Buttigieg Says Sanders’ 'Medicare for All' Math Doesn’t Add Up

"Are we going to pay for it in the form of still further taxes, or are we going to pay for it in the form of broken promises?” 

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — Speaking in Plymouth, New Hampshire just days before the crucial Democrat Primay there — and campaigning alongside Hollywood actor Kevin Costner — Pete Buttigieg cautioned voters against “chasing after the extremes,” saying his self-proclaimed Democrat Socialist oppenent Bernie Sanders has not been upfront about his “Medicare-for-All” vision.
 
“How are we going to pay for it? Are we going to pay for it in the form of still further taxes, or are we going to pay for it in the form of broken promises?” asked Buttigieg.

“We cannot risk alienating voters at this critical moment, and that's where I part ways with my friend Sen. Sanders,” Buttigieg said.

“This is a moment for bringing as many people as we can into the picture. But a picture where your only choice is between a revolution or the status quo, is a picture where most of us don’t see ourselves," Mr. Buttigieg said.
 
ad-image
image
04.07.2020

TEXAS INSIDER ON YOUTUBE

image
04.06.2020
image
03.30.2020