What the mainstream media won’t tell you about the new Senate GOP Healthcare Bill

Here is what the mainstream media is not telling you about the Senates proposed healthcare bill. A lot of what you will not be told has to do with the hidden taxes that were an integral part of Obamacare. As a starter, over $700 Billion, with a “B” in taxes would be lifted off the back of the American public. That is over $2300 per year per man, woman, and child in the United States. This is why the Democrats had to pass it before we could see what was in it. You remember Nancy Pelosi with that mind-bender, don’t you? Repealing Obamacare in all its forms is necessary for the economic recovery that we need. Read about all those taxes here.

As Written By Grover Norquist for Fox News:

You won’t hear this from the establishment media but the Senate’s ObamaCare repeal bill contains massive tax relief for middle-class families.

When it was signed into law seven years ago, ObamaCare implemented a health care system with top-down, bureaucratic command and control. The government told you what insurance you must have. And what you cannot have.

ObamaCare suppressed individual choice, competition, and state flexibility, and imposed a long list of taxes on businesses and families.

Republican Senators now have the chance to repair this damage by passing the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA).

When signed into law, the BCRA will replace the failing system with a sustainable, patient-centered health care system, just as Republicans promised in the last election.

This legislation achieves four important goals.

First, the bill repeals a total of $700 billion dollars in ObamaCare taxes that raise the cost of care, restrict choice, and hurt economic growth.

Second, the BCRA strengthens tax-preferred Health Savings Accounts, so…..

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