Kamala Harris supports a comprehensive takeover of health care by the government, said of the free market: "Let everything eliminate. Let's move on." pic.twitter.com/0HmW2Pnn6d
– Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 29, 2019CNN's Jake Tapper asked Harris about his support for a Medicare for All bill sponsored by Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), which, if passed, would completely eliminate private insurance and if that meant Americans who love their insurance could not keep their insurance. he.
"Well, listen, the idea is that everyone has access to medical care, and you will not have to go through the process of going through an insurance company, getting them approved, going through the paperwork "said Harris. "Let's eliminate all this, let's move on to something else."
As for the announcement of his candidacy for 2020, this was planned. More at Hot Air, citing The Washington Post, they noted that the California agenda of Harris we would destroy as he has the golden state:
Senator Kamala D. Harris (California) will propose a tax plan of nearly $ 3 trillion, billions of tax credits for low-income renters, a system of health care for all and a reduction in the amount of money cash. bail of detainees charged with criminal offenses, said his assistants …
Aides said the Harris platform will integrate Senator Bernie Sanders' Medicare-of-all Health Care proposal, while advocating for huge tax breaks to help low-income renters and increase family incomes. working class…
Harris, on the other hand, is expected to operate on both a single payer health program that is expected to cost more than $ 30 trillion, as well as on tax benefits that would significantly reduce federal revenues. Supporters say it reflects his willingness to use different solutions to solve big problems.
Here's the thing, Harris. Americans actually like their employer-based private health insurance. They love it so much that when you ask voters they would support health insurance for all if it involves cannibalizing such plans, you have to support the single payer system. go down the toilet:
The public is divided into a single payer health system, with 47% of respondents favoring this approach and 46% opposed it.
But when we tell supporters that all health care costs would be covered by a single payer system – but that it would eliminate employer schemes and that there would be only one government regime – the figures go to 36% favor and 55% opposition.
In fact, Americans will soon learn that they have a big tab to pick up with this bag of left-handed gifts – and I'm going to be very fat, they'll find that very unpleasant.