Romney, Bain & Covid for Dollars.

Romney, Bain & Covid for Dollars.

Bain Capital doesn’t need to hire a lobbyist. They have Senator Mitt Romney. Whose Organization in Utah is eager to please their Money Master.

Mitt Romney Loves Big Pharma & Vaccine Money

  • In 2008, the Pharmaceutical Industry Donated $411,211 to Mitt Romney 
  • In 2012, the Pharmaceutical Industry Donated $2,459,407 to Mitt Romney 
  • As a Senator Mitt Romney has Received  $153,925 from the Pharmaceutical Industry

Is Mitt Romney Still Making Money for Bain Capital in the Senate?

  • Bain Capital  has Donated $100,300 to Senator Mitt Romney. His #1 Donor
  • Bain Capital  Donated $288,470 to Romney in 2012
  • Bain Capital Donated $117,075 to Romney in 2008

Romney is the Father of Romneycare & Obamacare

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Did Romney Financially Benefit From "Alleged" Vaccine Injuries?

As Robert F Kennedy Jr. explained, Pharmaceutical Companies Make More Money Treating the (alleged) vaccine injuries, than they make off of the vaccines themselves: Acadia Healthcare is a Major Holding in Mitt Romney's Portfolio through BCIP Trust Assoc. III. According to Acadia's Website:


"Through the Children’s Behavioral Solutions program, a resource coordinator will provide you with any support and help you might need while seeking treatment solutions for your child or teen. Your resource coordinator will remain involved throughout the entire process, even after placement for your child has been secured. Some of the many behavioral health concerns for which your resource coordinator can help you seek treatment solutions include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Conduct disorder
  • Eating disorders
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Mood disorders
  • Self-injurious behavior
  • Substance use disorders
  • PTSD and trauma-related concerns

Romney, Bain and Acadia Made Big Money from Obamacare

 Three Companies Benefiting from Obamacare's Expanded Access to Mental-Health Services. The law made access to treatment for addiction and other problems widely available. More patients with the means to pay for care is creating greater opportunities for providers. LAURA COOPERMAR 6, 2015 10:22 AM EST NEW YORK (The Deal) -- Addiction and other mental illnesses have been and always will be part of life in the United States. But until recently, many potential patients couldn't afford the treatment they needed. Obamacare changed that, and providers are moving to take advantage of the expanded market. As a result, behavioral-health companies -- private and public -- have been on the acquisition trail.... This past week, Acadia Healthcare (ACHC) - acquired Quality Addiction Management, which operates seven comprehensive treatment centers in Wisconsin, for about $53 million. Acadia has a market capitalization of $4.42 billion.
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Financials of Acadia Health

  • 89,533,375 Shares Outstanding
  • HIGH: $82.97 per Share (7-15-15)
  • LOW: $11.78 per share (3-23-20)
  • Recent Close: $28.60 per share (7-22-2020)
  • PE Ratio: 22.49  (Number of Years to Recoup Initial Investment)   PE of S&P 500 is 22.22
  • Beta: 1 (Stock moves 1:1 with the overall market)

BCIP Dumped 

  • BCIP Associates III: 3,452,202 Shares. Sold 2,351,137 in 8/2015 at $80.47 per share (near Market High)
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