Episode

8/9 Adam Gaffney: Why Medicare for All is The Answer

August 9, 2017

Trump threatens North Korea with fire and fury and North Korea threatens Guam.

Physician, activist and Harvard instructor Adam Gaffney, explains why Medicare for all is the answer to our health crisis. Why a public option is not going to solve the core problems of the health crisis. The debate inside the Left about how to expand healthcare. The Conyers bill and will doctors make less money overall? Why is American healthcare more expensive? Why Medicare for all is a win for everyone and how Obamacare improved the expectations for healthcare.

On The Fun Half: What’s the best way to nationalize healthcare? Rex Tillerson walks back Trump’s crazy threats? Lindsay Graham, says its better to fight the “war over there”. Trump has been calling for war against North Korea for over a decade. Trump, has a fresh idea for fighting drugs. The positive news packet that Trump gets everyday. Seb Gorka says we are now a “hyperpower” and why there is no such thing as lone wolf terrorist attacks. Fox News whines about Mitch McConnell and your calls and IMs.

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