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Exposed: Lies, Corruption, & Pay To Keep The Public In a Fear-Induced Panic For Ultimate Control

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The ruling class and elitists of the planet are lying to our faces! Even by their own numbers, this COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t qualify for the massive response.  Hospitals have now exposed that the government is paying them more to put patients on ventilators, whether they need it or not.

This has become a controlling scam-demic.  Anyone with the smallest ability to read even mainstream media’s reports of the statistics should have known that the powers that shouldn’t be are trying their hardest to induce fear to take ultimate control over our lives. Several doctors have spoken up about how the government demanded they bump up the number of deaths by mislabeling death certificates, and more continue to speak out.

BOMBSHELL: MN Senator Reveals HHS “Coaching Document” On How To OVERCOUNT Coronavirus Cases

Another COVID-19 Whistleblower: A Montana Dr. Says Government Is Drastically Overstating Deaths

Dr. Scott Jensen was one of the first to speak out. In addition to saying the government is encouraging hospitals to record all deaths as COVID-19 deaths, he says they are also paying hospitals to overexaggerate the entire outbreak.

“Right now Medicare is determining that if you have a COVID-19 admission to the hospital you get $13,000. If that COVID-19 patient goes on a ventilator you get $39,000, three times as much. Nobody can tell me after 35 years in the world of medicine that sometimes those kinds of things impact on what we do.”

This is absolutely bone-chilling.

This lockdown is not in the best interests of anyone other than those issuing the orders. On a positive note, the lockdown will end when the public finally stands up and says “no. We will not obey your orders for us to lose everything.”

While people can debate the statistics all day, the truth is in the government’s reaction. Now that we all know they are lying and they put most of humanity on house arrest for weeks and forced millions into poverty, we have the power to stand up and end the lockdown on our own. It’s time.

It’s Time To Push Back Against The Draconian Lockdowns And Tyranny

They Don’t Want You to Know the Truth Or Be Exposed To Differing Opinions

The politicians that locked us up as prisoners need to know that they don’t have the power to remove our livelihoods.  They need to know they have no power because we won’t obey their commands any longer.  Never in the history of humanity has there been such a disastrous reaction by governments over a simple viral outbreak. We are living under the oppressive boot of tyranny and it won’t end until we all say “enough” and return to our lives.

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Biden attempts to woo Sanders supporters with Medicare expansion, college debt forgiveness

Former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee, lurched further left on two major policy positions Thursday in an effort to win over the supporters of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who recently dropped out of the race.

Biden proposed lowering the age of eligibility for Medicare and forgiving a vast amount of student loan debt in a nod to Sanders, who has thus far resisted endorsing Biden.

What are the details?

In a post on Medium, Biden promised that if elected to the White House, he would lower the Medicare eligibility age from 65 to 60 and “forgive all undergraduate tuition-related federal student debt from two- and four-year public colleges and universities for debt-holders earning up to $125,000.”

Biden wrote, “Senator Sanders and his supporters can take pride in their work in laying the groundwork for these ideas, and I’m proud to adopt them as part of my campaign at this critical moment in responding to the coronavirus crisis.”

Sanders — who dropped out of the race on Wednesday and did not immediately endorse Biden — is a proponent of Medicare-for-All and cancelling all student loan debt.

CBS News reported:

While no cost has been quoted in this plan, similar plans by Biden’s former primary rivals were criticized for their high sticker price. The Biden campaign said the new loan forgiveness would be funded by targeting and repealing the ‘excess business losses’ tax cut in the recently-passed COVID-relief plan called the CARES Act. The campaign argued this tax cut does not address the current pandemic relief efforts and the ‘richest Americans’ are the main beneficiaries.

Anything else?

Biden currently faces what The Hill referred to as the “tough task of uniting Democrats” ahead of the November election.

In a piece published by Fox News,on Thursday, Paul Steinhauser wrote, “While winning Sanders over is step one, securing the support of his followers is a much larger step two.”

