Zombie Trumpcare

Jul 21, 2017
Pelosi Update


No matter how many times Congressional Republican’s zombie Trumpcare bill fails, they remain obsessed with finding new, even more cruel ways to inflict devastation on the health and pocketbooks of hard-working Americans. However they dress it up, Trumpcare fundamentally means higher health costs, tens of millions of hard-working Americans losing health coverage, gutting key protections, a crushing age tax, and stealing from Medicaid.

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi delivers her weekly press conference where she discusses healthcare and protecting the Affordable Care Act. 

Trumpcare is collapsing under the tonnage of its cruelty and the strength of America’s familiesmaking their voices heard against the bill. But once again, instead of working across the aisle to make health care more affordable, Republicans are pressing for a plan that is even more extreme and destructive. They are trying to force unspeakable suffering on veterans, seniors and working families across the country, just to hand hundreds of billions of dollars to the wealthiest. After seven years of railing against the Affordable Care Act, the moral bankruptcy of their agenda has been utterly exposed. 

In Congress and across the country, Democrats will continue to turn up the heat until this assault on hard-working American families is stopped once and for all.

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