Will the U.S. Congress Gift over $1 Billion to Big Pharma on False Zika Epidemic?


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by John P. Thomas
Health Impact News

Is it possible that the plan to develop a Zika vaccine might be delayed or even stopped, because some members of Congress are seeing through the misty haze of the Zika deception? Let’s find out.

Articles published this week about the Zika debate in Congress offers a ray of hope for those of us who want to stop Congress from giving a 1.8 billion dollar gift to federal agencies and Big Pharma for the development of a Zika vaccine program.

Law360, the newswire for lawyers, stated:

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid pled with his colleagues Thursday to unanimously consent to vote on the White House’s request for $1.8 billion to fight the Zika virus, a move blocked by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, who demanded a plan. [1]

The Washington Post described the concerns of Senator John Cornyn. The Post reported:


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