hypocrisy meterSo there was Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren sitting at a table criticizing Trump’s efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare. They call it Trumpcare, and if you listen to them and the rest of the Democrats, Trumpcare will kill, yes kill, millions of Americans.

The realities of Obamacare are far different from what the Democrats purport and would have you believe. That will be presented in an upcoming blog publication here. So let it suffice to say for now, and you can believe or not believe it, that except for those who got Obamacare free through Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, or given stipends to pay for it, Obamacare cost most American families who pay for their own insurance a small fortune and it put many people out of work, most of those people minimum wage earners who were laid off due to the twenty-nine hour rule. And that’s not to mention the tax we’ve all been paying on medical supplies.

Chutzpah. Chutzpah to pretend that Obamacare did anything other than attempt to control every facet of Americans’ lives and redistribute hard-working, tax-paying Americans’ money.

Chutzpah.

Sanders and Warren were saying that President Trump was appeasing the wishes of the Koch Brothers and the rich corporations and that despite the fact that Trumpcare will kill millions of Americans, the Republicans were more worried about carrying out the wishes of the rich Koch Brothers and other billionaire-corporations than taking care of Americans.

Why is this Chutzpah? First, Chutzpah is too nice a word. Hypocrisy is a better word. Even more important, it is just another step in the Democrat hoodwinking of the American public, or just another of the false presentations  they have been giving us for the last sixty years, yes, that’s right, sixty years, and even a few more before that.

As they were on TV  saying this about the Republicans and the Koch Brothers (I don’t know if it was prerecorded or not) the run-off election in Georgia was taking place. It is the single most expensive election of its kind with the Democrat candidate, Ossoff, who is not even from the district in which the election is for and who only might move there if he wins, having scored more than 20 million dollars. Ossoff owns a film-making company that has received large contributions from organizations funded by none other than George Soros. Soros is quietly behind the scenes funding many of the Democrat initiatives, Ossoff’s included. Ossoff’s company also gets a lot of money from Al Jazeera.

So herein is the hypocrisy, or the Chutzpah. For Warren and Sanders to say anything about the Koch Brothers and the Republicans is nothing more than the pot calling the kettle black. Or it is hypocrisy on a grand scale. It is part and parcel of the Democratic playbook, a playbook designed to hoodwink the American public and one that is more destructive to American society than anything the Republicans could do, even on their best day, which they haven’t seen in a long time.

So this is just another facet of the turnaround. The Democrats would have you believe they are working for you and have your backs. The truth is they are masters of the sound bite and are desperately hoping they have dumbed-down our education system enough so the majority of the public is not interested in or capable of looking at the realities behind their sound bites.

While I don’t generally like to use the first person, I do implore you. Don’t believe me. Look behind everything. Look at who has done what, who is funded by whom, what the real costs of Obamacare are and what is actually happening to Obamacare as this is being written. Dig deep and look at it all.

Advertisements