Um, no it’s not, you lying-ass stooge!
U.S. health insurance companies are not, according to this early-morning tweet by President Trump, “provid(ing) great healthcare to the American people.”
Insurance companies are, in fact, undermining health care in America. They’re doing whatever they can to deny coverage to as many Americans as possible, at the highest possible margins to ensure massive company profits — to the exclusive benefit of shareholders and bonus-whoring company executives.
Yes indeed, great healthcare *is* being provided by some extraordinarily dedicated people in this country. Allow me to mention them now.
They are called doctors.
They are called nurses.
They are called medical technicians.
They are called caregivers.
They are also called researchers and educators.
These are the genuine heroes of American medicine — not an Oval Office crammed with insurance executives, you morally-bankrupt, dim-witted, anti-intellectual prick!
Add up all the hefty salaries ending in lots of zeroes and the expense accounts paid out just to the 13 insurance industry loan sharks who visited to President Trump this Monday morning. Their average salary rings in at about $14 million, not including all the bonuses and stock options to be paid out. Then, there’s all the dirty PAC money spent to keep this corrupt for-profit, milk-the-American public system fully in tact. These cretins are President Trump’s heroes of healthcare, greedy bastards much like himself with no real objective in life other than to cream their sweet margins off the top at the terrible expense of everyone else struggling to keep up.
Meanwhile, all the medical professionals who actually make the sacrifices for their patients — the doctors and nurses — get stuck with massive student loan debt. They suffer disproportionate levels of family breakups, including divorces. They endure considerably more stress than virtually every other occupation, working all hours of the day and night to keep us as healthy as possible.
A Tweet from President Trump thanking the real heroes of medicine would have been nice. A thought or two acknowledging the dedication of those who willingly chose the medical profession would be a noble gesture.
But instead, the self-absorbed clueless rube sitting at his desk in the most powerful office in the land choose to make an absurd statement that it’s insurance companies which “provide great healthcare to the American people.”
The only thing insurance companies provide is higher costs to all Americans and obscene payouts to their executives. That’s it. Nothing more. Nothing else.