Saturday, August 8, 2020

Trump "This May Be The Last Time You See Me For A While" #Richmen #293 #1214 8.6.20

August 6th 2020 Whirlpool plant in Ohio.

Whirlpool plant address....

"Whirlpool Corporation" = 119 (Full Reduction)

"119 Birdseye Street, Clyde, Ohio 43410" = 293 (English Ordinal)
"All Seeing Eye Of The Illuminati" = 293 (English Ordinal)
"All Seeing Eye Of The Illuminati" = 1214 (Jewish)

"119 Birdseye Street, Clyde, Ohio" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"119 Birdseye St, Clyde, Ohio" = 113 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"119 Birdseye St, Clyde, OH 43410" = 221 (English Ordinal)
"119 Birdseye St, Clyde, OH 43410" = 113 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"119 Birdseye St" = 56 (Full Reduction)
"119 Birdseye St" = 155 (Reverse Ordinal)
"119 Birdseye St" = 137 (English Ordinal)

"119 Birdseye Street" = 185 (English Ordinal)
"119 Birdseye Street" = 77 (Full Reduction)

"41.3087804,-82.983877" = 87 (English Ordinal)
"Clinton" = 87 (English Ordinal)
"Birdseye" = 87 (English Ordinal)

"41° 18′ 18″ N, 82° 58′ 36″ W" = 92 (English Ordinal)
"pentagon" = 92 (English Ordinal)

"Clyde Ohio" = 96 (English Ordinal)
"freemason" = 96 (English Ordinal)
"Birdseye" = 42 (Full Reduction)
"freemason" = 42 (Full Reduction)

"Last Time You See Me For A While" = 115 (Full Reduction)
"President Donald John Trump" = 115 (Full Reduction)
"Scottish Rite Freemasonry" = 115 (Full Reduction)

"Last Time You See Me For A While" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"Scottish Rite Freemasonry" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"get ready for a world currency" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"My God My God why hast Thou forsaken me" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"sixteen hundred Pennsylvania" = 137 (Reverse Full Reduction)

"Whirlpool" = 56 (Full Reduction)

"Whirlpool Plant" = 1122 (Reverse English Sumerian)
"JFK assassination" = 1122 (English Sumerian)

This may be the last time you see me for awhile

Meet the middlemen who play a big role in high drug prices

Pharmacy benefit managers have a big impact on the price of prescription drugs.

Shareholders voted in August to approve health insurer Cigna’s $67 billion acquisition of Express Scripts, the country’s largest pharmacy benefit manager. The deal still needs the go-ahead from government antitrust regulators.

But what does Express Scripts do, what even is a pharmacy benefits manager ... and why should you care?

Pharmacy benefits managers, or PBMs, get paid to be the ultimate middlemen. They sit at the center of the pharmaceutical industry, playing a role in almost every transaction as pills travel to your pocket.

PBMs aren’t federally regulated, but the three biggest ones in the U.S. — Express Scripts, CVS Caremark, and OptumRX — influence more than 80 percent of employer-sponsored prescription drug coverage.

They act as intermediaries between insurers, drug companies, pharmacies, and you. PBMs process insurance claims, determine which drugs will be covered and by how much, and set the prices that pharmacies and customers pay.

Theoretically, they’re negotiating discounts for everyone — but they’re also making profits for themselves.

PBMs say their involvement helps keep drug prices competitive. And while drug manufacturers are ultimately responsible for deciding how much a drug will cost, former PBM and pharma employees, pharmacists, consumer protection groups, and even the Department of Health and Human Services have alleged that PBM’s practices contribute to soaring pill costs.

VICE News explains what exactly PBMs do in the drug industry, and how that role may be changing.

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