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I've known this all the time. It's the same with drug companies. The collusion goes so deep it's beyond belief. It's about time for the media to forget about Trump and focus on exposing these people and their methods of deceit. I've preached this for years.
The addiction to sugar is more of a problem than opioids. And more dangerous long term. Gregg Glassmam's video on youtube "the mess" nails it.