Liz Warren no longer supports MFA
Liz has been backing away from Medicare For All for months, but she finally made it official.
After pushing the swift creation of a government-run health care system that would cover all Americans and eliminate private insurance, Warren is now emphasizing her calls for a transition period that would make it optional for most of her first term in office.
During a three-day bus tour through Iowa, she increasingly stressed the word “choice” in her interactions with voters, saying the three-year implementation period would let Americans keep their existing coverage or try out Medicare for All.
“We’re going to push through health care that’s available to everyone,” Warren said during a town hall in Clinton, Iowa, on Saturday. “You don’t have to, but it’s your choice, if you want to come in and get full health care coverage.”
Sanders now sits alone on the left-wing.
The more Liz has vacillated, triangulated and moved to the center, the more she has sunk in the polls.
So how has this been reported in the press?
The dramatic and sudden decline in Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (Mass.) polling has left progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) as the main counterweight to three ascendant moderates: former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar. For the first time since Warren began her steady climb, it seems like a majority of Democratic primary voters currently prefers a moderate.
Amy Klobuchar?!? Why does the media keep trying to shove Miss 2 Percent down our throats when it is obvious the voters don't want her?
Don't they know that this automatically discredits any article?