Message from Doom1776 in Turtle Hermit School #random

2018-09-28 20:42:00 UTC  

Imagine the woman who makes money off the abortion pill just tried to sack a guy the dems were saying was going to overturn RvW?

2018-09-28 20:42:11 UTC  

Could you imagine the conflict of interest outrage?

2018-09-28 20:42:24 UTC  

That would destroy the dems.

2018-09-28 20:42:52 UTC

2018-09-28 20:43:30 UTC  

OH PLEASE OH PLEASE - let this really be happening

2018-09-28 20:43:45 UTC  

@DG the PJ77777 thats what i am saying

2018-09-28 20:43:46 UTC  


2018-09-28 20:43:49 UTC  

If it is

2018-09-28 20:43:58 UTC  


2018-09-28 20:44:26 UTC  

@Doom1776 you are right about that abortion pill thing - this could blow up BIGLY - maybe our 5D POTUS knew and that's why he allowed the libs to come up with the FBI investigation???

2018-09-28 20:45:07 UTC  

How could they come back from this -

2018-09-28 20:45:35 UTC  

there is not enough kettle corn in the WORLD to keep up with this movie!

2018-09-28 20:50:11 UTC  

CM Blasley?

2018-09-28 20:51:19 UTC  

Rt'd that pic to Potus @realdonaldtrump ..Man I hope she is a Fraud -Joke would be on Dems !

2018-09-28 20:51:23 UTC  

Linked the wrong one.

2018-09-28 20:52:00 UTC  


2018-09-28 20:54:54 UTC  


2018-09-28 20:54:57 UTC  

Grassley also began an investigation about unreported payments to physicians by pharmaceutical companies. Grassley led a 2008 Congressional Investigation which found that well-known university psychiatrists, who had promoted psychoactive drugs, had violated federal and university regulations by secretly receiving large sums of money from the pharmaceutical companies which made the drugs.[87] The New York Times reported that Dr. Joseph Biederman of Harvard University had failed to report over a million dollars of income that he had received from pharmaceutical companies.[88] Weeks later, Business Week reported that Grassley alleged that Alan Schatzberg, chair of psychiatry at Stanford University, had underreported his investments in Corcept Therapeutics, a company he founded.[89] Schatzberg had reported only $100,000 investments in Corcept, but Grassley stated that his investments actually totalled over $6 million. Dr. Schatzberg later stepped down from his grant which is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).[90]

2018-09-28 20:55:25 UTC  


2018-09-28 20:55:37 UTC  

This cannot be coincidence

2018-09-28 20:56:14 UTC  
2018-09-28 20:57:05 UTC  

Holy Shit Batman!

2018-09-28 20:57:05 UTC  

Congratulations @DG the PJ77777, you're now level 2.

2018-09-28 20:58:34 UTC  

How could he not know who was in front of him?????????

2018-09-28 21:00:16 UTC  


2018-09-28 21:00:38 UTC  

She wasnt involved in that suit from what i can tell but the company was

2018-09-28 21:00:40 UTC  

there is no way they aren't connected - Schatzberg, chair of psychiatry at Stanford University???Well-known university psychiatrists promoted psychoactive drugs

2018-09-28 21:00:47 UTC  


2018-09-28 21:00:52 UTC  


2018-09-28 21:00:59 UTC  

Where did she work supposedly?

2018-09-28 21:01:03 UTC  

she was completely drugged out - caffeine please

2018-09-28 21:01:39 UTC  

Or is she really any part of this? I don't know - they use people - they insert people - she could disappear as quickly as she appeared

2018-09-28 21:01:48 UTC  

there is no way POTUS doesn't know about this

2018-09-28 21:02:00 UTC  


2018-09-28 21:02:20 UTC  

I would bet you that Corcept Therapeutics was PIIIISSSED at Grassley.

2018-09-28 21:02:50 UTC  

Similarly, Dr. Charles Nemeroff resigned as chair of the psychiatry department at Emory University after failing to report a third of the $2.8 million in consulting fees he received from GlaxoSmithKline. At the time he received these fees, Nemeroff had been principal investigator of a $3.9 million NIH grant evaluating five medications for depression manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.[91]

In 2008, for the first time, Grassley asked the American Psychiatric Association to disclose how much of its annual budget came from drug industry funds. The APA said that industry contributed 28% of its budget ($14 million at that time), mainly through paid advertising in APA journals and funds for continuing medical education.[92]

2018-09-28 21:02:51 UTC  

You know it - and a SF company in Feinstein and Pelosi's backyard? Booker, Harris.....

2018-09-28 21:02:59 UTC  

This is literally spooksville

2018-09-28 21:03:08 UTC  


2018-09-28 21:03:28 UTC