Sackler Opioid Jews Pay $275m in Settlement as Museums Start Refusing their Money


The Sackler Jews—responsible for the Opioid addiction crisis which has killed over half a million people in America—have been forced to pay out $275 million in a “settlement” in the third of 1,600 lawsuits against them. The agreement, negotiated with the state of Oklahoma, will allow the Sackler company, Purdue Pharmacy, which makes OxyContin, to avoid a televised courtroom trial. The payment is the third “settlement” that Purdue Pharma has reached. Purdue has obviously chosen to pay out rather than face the already-in-place plans for a televised trial and resultant publicity—and the possibility of a massive jury-inflicted payout order.