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School shooters rise from the dead to tweet their support for psychiatric drugs in #MedicatedAndMighty hashtag campaign (dark satire)

Medicated and mighty

(NaturalNews) In yet another twisted example of staged corporate social media campaigns, Big Pharma recently hired a shadowy online public relations firm to launch a staged social media campaign to promote psychiatric drugs among America's youth. (Seriously, nothing is too unethical for the drug industry to push.)

The campaign uses the #MedicatedAndMighty hashtag and features a combination of real and staged "crisis actor" young people posting selfies with bags full of psychiatric drugs, all while claiming the drugs make them feel "mighty" and "normal." The idea, of course, is to make mind-altering drugs look hip and cool among socially-active youth.

But the campaign is wildly backfiring.

Today, school shooters who committed mass murder while on psychiatric drugs pulled off an unprecedented Halloween prank by returning from the grave to tweet their support for the #MedicatedAndMighty campaign, posting their own selfies and tweets.

Natural News exclusively acquired several of these tweets from infamous psych drug shooters, including Adam Lanza, Dylan Klebold, James Holmes and Kip Kinkel. In their tweets, they describe psychiatric drugs as making them feel "mighty violent" and helping them steady their aim as they gun down students.

Because the vast majority of school shooters have been found to have ties to mind-altering medications, these tweets from dead school shooters give a whole new meaning to the #MedicatedAndMighty hashtag.

(Editor's note: These mock tweets are intended to bring to light the REAL causes behind needless violence in our society. We are exposing the link between psychiatric drugs and mass murder in an effort to protect lives, prevent violence and hold the drug companies accountable for their mind-altering chemicals that turn troubled teenagers into mass murderers. Join us in this campaign to expose contrived, corporate-funded social media greenwashing campaigns by retweeting this story with the #MedicatedAndMighty hashtag...)

Adam Lanza: SSRI drugs are mighty useful for keeping my aim steady as I gun down innocent students. #MedicatedAndMighty

Cho Seung-Hui: When I take antidepressants, I feel mighty violent and feel like I'm ready to massacre #MedicatedAndMighty

Dylan Klebold: When my brain feels sick, I take Paxil and load up with weapons. Murdering students makes me feel #MedicatedAndMighty

James Holmes: Psych drugs help me remain calm between weapon reloads. I'm mighty dangerous to society! #MedicatedAndMighty

Kim Kinkel: Prozac helps me stay mighty focused while I reload. #MedicatedAndMighty

Bottom line: SHAME ON YOU Big Pharma

This article is obviously satire, but it's not in any way making light of the pain and suffering of those who lost loved ones in school shootings. Instead, we seek to shame the drug companies for their youth-centric, drug-peddling marketing influence campaigns that will undoubtedly cause MORE school shootings in the future!

Shame on you at The Mighty for also being mighty unethical. Is there any poison you won't promote for money?

As long as Big Pharma keeps earning profits, they really don't care how many school shootings are carried out by young men whose minds have been chemically altered by dangerous SSRI drugs and psychotropic medications. See PsychDrugShooters.com for a complete list of all the psychiatric drug-linked shootings documented so far.

While society is often quick to blame guns for such shootings, it is the person firing the gun who makes the decision to shoot. And when the brains of those people are chemically altered with dangerous psychiatric drugs, the outcome is often tragic.

Maybe it's time we had a national conversation about medication control. And maybe it's time we shamed these pharmaceutical companies and their unethical P.R. social influence marketing companies for preying on our nation's youth as a "target market" for yet more mind-altering drugs.

Shame on you all. The blood of innocents in on your hands. Hope you're mighty proud to be contributing to violence, suffering and death across our society...

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