Sometimes our current president tends to chime in on things he hasn’t always looked deep enough into, and as a result, helps skewer his own public image even further by saying things he shouldn’t at very wrong times and places.
In this case, a great deal of supporters of the universal healthcare system marched in London against protesters on Saturday to show their support of the National Health Service and the amenities it offers the people. Of course, Donald Trump didn’t see it that way. Knowing it would open more doors for universal healthcare in America, he used how people reacted to stand as a testimony to the simple fact that the turn out proved that universal healthcare in America would open the door for, again, his words:
“Dems want to greatly raise taxes for really bad and non-personal medical care. No thanks!”
Non-personal. I like that. Does that mean the doctor doesn’t buy me a coffee before my rectal exam? Well, when he presents his argument that eloquently who can even argue?
99.9% of us can, really.
Just the fact that he has broken the sole concept of a democrat down to a slur or buggered nickname (we are DEMS now, people, and you can’t spell DEMONS without DEMS. Oh crap, I bet he is gonna use that now) just shows us what mental level this guy is on at all times.
Now to show you just how wrong he actually is:
He then ALSO went on to praise (wait for it, wait….for……it) Fox news for, and again, in his words:
“Thank you to @foxandfriends for exposing the truth, Perhaps that’s why your ratings are soooo much better than your untruthful competition!”
Only further cementing how out of touch he is about most of the stuff he talks about. When your president is THANKING Fox news publically, you know you aren’t in the best hands. And with the NHS movement being aware of the support it is getting in the U.S, you know this has Trump sweating (literal gold) bullets right now.
About the NHS healthcare march and how the growing American support is helping the cause:
Discussing the possibility of universal healthcare in the US, Nigel Farage, former leader of the UK Independence Party perhaps inadvertently pointed to growing American support for it when he said: “If you were to introduce universal healthcare, paid for centrally under taxes, you would never ever be able to remove it.”
And he is right, which scares Donald a bit so he reacted (like he is oft prone to do). So the people speak up about something they want and do in a 99% peaceful way that seems effective and Trump says it shows why universal healthcare wouldn’t work.
Meanwhile, everyone else on earth who isn’t making $200,000 a year feels the opposite.