WATCH: John Oliver warns “time is using out” on a GOP’s devise to reinstate Obamacare
February 27, 2017 - running watch
Monday, Feb 27, 2017 1:33 PM UTC
Republicans were happy to indicate out a flaws in Obamacare though now Oliver takes fun in job out deputy devise VIDEO
John Oliver dedicated Sunday night’s part of “Last Week Tonight” on a Affordable Care Act and a Republican devise to reinstate it. Except there is one vital problem: a GOP does not have a plan. In a past few weeks, Republican politicians have encountered pushback from constituents at city halls. Videos from these events have proven that a GOP’s devise to dissolution a health caring law might not be renouned policy.
Oliver showed a video from a city gymnasium in New Port Richey, Florida, where a Republican personality attempted to nozzle an indignant throng of voters. Bill Akins, a secretary of a Republican Party in Pasco County, Florida, resurrected a sinful “death panel” lie, that claimed that Obamacare would force ill people to enter hospice caring progressing than they desire. This was untrue, of course, so voters immediately — and aloud — booed Akins for peddling fiction. Instead of debating a merits of Obamacare, Akins called a people in assemblage “children” and baselessly discharged a idea that they had indeed review a Affordable Care Act.
The horde of “Last Week Tonight” was floored by this communication held on video.
“What a fuck are we articulate about? The idea of genocide panels isn’t only a lie, it’s Politifact’s 2009 distortion of a year,” Oliver said. “Which is considerable considering in 2009 Americans were also regularly told Jason Mraz was a subsequent large thing. We were lied to in a large approach there.”
The “death panel” distortion is just an instance of all a dishonesty surrounding Obamacare. But a settlement of deception is about to come to an end, Oliver predicted.
“Republicans have happily complained about a flaws in a law, taken no shortcoming for regulating them and in fact have mostly undermined a whole thing. But that time is now over,” Oliver said. “It is there spin to benefaction a devise and a time is ticking.”