Gillibrand Took $2,400 From Family She Would Prosecute for Profiting Off Opioid Crisis

The Sackler family money isn’t as popular as it once was.

(From The Free Beacon)

Gillibrand singled out the Sackler family for their company, Purdue Pharma, profiting off the opioid crisis, suggesting they should be prosecuted. In 2009, the senator received $2,400 from one of the founder’s sons, Jonathan Sackler, who was formerly on the board.

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