(Natural News) Despite its “pleasant ambiguity,” as one far-left “progressive” described it, 2020 Democratic presidential frontrunner Kamala Harris’ newly-proposed “Medicare for All” plan isn’t going over so well with average Americans, prompting the former girlfriend of former California State Assembly Speaker Willie Brown to backtrack her statements and do a 180-degree policy pivot.
During a recent “town hall” event that aired on fake news network CNN, Harris made the suggestion that, in order for her socialized medicine scheme to actually work, all private health insurance would have to be completely eliminated. These were her exact words:
“It is inhumane to make people go through a system where they cannot literally receive the benefit of what medical science can offer. Because some insurance company has decided it doesn’t meet their bottom line in terms of their profit motivation.”
Less than 24 hours later when it was determined by the Harris campaign that such a position is wildly unpopular with most Americans, Ian Sams, an adviser and national press secretary for Harris, suddenly and publicly stated that Harris now supports alternative options that wouldn’t actually eliminate private health insurance.
“Medicare-for-all is the plan that she believes will solve the problem and get all Americans covered. Period,” Sams is quoted as saying to CNN the day after Harris herself suggested scrapping all private health coverage. “She has co-sponsored other pieces of legislation that she sees as a path to getting us there, but this is the plan she is running on.”
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Remember the “Dean Scream” that killed Howard Dean’s bid for the 2004 presidency? Cackling Kamala did the same thing during her recent campaign kickoff speech
To say that Harris is having a rough start garnering public support for the presidency right out of the gate would be an understatement. During her recent campaign kickoff speech in Oakland, California, Harris concluded it with what The American Mirror describes as “a bizarre, wild laugh – similar to the infamous “Dean Scream” that ultimately killed Howard Dean’s bid for the presidency back in 2004.
Watch the video clip below of “Cackling Kamala” as she lets out a witch’s chortle following a nauseating rant about restoring America’s “moral leadership on this planet:”
“What was so funny about announcing a campaign for president?” asked The American Mirror‘s Olaf Ekberg about Cackling Kamala’s strange response to her own pre-packaged rhetoric.
“Pocahontas” also had her Howard Dean moment when she awkwardly chugged a beer in her kitchen during a Facebook live-stream event announcing her run for the presidency
It seems to be a trend with Democrats lately, including with fellow Democratic contender for the 2020 presidential race, Elizabeth Warren, who during a recent “I am running!” video she live-streamed on YouTube awkwardly chugged a beer in front of her cell phone camera – an apparent attempt by this Native American phony to resonate with everyday Americans.
“Pocahontas,” as she’s been popularly nicknamed by President Trump, was seen strangely popping the cap off of a beer bottle before taking a cringeworthy gulp of beer, all from the kitchen of her home in Cambridge, Massachusetts – in the process clearly demonstrating to her mere handful of viewers that she doesn’t actually drink beer.
Watch below as Pocahontas meanders around her kitchen with a beer bottle in hand, attempting to make conversation with her husband who obviously wanted nothing to do with this lame attempt at relating to normal Americans:
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