The plan to replace the Affordable Care Act is a disaster. The Trump administration would rather you didn’t call it “Trumpcare,” but no matter what label gets put on it, it seems like nobody but the GOP likes it. Not voters, not healthcare providers, not even insurance companies. After the endless efforts while Obama was still in office to repeal his signature healthcare initiative, and even now that the Republicans are in power across all facets of government, none of them can come up with a plan that they can agree on and would be agreeable to the people of America.
You just know people are talking about it, and that means Twitter is talking about it. User Emanuel Zbeda started the hashtag #TrumpcareIsWorseThan, and invited the world to play along. Here are the best of the best, as curated by your pals here at Left Wing Nation.
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We’ll start at the beginning:
— Emanuel Zbeda (@therealezway) March 17, 2017
It ramps up pretty quickly:
#TrumpcareIsWorseThan a pointy stick in the eye
— Eric Schmeric (@HepatitisAtoZ) March 17, 2017
— Shermaclay (@Shermaclay) March 17, 2017
REALLY? Straight to Nickelback?!?
Okay, now we’re getting somewhere…
— Christian Fletcher📎 (@Darth_Pingu) March 17, 2017
— Trevor Jones (@TGJones_62) March 17, 2017
— brooqs (@Brooqs) March 17, 2017
I’m sensing a pattern here — people really hate this plan. Enough to even go… there:
— Schmeg (@Adsgirl26) March 17, 2017
And some users even likened it to the horrors of…
#TrumpcareIsWorseThan the bowling Green massacre.
— Jen. (@Jen_Briggs27) March 17, 2017
But could it actually be?
— The Divine Ms B (@ImNotCrazy7963) March 17, 2017
Others took jabs at Republican leaders:
— Shake It Sister (@ShakeItSister) March 18, 2017
— AgainstRacism (@DebunkRacistH8) March 18, 2017
While some had fun comparing Trump and Obama themselves:
— 990-6907XB71 (@kinoptika) March 18, 2017
But most just wanted to call out Trump.
— K Smith 🌹 (@Smith83K) March 18, 2017
I think everyone got the point, though. This plan takes from the poor, gives to the rich, and makes absolutely nobody any healthier while it happens:
— Laurel Davila (@laureldavilacpa) March 18, 2017
When will Trump and his GOP Congress get tired of making a joke of American lives?