WHAT THE FDA DOES
My question is what does the FDA do? The latest news is that they have stopped the over the counter sales of inhalers, to force the 3million Americans who depend on them to purchase insurance or stop breathing. So, I had to question their authority to do so. I went to their website looking for answers, because I cannot understand how the Food and Drug Administration is harming our fellow Americans and who gave them the power to do so. What I found was that the FDA does not have the power to do this unless it is harmful to the patient. Well, they are allegedly doing this because of the "global warming" hoax, not because the medicine harms the patient.
WHAT THE WEBSITE STATES
Let me post verbatem what the FDA website states: they are "responsible for protecting the public health by assuring that foods are safe, wholesome, sanitary and properly labeled; human and vetinary drugs, and vaccines and other biological products and medical devices intended for human use are safe and effective." Then it goes on and the last thing listed reads: "helping the public get the accurate science-based information they need to use medicines, devices, and foods to improve their health."
You cannot say you want to improve the lives of those who are struggling financially and then say you want them to die for the lack of money to pay for insurance to purchase the same products that they have been able to obtain without purchasing insurance. This just does not make sense. Mr. President, you speak with a forked tongue!