February 26, 2019, Senator Bernie Sanders took a shot at President Donald Trump, Amazon and Big Pharma. Sanders deliberately talked about the situation of the country and how it should be run. He had several concerns regarding President Donald Trump, especially human rights in the medical field.
Senator Sanders also took shots to Amazon’s owner Jeff Bezos regarding Amazon not paying taxes. Continuing his deliberate talk against Congress governed Pharma, which cannot be toppled due to their connections.
During the program, Bernie Sanders talked about human rights and economic rights.
Bernie Sanders on Donald Trump
Sanders took several issues regarding President Donald Trump. He stated Trump, is the first President in modern history to divide people according to their color. Also, Sanders stated, Trump separates religion, sexual preference, and nationality.
In addition, Sanders also stated that the primary goal of Democrats is to oust President Donald Trump from the White House. Saying he has conservative friends who are honest people and relatively different from Trump.
Congrees-Owning Pharma or Big Pharma
Continuing his deliberate speech, Sanders told reporters that Big Pharma can’t be toppled due to their connections. He stated that Big Pharma’s own congress and that is a major fact. The rise in prices of pharmaceutical drugs can only be stopped if democracy is served.
Sanders also told everyone that health care is a right. It should be available for everyone, not just the rich and capable. Sanders vowed to make sure that future generations will be given the right to medication. Sanders told reporters if asked, where he will get money for everyone’s health care?. He stated he will tax the rich, wealthy and large corporations.
Amazon Owner, Jeff Bezos
During his speech, Sanders vowed to tax the rich to help fund his medical campaign. He made Amazon an example. Sanders said Amazon pays zero taxes. He stated that he will tax Amazon to fund and pay policies. This isn’t the first time that Sanders criticized Amazon and Jeff Bezos. His first encounter with Bezos, Sanders pushed the E-commerce giant to raise its minimum wage.