Medicare for All

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The chart brings into perspective the comparative cost of Medicare for All.

Medicare for All is a communist proposal introduced by the Democratic party into Congress in February 2019 with 100 sponsors after the calamitous failure of Obamacare.

To meet the estimated costs of Medicare for All, U.S. carbon emissions would have to be increased five-fold over the next ten years to avoid rationing.

Modern origins

Medicare for All originated as item 6 in the far left Occupy Wall Street[1] list of demands. It reads:
"Medicare for all American citizens or another single-payer healthcare system, adjusted by a means test (i.e. citizens who can afford it may opt-out and pay their own health insurance or opt-in and pay a means tested premium). The Medicaid program, fraught with corruption and fraud, will be eliminated except for the purpose of providing emergency room care to indigent non-citizens who will not be covered by the single-payer program."

Gross Domestic Product is the aggregate sum total of every individual and business's Gross income, which in 2019 amounted to $19 Trillion; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sen. Bernie Sanders, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's proposal for Medicare for All is estimated to cost $32 Trillion.

Medicare for All is a prime objective to save the planet from greenhouse gases and get to net-zero carbon emissions by banning cars before the year 2030 under the Democrats Green New Deal.

Incremental nationalization

See also: Incrementalism

Obamacare was designed to fail with the hope that after it crashed and burned, Americans would willingly acept Socialism.

The Congressional Budget Office was widely off in its projections that 22 million Americans would lose their health insurance if the individual mandate were repealed. Only 2.5 million more people are expected to go without insurance in 2019 due to its repeal, according to the latest report, and that number is expected to decline in the years ahead.[2][3]

Sponsors

These Democrats introduced legislation to allow their constituents to loot their fellow citizens. Many are members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. The Socialist proposal disregards fundamental property and human rights.

House

Senate


To be fair, some Democrats did backaway from the communist plot to destroy America. [4] Notably Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., the House Majority Whip; Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., chairwoman of the Energy and Commerce's Health Subcommittee; and Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., chairman of the House Budget Committee.

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