The Biden Administration appears to be bracing for something big.
The U.S. just purchased $290 million in anti-radiation drugs following Putin’s recent nuclear threats.
This comes just as Biden himself allegedly warned that the United States could be on the brink of nuclear “Armageddon.”
The Department of Health and Human Services announced that it had purchased an FDA-approved drug called Nplate, which can be used to “treat blood cell injuries that accompany acute radiation syndrome in adult and pediatric patients.”
Biden and his administration would have you believe that the purchase of the drug is unrelated, but somehow I wouldn’t hold my breath on that.
Many different theories are floating around online as to the true purpose of the purchase..
— New York Post (@nypost) October 7, 2022
Our friends at the New York Post reported on the large purchase:
The Biden administration bought $290 million of anti-radiation drugs this week as the president warned of “the prospect of Armageddon” being sparked by warmongering Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) confirmed that the major supply of Nplate was part of “ongoing efforts to be better prepared to save lives following radiological and nuclear emergencies.”
The drug — which can be used on kids as well as adults — is “approved to treat blood cell injuries that accompany acute radiation syndrome [ARS] in adult and pediatric patients,” the department said in Tuesday’s announcement.
US government buys $290 million in anti-radiation drugs as Biden warns of nuclear 'Armageddon' https://t.co/hgDBSb7j2V
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) October 7, 2022
🔴 The US government has purchased a significant supply of radiation injury drugs as the Russian president threatened the use of nuclear weapons https://t.co/gqeoWdwFNF
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) October 6, 2022
US purchases radiation sickness drugs in preparation for "threats to national security," as President Biden warns world is at risk of a nuclear "Armageddon" https://t.co/OARmjsW5Hq
— TRT World (@trtworld) October 7, 2022
The Biden administration is buying a drug supply to treat radiation sickness. The purchase follows threats by Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin to use nuclear weapons during his country’s war in Ukraine. https://t.co/0yWLisw58r
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 6, 2022
Newsmax shared more details on the acquisition:
The Biden administration is purchasing a drug supply to treat radiation sickness, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced.
The acquisition comes at a time when Russia President Vladimir Putin is threatening to use nuclear weapons during his country’s war in Ukraine.
Putin late last month warned the West that he isn’t bluffing over using all the means at his disposal to protect Russia’s territory, in what appeared to be a veiled reference to Russia’s nuclear capability.
The Biden Administration insists that the purchase is not related to Putin’s threats.
Somehow, it’s difficult to take them at their word though.
Still, others have brought forth their own theories as to what this purchase actually means..
US – former Pentagon and retired General says the US should consider a nuclear strike on Russia.
At the same time, the US buys $290m of anti radiation drugs. Just in case 🤷♀️
These people are nuts.
— Bernie's Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) October 6, 2022
The US just bought $290M of a radiation sickness drug.
It's $1000 a dose. That's only 290000 doses. You only need one dose if you've been exposed.
So the US just ordered enough doses for about 15% of only fed gov employees.
— Notalia – Speed of Science! (@NotaliaMateo) October 7, 2022
The US 🇺🇸 has purchased almost half a billion dollar of nuclear ☢️ radiation illness drug. It has claimed it’s not related to Putin’s threats.
— tic toc (@TicTocTick) October 6, 2022
Was Biden's recent nuke war rhetoric and purchase of "anti-radiation drugs" really a smokescreen for the US to buy a huge amount of medicine to treat vaccine-induced immune thrombocytopenia?https://t.co/wcuJV2yUYl pic.twitter.com/UtNZyH6UW3
— rostrich (@the_rostrich) October 7, 2022
Plot twist…the drug (#Nplate) the US government just purchased, ostensibly to treat radiation poisoning, is actually approved to treat immune thrombocytopenia. Which has been linked to mRNA vaccines. And increases risk of leukemia and blood clots.https://t.co/TwFY0YlCEX https://t.co/zeIJGy3vX2
— LucyLou 🙂 (@Lucy26398575) October 7, 2022
🚨 HEADS UP! 🚨
I have a feeling this stuff will soon be HARD TO FIND…
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The State of Delaware’s Emergency Management Agency is holding an event on October 13 to give away Potassium Iodide tablets.
If you don’t live in Delware or you don’t trust the small amount of government cheese you will be rationed, grab your own pills from the link above!
The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) and Delaware Division of Public Health will distribute potassium iodide (KI) tablets to Delaware residents living within a ten-mile radius (also known as the Emergency Planning Zone or EPZ) of the Salem/Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Stations.
The free tablets will be distributed on Thursday, October 13, 2022 between 12 noon and 7 p.m. at the Middletown Fire Hall, 27 W. Green Street, Middletown, Delaware.
KI is available to residents who have received it previously and whose tablets have reached their expiration date, as well as those who never received tablets before. Individuals with home or business addresses within the EPZ are eligible to receive the KI tablets. Recipients must bring a photo ID such as a driver’s license, proof of residency such as a utility bill, or proof of employment within the EPZ when they go to the Middletown Fire Hall; such proof is all that is required in order to receive KI tablets. Residents who have KI that is expired can bring those tablets to the distribution center to exchange for new ones.
KI does not protect against external radiation but can help protect the thyroid gland from ingested or inhaled radioactive iodine that might be released in a radiation emergency. KI is one of the protective measures outlined in Delaware’s emergency plans developed for use in a nuclear incident. The State of Delaware receives the tablets through a program initiated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
Potassium Iodide tablets
PHOTO: Potassium iodide (KI) tablets do not protect against external radiation but can help protect the thyroid gland from ingested or inhaled radioactive iodine that might be released in a radiation emergency. KI is one of the protective measures outlined in Delaware’s emergency plans developed for use in a nuclear incident.
Delaware residents living outside of the 10-mile EPZ who would like to obtain KI tablets should contact their pharmacist. KI is also available over-the-counter at some local pharmacies.
For additional information regarding the potassium iodide distribution program in Delaware, call the Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) section at 302-659-3362. More information and resources can be found at PrepareDE.org