After being prodded and poked for months on end, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren has finally revealed just how much her “Medicare For All” plan would likely cost American taxpayers – and it’s not pretty.
According to the world’s most infamously fake Native American, the price tag for “free health care” would be “just under $52 trillion,” or nearly twice the amount of our current national debt.
“All 331 million Americans,” Warren contends – this includes the tens of millions of illegal aliens that now live within our borders, it’s important to note – can be covered under Warrencare for about 65 percent of the entire global gross domestic product (GDP).
In other words, Warrencare would cost Americans more than half of the entire value of every good and service produced in the world during a given year – and according to Warren, this is somehow feasible without having to raise taxes on middle-class families.
Not a single American would have “to pay for premiums or copays or any of the other ways health insurance companies stick you with the bill,” Warren states on her campaign website.
“What’s more, Elizabeth’s plan for Medicare for All doesn’t raise middle-class taxes by one penny.”
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This incredible miracle to be performed by Warren doesn’t stop there, apparently. On her campaign website, Warren further claims that her $52 trillion plan will somehow end up returning about $11 trillion back to the American people in the form of a “tax cut.”
“That’s bigger than the biggest tax cut in our history,” this beer-guzzling phony contends.
How Warren plans to accomplish this supernatural feat is by increasing taxes “on giant corporations and the richest 1% of Americans,” as well as “by cracking down on tax evasion and fraud.”
“… if you’re not in the top 1%, Wall Street, or a big corporation – congratulations, you don’t pay a penny more and you’re fully covered by #MedicareForAll,” Warren proudly tweeted about her little scheme.
But as you’re likely already thinking, the numbers simply don’t add up, no matter how you try to contort them. Aside from having the Federal Reserve simply print these trillions of dollars on-demand out of thin air, there’s just no possible way to conjure up $52 trillion to pay for “free” health care, let alone to give $11 trillion back to Americans.
Warren can’t even get right the number of Americans that were supposedly uninsured or “underinsured” in 2018. She claims this number to be 87 million, but that’s 27 million higher than the number that Barack Obama put forth while pushing Obamacare through Congress.
These brain-dead politicians simply make it all up as they go along, hoping that American voters will be dumb enough to vote for “free stuff” – even when “free stuff” isn’t actually feasible.
As further pointed out by Fox News, Warren’s plan to raise payroll taxes on employers will, in fact, hit the middle class, despite Warren’s claim to the contrary.
Increased payroll taxes on employers “can hit workers in the form of reduced wages,” Fox explains. Warren is also planning to increase the capital gains tax, which is already negatively impacting the middle class at its current rates.
“Regardless of what kind of money is involved, ‘Medicare For All’ would likely result in a pretty significant kind of shift in how our health care system is structured, and even supporters of that approach within the health policy world have said that would likely mean lost jobs in some form,” warns Casey McDermott, a reporter for New Hampshire Public Radio.
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