a main reason the war in Afghanistan was waged and continually occupied by US forces for so long (right arm of big pharma).

Now the war is being waged, continually, on America soil as the Big Drug Cartel prescribes and slings diluted-heroin pills for anyone who claims they feel pain. No doctors can disprove this, so they let their fingers do the walking and send the harmacy a special note for their millions of fiends (addicted patients claiming pain or trauma).

Tune your internet dial to for more tips on how to use natural remedies for preventative medicine and for healing, instead of succumbing to Big Pharma for heroin-based, addictive, and deadly prescription drugs.

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