Democrat 2020 candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren, unveiled her plan to fund Medicare for All, that would cost $52 TRILLION, requiring $20.5 trillion in new spending over the next decade. She proclaimed that her plan would not require a middle class tax hike, proposing to pay for the multitrillion-dollar program by increasing her “Ultra-Millionaire Tax,” slashing defense spending, providing a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, and mandating an “Employer Medicare Contribution” that forces companies to send the money that they use for employee insurance to the federal government instead. Employees usually pay a portion of their health insurance premiums, but under Warren’s plan, employers will be saddled with the tax, resulting in job and wage losses. The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget reported that the wealth tax won’t even come close to covering Warren’s plan, and will only meet about 40% of the cost of Medicare for All.
Cornell law professor, William Jacobson, says that the funding for Warren’s Medicare for All is unrealistic and will force 140 million Americans to give up their private health insurance.
Warren admits that as many as 2 million jobs will disappear, including administrators, insurers, and other positions in doctors’ offices.
“We don’t need to raise taxes on the middle class by one penny to finance Medicare-for-all,” Sen. Warren, D-Mass., said in her plan — a copy of which was obtained by Fox News in advance of its release Friday.
The Warren campaign’s detailed proposal insists that the costs can be covered by a combination of existing federal and state spending on Medicare and other health care — as well as myriad taxes on employers, financial transactions, the ultra-wealthy and large corporations and some savings elsewhere. Those measures are meant to pay for a projected $20.5 trillion in new federal spending. Notably, they include what is essentially a payroll tax increase on employers, something economists generally say can hit workers in the form of reduced wages.
Warren calls for bringing in nearly $9 trillion in new Medicare taxes on employers over the next 10 years, arguing this would essentially replace what they’re already paying for employee health insurance. Further, Warren’s campaign says if they are at risk of falling short of the revenue target, they could impose a “Supplemental Employer Medicare Contribution” for big companies with “extremely high executive compensation and stock buyback rates.”
Appearing on “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with host Ed Henry, Denson said that the reality of the situation is “people lie,” but that “numbers don’t.”
People will accept any insult to their liberties in order to survive, which is the reason why one crisis after another is scientifically engineered. Confusion and fear is the secret weapon of tyrants. This will continue until a significant segment of the population (perhaps 15%) understands the scam and pushes back.
West railed against a COVID-19 vaccine saying he believes it is the mark of the beast, a symbol of opposition to God noted in the Book of Revelation. He condemned Planned Parenthood and believes it is the tool of white supremacists to do the “Devil’s work.”
No one has done a proper study for a novel, never-seen-before virus, and it will never be attempted because it would destroy the theory that one virus is causing a pandemic. A few people at the top know the truth, but the cult operates on blind faith.
The decision could call into question thousands of state prosecutions for serious crimes. Under federal law, major crimes committed by individuals on Native American land must be tried by the federal government. Hundreds of state prosecutions could become undone, even for heinous crimes.
Oregon politician Jonathan Lopez admitted to police that he sent an “anonymous” hate-filled racist letter to himself in a bid to advance his political career. He lost the primary race and placed fourth when he was a candidate for county commissioner in May 2020.
It is already a crime to file a false police report and this bill could have a chilling effect on calling the police in a real emergency – especially if the crime or threat of crime is committed by someone of a protected minority.
Trump’s broad rollback of Obamacare rules that required employers to provide free birth control to women. But employers are no longer forced to participate in providing cost-free contraceptives to employees. Congressman Jerry Nadler said the regulations upheld by the Court can be reversed by a new President.
Samantha Shader is accused of hurling a Molotov cocktail at an NYPD van full of police during a George Floyd protest, and she claimed a trio of “black” strangers made her do it. Prosecutors say the bottle failed to ignite because she used toilet paper instead of a rag as the fuse. The facts do not support her story.
The State’s Medical Practice Board accused Dr. Jensen of ‘providing reckless advice’ on a news program by comparing COVID-19 to the ordinary flu. [Dr. Jensen is correct, of course, and If this goes to court, there is a good chance he will prove his case. Our guess, therefore, is that it will never go to court.]
The new classification of ‘probable cases’ includes 15 possible ways to be counted as a COVID-19 patient without ever taking a lab test. Anyone who had contact with a COVID-19 patient and has two symptoms can be considered a probable COVID-19 case and could be quarantined for 14 days.
Forest City Police Department officials said that Shaquille Marshon Francis allegedly murdered the girl just three hours after he had been released from jail. Earlier in the day, he was arrested and booked for allegedly pointing a gun at someone, and he was released hours later, enabling him to kill the little girl.
The driver was attempting to make a U-turn near the near the burned-down Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed when a group of armed individuals who were blocking the entrance confronted her and opened fire on the car. The police are seeking three suspects.
House Bill 2502 that would give the director of the State Department of Health the power to declare a health emergency if authorized by the governor. The governor already has the power to declare a health emergency, and critics of this bill say that it gives too much power to a state official who is not elected.
Rockland County officials issued subpoenas to eight people allegedly infected by the coronavirus to compel them to speak with contact tracers about contracting the COVID-19 disease at a party last month. Patricia Rupert, the county’s health commissioner, said, “Failure to comply will be costly: $2,000 per day.”
The country’s uninformed population may be exploited as the French researcher Jean-Paul Mira proposed, “Shouldn’t we be doing this study in Africa where there are no masks, no treatment, no intensive care, a little bit like we did in certain AIDS studies or with prostitutes?”
Places of worship must therefore discontinue singing and chanting activities and limit indoor attendance to 25% of building capacity or a maximum of 100 attendees, whichever is lower. A choir practice without masks was blamed for an acute outbreak of coronavirus in Washington State in March.
Video shows a driver hitting two female BLM protesters standing on the I-5 freeway at 1:30 in the morning. Summer Taylor died at the hospital. The Washington State Patrol says it will not allow protesters to enter I-5 and will arrest pedestrians on the freeway. The driver, Dawit Kelete, was arrested.
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Democrats dominate the House with 225 seats while Republicans have 200 seats. Ten seats are still being decided. Republicans hold 51 Senate seats and Democrats hold 47 seats. Democrats hold 23 governorships and Republicans control 25, with two still undecided.
Update: Four moderate Democrats joined Republicans in Monday’s committee vote, rejecting the legislation. Senators voted to shelve the bill for the year and ask the state crime commission to study the issue.
Democrats are pushing cap the number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees down to 16,500 illegal aliens who have committed additional crimes beyond illegal entry into the US, which will result in thousands being released into American neighborhoods.