Steinhauser also noted that “going too far leaves Biden even more vulnerable to attacks from President [Donald] Trump that he’s pushing a socialist agenda. Trump and his allies have hammered the message since the beginning of the cycle that the Democratic Party has drifted far to the left of most Americans.”

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President Trump considers using natural disaster fund to treat uninsured coronavirus patients

President Donald Trump is considering ways to assist uninsured coronavirus patients with the cost of testing and treatment, including potential use of a natural disaster fund to cover those costs, according to The Wall Street Journal.

What’s the issue?

As coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, spreads throughout the United States, an essential part of the containment effort is for people who may be infected to have access to testing or treatment. However, there are approximately 27 million people without health insurance, and those people may be reluctant to seek medical care due to the high cost.

This may be especially true for people who feel their symptoms are manageable, which could be the case with the coronavirus since it often presents in patients with symptoms similar to a cold or flu, but doesn’t respond to the medications used to treat those ailments.

If people are walking around with coronavirus without knowing it, the spread will be difficult or impossible to contain.

What has Trump said about it?

“Well, we’re going to look at the uninsured because they have a big problem,” President Trump said Tuesday. “And we’re going to look at the uninsured people that — you know, this came — it was a surprise to all of us. It just happened. It shows what can happen in life. But we’re going to be looking at the uninsured and see if we can help them out.”

How might the government help?

The Wall Street Journal reported that the Trump administration is considering the use of the National Disaster Medical System reimbursement program to cover costs for uninsured coronavirus patients. From the Journal:

In natural disasters such as hurricanes, hospitals and medical facilities can be reimbursed under a federal program that pays them about 110% of Medicare rates for treating patients such as those evacuated from hard-hit areas.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has been in discussions about using that program to pay providers who treat uninsured patients with coronavirus, the person (a source familiar with the conversations) said.

What’s the status of coronavirus in the U.S.?

There are at least 130 known cases of COVID-19 in the U.S., and nine people have died. All of the deaths occurred in Washington state, and eight of them occurred in the same county.

There is now evidence of community spread of the virus in several states.

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POLL: Two-thirds of ‘Medicare for All’ supporters think they can keep their current plan — they can’t

A large majority of those who support a “Medicare for All” health care plan wrongly believe that they and their family would be able to keep their current health insurance, a newly published poll finds.

Under the Medicare for All plan touted by Democratic presidential front-runner Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), all private insurance would be terminated and every American would be serviced through a single government plan.

What are the details?

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has been tracking public opinion on the idea of a national health plan for many years, and has included language in reference to Medicare for All since 2017, after it entered the national conversation during Sanders’ first run for president.

In its latest publication on Feb. 21, the survey found that 67% of those who support Medicare for All think they will be able to keep their current plans, while only 24% think they will not be able to. The remaining 9% were unsure. That means that less than one-fourth of Medicare for All supporters understand what the program aims to do.

Among those who oppose Medicare for All, 41% think they would be able to keep their current plans, while 51% think they would not be able to. Thus, those who oppose Medicare for All have a more accurate understanding of the program.

Overall, a lack of understanding still reigns, though, as 55% of those polled in total wrongly think that they would be able to keep their current plan.

Image Source: KFF Health Tracking Poll

Why does it matter?

According to entrance polling from the Washington Post, a major factor in Sanders’ recent blowout victory in the Nevada caucuses was his Medicare for All plan. The polls showed that 6 in 10 caucusgoers favored a single-payer health system and that Sanders won that group by a large margin.

But in a recent morning newsletter from Axios, Mike Allen noted that the latest polling from KFF casts serious doubt on the notion that there is a groundswell of support for Medicare for All happening in America.

While KFF’s polling shows historical support for the federal government doing more to help provide health insurance for more Americans — and even shows majority support for a single-payer system since 2016 — it could very well be that supporters of a single-payer system simply don’t understand what they are supporting.

In an election year where health care will likely be a driving issue, clarity on the subject will come into increasing focus as the general election approaches.

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