'A Big Pharma front group known as the Center for Inquiry (CFI) has reportedly filed a new lawsuit against Walmart for selling natural homeopathic medicine, which the pill-pushing “nonprofit” organization has conveniently and arbitrarily declared to be “fake” medicine.
CFI’s suit alleges that Walmart is “committing wide-scale consumer fraud and endangering the health of its customers through its sale and marketing of homeopathic medicines,” and thus seeks to force Walmart, as well as other retailers, into selling only Big Pharma pills and vaccines at their government-sanctioned pharmacies – even though many of these drugs, including SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) are linked to mass shootings and suicide, not to mention the physical damage these deadly chemicals cause in patients who take them.
Mirroring another lawsuit that CFI filed against CVS pharmacies back in June 2018, this latest attack on Walmart is admittedly part of CFI’s bigger agenda to completely eradicate homeopathic remedies from the consumer marketplace, forcing Americans to patronize only Big Pharma for their health and wellness needs.
“Walmart sells homeopathics right alongside real medicines, in the same sections in its stores, under the same signs,” Nicholas Little, CFI’s Vice President and General Counsel, is quoted as saying, insinuating that all homeopathic medicine is “fake,” and that only Food and Drug Administration-approved pharma pills and injections are “real.”
“Searches on its website for cold and flu remedies or teething products for infants yield pages full of homeopathic junk products. It’s an incredible betrayal of customers’ trust and an abuse of Walmart’s titanic retail power,” Little went on to bemoan.'
Read more: Just like Big Tech’s war against online free speech, Big Pharma is trying to “de-platform” homeopathy and other natural remedies from retailers
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