– Additional contribution by Chris Brown

In the world of political promises, “Draining the Swamp” became a rallying cry that captivated masses during Trump’s tenure, but ultimately proved elusive. Now, as the 2024 election looms, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. emerges as a fresh voice, steering away from mere rhetoric towards a detailed plan to dismantle the corruption that has entrenched Washington.

Because Draining the Swamp

requires an unclogged drain.

In stark contrast to Trump’s bombastic approach, RFK Jr. counters accusations with an articulate demeanor, intelligence, grace, and a new slogan: “Cutting the Strings!” Kennedy aims to redirect the nation’s trajectory, away from corporate greed and the stranglehold of Tyrannical Puppeteers.

As the election approaches, RFK Jr. is not just courting votes; he’s laying the groundwork for a grassroots movement, appealing to people’s frustration with a government perceived as serving special interests rather than the public. Harking back to the wisdom of his uncle, John F. Kennedy, he invites citizens to be proactive in shaping the nation’s future. We remember JFK’s famous aspirational line in his inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” 

One major target of Kennedy’s reformist vision is the FDA, the behemoth amalgamation overseeing both pharmaceuticals and food. In a daring proposal, as a Kennedy volunteer, I advocate for the dissolution of the FDA, to be replaced by three distinct entities: Pharmaceutical Safety and Efficacy (PSE), Nutritional Supplements and Natural Products (NSNP), and Nutritional Safe Food (NSF).

Delving into the intricacies of drug evaluation, challenging the status quo of “Safe and Effective” perceived as comparisons, but in reality only a concentration dosage range. Proposing a rigorous approach under PSE, demanding raw data from double-blind studies conducted by independent labs. This ensures a thorough assessment and comparison of a drug’s safety and efficacy before it even reaches the clinical trial phase. This proposed process, highlights the importance of blinded evaluations at unknown locations, conducted by numerous researchers to guarantee scientific integrity. The ultimate goal is to determine whether a new drug candidate is genuinely superior to existing options in terms of safety and effectiveness.

In the face of potential skepticism about the financial feasibility of this vision, a new government healthcare funding structure, of moving from a grant-based system to a bartering contract research model.

As RFK Jr. sets the stage for a transformative approach to governance, his vision emerges as a departure from empty promises, embodying a sincere commitment to accountability, transparency, and a government truly for the people. The journey to “Cutting the Strings” has just begun, promising a redefined future for the nation. Stay tuned for future installments of “Stop Fighting, Start Fixing,” in which we take an in-depth look at the American health care industrial complex, and how RFK’s plans for reform will finally deliver a system that works for everyone—patients, health care professionals, hospitals, and insurance companies. 

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