September 13, 2016–Wait for it . . . about halfway through . . . Charles Ortel, who is not an AIDS dissident, nonetheless tells “How Positive Are You” co-host David Crowe that the Clinton Foundation likely runs a mere drug-dumping operation in poor countries, with no evidence of medical followup and infrastructure.
No surprise here. The Atlantic unknowingly revealed the dismal, panic-creating mission of the Foundation in its “This Is Not Charity” article of October 2007: “[T]he foundation was offering a business proposition to generic drug companies: If we get you the demand, can you get us the supply?”
Listen at “The Infectious Myth” on the Progressive Radio Network.
For the sordid details on one generic drug maker and “Friend of Bill,” check Fortune‘s account of the Ranbaxy scandal. [A previous version of this post erroneously credited Forbes with this article.]