Mylan Donates to Clinton Foundation

Mylan Pharmaceuticals has been under heavy fire due to raising the price of the EpiPen. Hillary Clinton has made it known she opposes this practice. But not enough to not taken money from them. Mylan donates to Clinton Foundation. No surprise there, right?

Heather Bresch is the CEO of Mylan and the daughter of WV Governor Joe Manchin. Another Clinton supporter. It’s all making sense now, right? But the democratic party stands for the regular people. They are “one of us” right?

Per NY Post:

The pharmaceutical company under fire for increasing the cost of its life-saving EpiPen has been criticized by Hillary Clinton — despite the fact that the manufacturer donated to the Clinton Foundation.

Records available on the website of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation reveal Mylan, the company that manufactures the EpiPen, has donated up to $250,000.

On Wednesday, Clinton released a statement blasting her family foundation’s donor.

“Over the last several years, Mylan Pharmaceuticals has increased the price of EpiPens by more than 400%. They’re now charging up to $600 for a two-EpiPen set that must be replaced every 12-18 months. This both increases out-of-pocket costs for families and first responders, and contributes to higher premiums for all Americans and their employers,” Clinton said in a statement released to reporters by her campaign.

Mylan Donates to Clinton Foundation

Mylan Donates to Clinton Foundation

Well, more of what we expect from the Clintons. Hypocritical thinking and saying whatever is needed to be said to get some votes. The Hillary Clinton lies also include the misleading statements.

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