By Red Pill   |  09-13-2017   News
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Senator Bernie Sanders, the man who many in the Democratic Party feel was robbed by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the DNC, and Hillary Clinton of a Presidential Nomination is set to unveil his Socialist resembling ‘Healthcare for Every American’ bill today.

The bill, unlikely to pass with the GOP controlling both the House and Senate would grant every American a Healthcare and Insurance package similar to Medicaid for All.

That comes amidst the continued failure by the GOP to accomplish Healthcare reform, something that has angered Trump supporters and the left alike.

For years the GOP claimed they wanted a clean repeal of Obamacare or a Repeal and Replace measure and thus far ten months in power nearly nothing has been done.

Bernie Sanders will likely use this as a platform to attack the GOP in the 2018 elections if they're unable to pass his bill or one of their own.

Meanwhile, unpopular Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy are releasing their own plan to dismantle Obama's statute of the Affordable Care Act today, but according to estimates, they're having trouble rounding up the votes they'd need to prevail.

Sanders' proposal is to expand Medicare to cover all Americans, something that Liberals have applauded while Conservatives say is simply impossible to pay for without huge tax increases.

Source:

http://www.uppermichiganssource.com/content/news/Sanders-GOP-push-banner-health-care-bills-444146003.html

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