Trump Mean: Republican Health Plan Cuts Off, Kills Excess Population
Trump Mean, by Dave Masko. Just as information technology gives “the illusion of connection,” so too does Donald Trump and the Republicans create an “illusion” that they care about the health and well-being of all Americans in the wake of their evil plan to cut off more than 50 million Americans from needed health care. This collection of “new journalism” essays and reports also lets you know th...
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t after seven years of trying to repeal “Obama Care,” the Republicans, with odious Donald Trump cheering leading this GOP health he also dubbed as ‘MEAN,’ that aims to remove more than 50 “poor and needy” Americans from having health care. Meanwhile, the use of cold soul tweets is how Trump uses these shots of digital stimulation instead of allowing the country “to have a real conversation about health care for all Americans,” says retired nurse Daisy O’Callaghan after reviewing the once ‘top secret’ Republican Senate health care plan “that is as hurtful to poor Americans as the Republican passed House plan that crazy man Trump cheered on.” O’Callaghan, 73, is a mother and grandmother who now spends her days participating in the recent Women’s March on Washington, the People’s Climate March and current late June 2017 anti-Trump protests against this “over the top evil Republican plan to reward the top 1%; while creating a perfect storm to actually remove the excess poor population in America by passing this GOP health care legislation that removes the Medicare safety net that so many poor and elderly rely on.” O’Callaghan knows first-hand, as a former nurse, that “once the Republicans pull this health care safety net from underneath our most vulnerable, they will simply fill our hospital emergency rooms and running up big bills that our local community and state cannot afford.” Still, the Republicans don’t seem to care if 50 million Americans cannot afford this new Republican health care plan that is denounced by people on the right and left because “it’s heartless and really kills people in the end because they will literally die without the medical treatment and meds they need to live,” added the old woman with tears in her eyes. At the same time, this special “new journalism” report encourages all Americans to listen to that voice inside that says we must love and have true compassion for all Americans regardless if they are poor. For instance, a growing number of poor and needy are filling spaces in local strip malls and city parks here in Oregon; while those with means dub these poor as “buzz kills” because wealthy Republicans enjoy the good life and detest poor ruining their good times. Donald Trump publically rejected poor Americans recently when declaring that the $4.1 trillion in spending that this billionaire will buy more bombs; while slashing more than $800 billion from the federal “Medicaid” health program that provides a needed safety net for the poor and seniors in need. “Trump’s budget takes aim at the poor with steep cuts that will mean more mentally ill walking about like zombies; while children of the poor will likely fade away and die if Trump and Republicans have their evil way,” adds O’Callaghan and other concerned citizens interviewed for this new journalism report and accompanying essays that looks at the evil that Trump and the GOP are doing to destroy American values.