During the historic election of 2016, two candidates in particular were considered long-shots, outsiders, and rabble-rousers; one on each side of the aisle.
The first is now our President-Elect, Donald Trump: A billionaire businessman with a penchant for showmanship and a true love for the American Dream. The other was Bernie Sanders: An independent Senator from Vermont who ran as a democrat, who identifies willingly as a socialist, and who was railroaded away from the nomination by a corrupt DNC.
As it turns out, these two have at least one thing in common: A wanton desire to dismantle the corrupt pieces of the Big Pharma industry.
“While most remember Trump’s Wednesday news conference for the unfortunate back-and-forth with CNN’s Jim Acosta, it was a different moment that piqued Sanders’ interest.
“’Our drug industry has been disastrous,’ Trump…