Throughout this election cycle, Hillary Clinton has insisted that she doesn’t favor single-payer health care. Prepare yourself for a shock — she’s lying. As early as 1994, she described the future of our medical delivery system thus: “I think the momentum for a single-payer system will sweep the country … if it’s not successful the first time, it will eventually be.” Nineteen years later her affinity for single-payer hadn’t faded. Emails published by WikiLeaks early this month show that, in a 2013 closed-to-the-public speaking engagement, Clinton was still touting the cost savings allegedly achieved by single-payer systems in Scandinavia and Canada.
Now that she’s running for the presidency again, however, Clinton would have us believe that she has had a change of heart. Indeed, during her battle with Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination, she denounced the Vermont Senator for advocating the replacement of Obamacare with single-payer, saying that such a system “will never ever come to pass.” Her public position is that she will “defend” Obamacare and “improve on its successes.” But another batch of emails published by WikiLeaks last week shows Clinton exchanging ideas with her advisors concerning the most effective way to facilitate “the unraveling of ACA.”
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