Biden’s Course of ‘Destruction’ Continues: Orders Freeze on Trump’s Order to Slash Rates on Two Life-Saving Drugs

 Biden’s Course of ‘Destruction’ Continues: Orders Freeze on Trump’s Order to Slash Rates on Two Life-Saving Drugs

As part of Joe Biden’s figured out mission to reverse Donald Trump’s presidency, his handlers he bought the Department of Health and Human Provider (HHS) on Thursday to freeze executive orders from Trump designed to considerably lower prescription drug costs for Americans, consisting of the potentially-life-saving drugs, insulin, and epinephrine.

Biden Stops Trump Order To Slash Rate Of Insulin, EpiPen https://t.co/o0kKzWpfDt pic.twitter.com/JtAYFN6Z6G

— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 23, 2021

As a result, as reported by Bloomberg Law, HHS consequently froze the previous Trump administration’s December drug policy that requires neighborhood health centers to hand down all of their insulin, and epinephrine– that includes the popular EpiPen utilized by countless allergic reaction victims– discount cost savings to patients.

Bad news for Insulin and
EpiPen users. The Biden Unity
Chant rolls on …

Big Pharma Biden Reverses Trump Policy of Lowering Insulin and EpiPen Expenses https://t.co/eKxs3SKWZv

— David Roberson (@cdavidroberson) January 23, 2021

Under the now-frozen Trump administration policy, “centers that do not hand down the savings wouldn’t get approved for federal grants,” stated Bloomberg.

Biden reversed Trump’s Executive Order to reduce pricing for insulin and epinephrine.

Democrats desire higher insulin prices? pic.twitter.com/ w85 pkIAchG

— Mary Vought (@MaryVought) January 22, 2021

As reported Daily Wire, Trump signed 4 executive orders in July that directed the secretary of Health and Human Provider (HHS) to “end a shadowy system of kickbacks by middlemen that prowls behind the high out-of-pocket expenses numerous Americans face at the drug store counter.”

During the finalizing ceremony, Trump said the high price of insulin and EpiPens have actually cut off low-income individuals in “desperate” requirement of the treatments.

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