Obama and the Democrats once touted Obamacare as the law that was the answer to all our health insurance and health care problems. But then, one of the bill’s architects, Jonathan Gruber, was featured in videos showing him admitting that O-care was considered by the Left to be a stepping stone to single-payer. Gruber claimed that “lack of transparency is a huge political advantage” so the Dems didn’t want to reveal the true goal of Obamacare.
Admissions like that from people like Gruber used to be confined to academic videos or hot mic moments and were claims that many Dems denied, but today the person Obamacare is named after came right out and said it:
Obama endorses Medicare for all. pic.twitter.com/QCwgLj6425
— Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) September 7, 2018
Well, there it is:
“No,” they lied, “of course Obamacare isn’t a first step towards nationalized health care.” https://t.co/iqp1vxZaPd
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 7, 2018
Remember when Republicans said Obamacare was just a trojan horse to push the country towards single-payer https://t.co/Ijv8gWZzRu
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) September 7, 2018
Captain "you can keep your plan" finally admits he wants to force everyone into a government plan. https://t.co/FRaRS9T9n1
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) September 7, 2018
The “Grubering” is complete and now mainstream on the Left.
It was always a lie that he didn't want to usher in single payer. https://t.co/gMChuKI3Ti
— RBe (@RBPundit) September 7, 2018
— Rep. Mark Walker (@RepMarkWalker) September 7, 2018
Or its “success,” depending how you look at it.
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