Cory Booker prattles on about the NRA and gun laws despite clearly knowing nothing about either of them, so it should come as no surprise that he does the same when it comes to health care policy:
“This is a broken system and we must fix it … Health care is an American right and the current system is definitely wrong. I believe the best way to get there is by having Medicare for all," Cory Booker says. #BookerTownHall https://t.co/8If7Lkd89C pic.twitter.com/Ve2BbE2tg7
— CNN (@CNN) March 28, 2019
Cory Booker loves few things more than the sound of his own voice, but does he ever just stop and really listen to himself? Because Derek Hunter’s found a slight problem with Booker’s argument:
Um, @CoryBooker, you just told a woman who is on Medicare and says she can't afford her care, that the solution for people like her is Medicare for All. She has it. If it's the solution, shouldn't she be the example of the solution, not the problem? https://t.co/CevcBcxfKL
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) March 28, 2019
If he doesn't understand that, he is the last guy I want to see in charge of fixing healthcare.
— John Purinton (@JohnPurinton) March 28, 2019
Also a good point.
He is so thick.
— James Scheduled (@ScheduledJames) March 28, 2019
An unrepentant moron.
— Brandon (@DeltaSigmaBeta) March 28, 2019
Spartacus, not smartacus.
— Loren Thowe (@LorenThowe) March 28, 2019
— Dennis Kenez (@denniskenez) March 28, 2019
Am I the only person that remembers when Obamacare was passed it was going to fix all of this and here we are worse off and still discussing healthcare reform?
— Heather (@diesel2500Ram) March 28, 2019