Legendary ‘Cheers’ Actor Says ‘Last People’ He Would Trust With His Health Is ‘Big Pharma and Big Government’

Legendary ‘Cheers’ Actor Says ‘Last People’ He Would Trust With His Health Is ‘Big Pharma and Big Government’


Legendary “Cheers” actor Woody Harrelson told Bill Maher the “last people” he would trust with his own health is “Big Pharma and Big Government” — and he explained why.

During the 61-year-old actor’s appearance on the “Club Random with Bill Maher” podcast Sunday, the TV actor and host discussed the response to the COVID-19 pandemic over the last two-plus years. The two agreed that trusting the pharmaceutical companies and government rather than a person’s own doctor is bizarre.  The host asked his guest would it be that crazy that the pharma industry wouldn’t say advocate for “more boosters than were necessary” for profit?

“Like most Americans would not normally trust the government with helping them,” Harrelson replied. “Like what does the government actually do to help you?”

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