Last Updated on October 18, 2022
Trump-endorsed Ohio Senate nominee J.D. Vance blasted his Democrat opponent Tim Ryan for being bankrolled by big pharma “blood money” during Monday night’s debate, the last between the two men before voters head to the polls in the 2022 midterms.
On the debate stage, Tim Ryan tried to cough over J.D. Vance’s blood money statement, seemingly to avoid having to address the repercussions of Big Pharma’s deadly pill pushing in the State of Ohio. Along with others in the Rust Belt and Appalachian regions, Ohio has been among those hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, which was directly engineered by Big Pharma.
Tim Ryan’s campaign commercials “are paid for by pharmaceutical blood money,” J.D. Vance told the people of Ohio as Ryan giggled in the background.
“Tim Ryan received tens of thousands of dollars from the very companies that have profited off of this epidemic,” Vance went on, as Ryan tried to cough over his words.
Throughout his Trump-endorsed campaign for U.S. Senate, J.D. Vance, channeling the America First populism that has showcased the nation’s forgotten men and women, has cited the lethal prescription drug epidemic as a major catalyst behind middle America’s downfall.
Watch J.D. Vance call out Tim Ryan for taking Big Pharma “blood money” below:
JD Vance: Tim Ryan’s commercials “are paid for by pharmaceutical blood money…” pic.twitter.com/7FxuMxRY5P
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) October 17, 2022
A career politician who’s held public office for nearly all of the 21st Century, Tim Ryan has taken over $27,000 from the same opioid distributors that helped wreck rural Ohio and other corners of America.
Unphased by the death and destruction wrought by their multi-billion dollar legal drug industry, a top executive at one of the pro-Ryan Big Pharma corporations, AmerisourceBergen, mocked Ohio’s opiate addicts as “pill-billies.”
In company emails, the same executive made fun of a town in neighboring Kentucky that had been ravaged by his corporation’s drug distribution, dubbing the community “Oxycontinville.”
On top of pounding Ohio with highly addictive, deadly pain pills, the Big Pharma corporations backing Tim Ryan’s campaign are among those responsible for ferrying lethal COVID jabs into hospitals and doctors’ offices by the hundreds of thousands.