Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts recently told a crowd of liberal activists that her proposed “Medicare for All” plan will be available even to illegal immigrants, free of charge.
The comments were made at a political rally event that Mijente, a “pro-Latinx” activist group, sponsored.
It comes as no surprise, therefore, that Warren went on to explain how her free-for-all plan will help justify future amnesty:
“I believe health care is a basic human right, and we fight for basic human rights. But let me tell you another reason why I do it: it fits with my immigration plan, and that is – my immigration plan is to put the people who are here to stay on a path to citizenship.”
Medicare for All might sound like it’s free, but it’s projected to cost about $52 trillion over the next decade.
Warren repeatedly dodged the numerous direct questions on how middle-class taxes will be affected as a result.
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Whether in political debates or by liberal media (including ABC News and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), her evasive answers remained the same every time she was asked about it.
With very little variation, Warren consistently insisted “costs are going to go up for the wealthiest Americans, for big corporations… and hard-working middle-class families are going to see their costs go down.”
Even when challenged by moderator Jake Tapper during the July 30 CNN debate, Warren continued to say “for middle-class families, costs – total costs – will go down.”
However, at long last, she released a post last week making repeated promises that “Not one penny in middle-class tax increases” to pay for her plan.
But this was proven to be a lie, even confirmed by other Democrats.
Fellow presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont continues to support the idea of Medicare for All. However, he’s gone on record saying “yes, [the middle-class] will pay more in taxes.”
“She’s making it up,” he said in answer to PBS host Judy Woodruff’s question regarding Warren’s estimated cost projections:
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“She’s making it up! Look, nobody thinks it’s $20 trillion. It’s between 30 and 40 trillion dollars. Every major independent study that’s gone out there, that’s taken a look into this – there’s no way. Even Bernie, who talks about the need to raise middle-class taxes, he can’t even meet the cost of it.”
In fact, Biden believes “it’s going to be very difficult to even get a Democratic Congress to vote for that.”
We certainly don’t think it’s a patriotic thing to do.