Snowflakes just won’t accept the fact that ObamaCare was a complete falsehood in every aspect that was presented to Americans during Obama’ election.
Now that ObamaCare is on the way out and Trump’s American Healthcare Act is in play, liberals are presenting the facts as dramatically as possible. Given the scale that is used for any statistic one has the ability to make the results seem higher or lower in order to make a point. Currently Democrats are using this to their advantage in order to make this new Health Care Act seem detrimental to thousands of Americans. Isn’t that the current problem with ObamaCare?
We’re told that 23 million people will lose coverage if Obamacare is repealed – and then people will be dying in the streets (though somehow no one was dying in the streets before Obamacare existed).
But is such a claim even remotely true? Only if you get creative in what it means to be insured.
As Townhall’s Guy Benson noted, This is deeply misleading, for reasons that we explained in detail when the CBO released its March analysis of the initial ACHA. In short, the large bulk of those who are said to be “losing” coverage do not currently have coverage. You cannot “lose” something that you don’t have.