Psycho Senator Bernie Sanders went nuts on Sunday morning and bizarrely claimed that “thousands of people will literally die” if President Donald Trump “gets his way” on healthcare. During an interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sanders joined the panel to discuss his 2020 presidential campaign, but rather than discuss his ideas, he spread doomsday scenarios.
Sanders claims “thousands of people” would “literally die” if Trump is able to use the courts to successfully strike down the Affordable Care Act.
What is it with the all the doomsday talk from the left? AOC says the world will end in 12 years. Bernie says thousands will die if we rollback the ACA. Both promise to ‘save us all’ but only if we give them unfettered access to taxpayers’ wallets. Does this sound right to you?
“Trump has an idea on health care. His idea is to throw 32 million off of the health insurance they have. Doing away with insurance for kids who are 26 years of age or younger who are on their parents’ plans, doing away with the protections that the ACA has for preexisting conditions,” Sanders began.
“Margaret, that means if your cancer, your heart disease, you have diabetes, if Trump gets his way, the cost of health insurance for you will be so high that many people literally will not be able to afford it. Thousands of people will literally die. That’s Trump’s health insurance plan,” he added.
Sanders resumed, “My plan is just a little bit different. I think we should join the result of the industrialized world, guarantee health care to all people as a right and end the absurdity of the United States spending twice as much per capita on health care as any other nation, while our life expectancy is actually going down, and our health care outcomes are worse than many other countries.”
Sanders’ socialist agenda would undoubtedly put the nation at risk, especially the U.S. military.
Sanders revealed last month that in order to pay for his socialist agenda, he would take serious action against the U.S. military if he becomes the next president.
During a rally in Brooklyn, New York, Sanders told the crowd that as president, he would enact policies that provide “free” healthcare to everyone as well as “free” tuition for those attending colleges and universities.