Warren’s $52T ‘Medicare-For-All’ Plan Revealed: Campaign Still Claims No Middle-Class Tax Hikes Needed

I had a boss years ago who always said “Numbers Lie & Liars Use Numbers”. He also taught me “you have to be a better thief to catch thieves”…sadly I learned the truth of these his quotes. Hard to believe people will buy into her numbers and no middle class tax increase.

Source: FOX News

EXCLUSIVE: Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s long-awaited “Medicare-for-all” funding plan projects the government-run health care system would cost a staggering sum of “just under $52 trillion” over the next decade, with the campaign proposing a host of new tax increases to pay for it while still claiming the middle class would not face any additional burden.

“We don’t need to raise taxes on the middle class by one penny to finance Medicare for All,” Sen. Warren, D-Mass., said in her plan — a copy of which was obtained by Fox News in advance of its release Friday.

In a tweet posted after this report was first published, Warren reiterated that pledge while asserting she can return $11 trillion to American families.

Elizabeth Warren✔@ewarren

Today, I’m releasing my plan to pay for #MedicareForAll. Here’s the headline: My plan won’t raise taxes one penny on middle-class families. In fact, we’ll return about $11 TRILLION to the American people. That’s bigger than the biggest tax cut in our history. Here’s how:

7:40 AM – Nov 1, 2019

However, unlike Sanders’ plan, Warren’s projects no new tax burden for the middle class. The Warren campaign claims those $11 trillion in individual costs would drop to “practically zero,” while the plan maintains and boosts a funding pipeline from other sources. The plan also carries a total price tag of “just under $52 trillion” over the next 10 years, or slightly less than cost projections for the current system. That factors in current and additional spending; new spending alone would be in the $20 trillion range, compared with roughly $32 trillion for Sanders’ plan.

Warren’s $52T “Medicare For-All-Plan” Revealed: Campaign Still Claims No Middle-Class Tax Hikes Needed

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