The Times of San Diego reports on Hillary Clinton’s keynote speech to biotech heavy hitters, at the recent BIO International Convention.
The headline is: “Hillary Clinton Cheers Biotechers, Backing GMOs and Federal Help.”
Hillary professes worry that biotech companies are moving their operations out of the US. The answer? Federal subsidies, of course:
“’Maybe there’s a way of getting a representative group of actors at the table’ to discuss how the federal government could help biotechs with ‘insurance against risk,’ she said.”
In other words, stay in the US, carry out as much research as you want to, and we’ll knock down lawsuits, pay you for your failures, and support you when you lie and claim your results are positive and pose no risk to human health.
The Times of San Diego continued:
“She [Hillary] said the debate about GMOs might be turned toward the biotech side if the benefits were better explained, noting that the ‘Frankensteinish’ depictions could be fought with more positive spin.”
Yes, we need more spin. And with Hillary, we can count on it. Here’s the quote from her speech:
“I stand in favor of using [GMO] seeds and products that have a proven track record…There’s a big gap between the facts and what the perceptions are.” …