Trump Drops Life Changing Healthcare Bombshell During Early Sunday Morning Freak Out


Between his tweets and his constant trips to Mar A Lago, Donald Trump deserves to be grounded.

In a slew of messages sent out via his personal Twitter Sunday morning, Donald Trump confirmed that the Republican party (probably not him personally, again), is working on another health care bill to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as ObamaCare.

He wrote:

‘You can’t compare anything to ObamaCare because ObamaCare is dead. Dems want billions to go to Insurance Companies to bail out donors…New healthcare plan is on its way. Will have much lower premiums & deductibles while at the same time taking care of pre-existing conditions!’

Uh, what?! President Trump and his buffoon Republican associates are again going to try to repeal and replace ObamaCare?

This could not be worse.

Certainly, the Affordable Care Act has its faults, but it does a much better job than the last replacement option President Trump and Paul Ryan were pushing. Furthermore, the fact that Trump writes that ObamaCare is “dead” suggests he has not heeded the suggestions of thousands of Americans who urged him to just fix ObamaCare.

Of course, he won’t do that, because then he can’t slap his name on it and the GOP won’t get ‘adequate’ credit for the healthcare ‘fix’.

He also has completely forgotten that it wasn’t Democrats who blocked the American Health Care Act, or any replacement from coming to pass — because they can’t. It was moderate Republicans who took a stand against the horrible legislation by refusing to vote in support of 14 to 26 million Americans losing coverage over the next few years.

Sadly, we’ve heard all of these promises before from the commander in chief. On the campaign trail we were told we would get cheaper premiums and better care, and they tried to deliver that by throwing millions of vulnerable people under the bus and striping them of their health care coverage.

It goes without saying that there is little hope that this next solution will deliver.

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