Presumptive Democrat nominee Kamala Harris really stepped in it earlier this week when she admitted during a nationally televised town hall on CNN that she supported the elimination of the entire private national health care industry in order to speed up the imposition of socialism.
The California queen of identity politics was immediately criticized by even some liberals for an idea that would be exponentially worse than the shitpile known as Obamacare but with the socialists on the rise, Dems are all-in for the confiscation of wealth by productive Americans in order to finance health care for illegal aliens, chiselers, moochers and lazy bitches and bastards who won’t get up off of their asses to get jobs. In a nutshell, it’s more free stuff for the party’s base of useless eaters and freeloaders.
With Harris already having been crowned by the media, the damage control has begun in earnest as corrupt partisan hacks and Clinton-slurpers in the media begin the spin campaign to make what Kamala suggested to be more palatable before the primaries start.
This morning, the call for the elimination of the entire industry came from rising star Pete Buttigieg, the openly gay mayor of South Bend who is a darkhorse contender for the nomination but more likely the bottom man on a Harris-Buttigieg ticket.
During a chat with Clinton crime family loyalist, George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week” the butt-man got a leg up on the other ambitious pols who are rushing to book passage on the S.S. Kamala which is on a collision course with President Trump next November.
Via The Washington Free Beacon, “Buttigieg Wants to Eliminate Private Health Insurance, Says He Doesn’t Understand Why It’s Required”:
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Peter Buttigieg (D.) on Sunday said that he supports Medicare for all and doesn’t understand why private insurance is required in our healthcare system.
Buttigieg, a 2020 presidential candidate, appeared on ABC’s “This Week” to discuss various issues, including healthcare. Host George Stephanopoulos mentioned how Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.), who recently announced she was running for president, supports Medicare for all and then asked Buttigieg whether she was right when she said that the system would do away with private insurance .
“I don’t see why it requires that. After all, if the framework we’re using is Medicare, a lot of people who have Medicare also have Medicare supplements, Medicare advantage, something like that. There can be a role for the private sector,” Buttigieg said.
“You’re for a single-payer system, aren’t you?” Stephanopoulos asked.
“I think so. I think that’s the right place for us to head as a country and we can debate the finer points of how to get there,” Buttigieg said. “I studied in the U.K. where there is not only single payer, but nationalized medicine which we’re not calling for even there. There is a role for the private sector. I just don’t believe that leaving Americans to the tender mercies of corporations is the best way to organize the health sector in this country.
You can keep your doctor is just like “the check’s in the mail”, “this won’t hurt a bit” and “I promise not to come in your mouth” and the Dems may just be able to pull this scam off given the braindead millennials who will augment the leeches of their base.