Medicare For All will force taxpayers to fund all abortions in America

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The Party of Death is at it again.

It’s bad enough that U.S. taxpayers are forced to pay for abortion via the federal government’s funding of Planned Parenthood, a new bill introduced by Demonrats will force taxpayers to fund any and all abortions in America.

Under the guise of a benevolent concern to provide government health care for all Americans, the Medicare For All Act of 2019 isn’t just socialism. The bill funds the killing of unborn Americans — all at taxpayers’ expense.

Currently, federal law prohibits Medicare money from paying for abortion services via the Hyde Amendment, but some states have programs that fund abortions by “low-income” women. Some private insurance policies also cover, or partially cover, abortion services. The Medicare for All Act of 2019 would fund abortion by repealing the Hyde Amendment.

On February 28, 2019, Reps. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Debbie Dingell (D-MI) introduced the Medicare for All Act of 2019. The bill is co-sponsored by more than 100 House Democrats.

The Medicare for All Act of 2019 promises a utopia of lollipops and raindrops:

  • It’s free!: “Enrollment in Medicare for All would not require any private insurance premiums or deductibles. Upon receiving care, patients would not be charged any co-pays or other out-of-pocket costs.”
  • It covers everything!: “Provides comprehensive health care coverage including all primary care, hospital and outpatient services, dental, vision, audiology, women’s reproductive health services, maternity and newborn care, long-term services and supports, prescription drugs, mental health and substance abuse treatment, laboratory and diagnostic services, ambulatory services, and more.”
  • You can choose your doctor!: “Patients will have complete freedom to choose the doctors, hospitals, and other providers they wish to see, without worrying about whether a provider is ‘in-network’.”
  • It’ll save money!: “Simplify the healthcare system by moving to a single-payer model,” thereby reducing “the hundreds of billions of dollars wasted on the administration of the current inefficient multi-payer system, allowing providers to focus on patientcare instead.”
  • Lower-price meds!: “Substantially lower the costs of prescription drugs” by allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices, “as other countries do.”
  • We’ll stick it to those greedy bastards!: “Prevent healthcare corporations from overcharging for the costs of their services and profiting off illness and injury. The legislation prevents providers from using payments from the program for profit, union-busting,marketing, or federal campaign contributions.”

Reporting for Catholic News Agency, Christine Rousselle warns that the Medicare for All Act “also aims to introduce universal ‘comprehensive reproductive health’ coverage for women, including abortions. It is unclear what the scope of abortion provisions would be, or if doctors would be able to refuse to participate in abortions if they are morally opposed to the procedure.”

President and CEO Ilyse Hogue of the pro-abort NARAL Pro-Choice America enthused in a statement: “Representative Jayapal has been an unwavering champion for women and reproductive freedom [abortion] and we applaud her leadership today. Rep. Jayapal’s Medicare for All proposal recognizes the simple truth that women will never be equal members in society until we have full access to reproductive healthcare. Put simply, a right is not a right if you cannot access it.”

Tom Shakely, the chief engagement officer at Americans United For Life, points out that the Medicare for All Act would:

  • Fund abortions by repealing the Hyde amendment.
  • Ban private insurance, which can have serious consequences for healthcare choice and accountability.
  • Create a single and unaccountable government monopoly on healthcare. Shakely warns: “We would never want the U.S. Postal Service to be granted a monopoly over the delivery of all goods in America. Take that principle and apply it to healthcare, if you’re not certain of how you feel about Medicare for All.”

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5 responses to “Medicare For All will force taxpayers to fund all abortions in America

  1. I really cannot understand how a program that is this expansive could possibly be instituted unless . . . babies with major health problems are just allowed to die without extreme measures (I don’t see how the Dems would possibly be against this, what with their wish to kill babies wholesale as it is,) on the other end, those of us who are past our working life would also have to be hastened to death, rather than giving us any life saving measures.

    Even if these measures were to be instituted . . . where would enough monies come from to pay for so much for so many?

     
  2. One thing to remember about socialism. It is all quantity, but no quality. Is this really what Americans want for themselves and their families in the 21s century?

     
  3. Kelleigh Nelson

    Yes, this is true…also an Article V constitutional convention will do the same thing. We will never have any battles to fight, they will own us. Medicare for all is nothing more than control of American citizens, a la UN Agenda 2030…we have to get rid of these commies

     
  4. Democrats will bankrupt America just for that.

     
  5. Abortions and infanticide today; federal funding for hormones and surgery for kids tomorrow against their parents’ wishes. The Republicans, not the Dems, fully funded PP behind our backs last time around.

    The Left smells victory knowing democracy guarantees total control maybe as early as 2020, but they can comfortably temporize knowing the line in the sand always moves their way. The idea circulating that these new GND Dems are the Republicans’ best campaigners is way off the mark.

     

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