Hardcore Anti-Obamacare Figure Price Appointed Head of Health and Human Services

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 29, 2016


Our dreams continue to come true.

Remember when you believed the Jewish media when they told you Trump was lying and he was really going to keep Obamacare?

Yeah. Remember that. Remember it for next time.

He just appointed the most aggressive anti-Obamacare crusader as the head of Health and Human Services.

USA Today:

Making a major appointment on social policy, President-elect Donald Trump said Tuesday he will nominate Georgia congressman Tom Price to be secretary of health and human services — the point person to roll back President Obama’s health care law.

Price, who is also an orthopedic surgeon, “is exceptionally qualified to shepherd our commitment to repeal and replace Obamacare and bring affordable and accessible health care to every American,” Trump said in making the formal announcement.

Price, first elected to the U.S. House from Georgia in 2004, said “there is much work to be done to ensure we have a health care system that works for patients, families, and doctors; that leads the world in the cure and prevention of illness; and that is based on sensible rules to protect the well-being of the country while embracing its innovative spirit.”

Conservatives lauded the appointment, while abortions rights supporters and other Trump critics denounced it.

As news broke Monday night, ex-House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a frequent Trump adviser, tweeted that Price will make a “great” HHS secretary, and “is the right leader to help Congress replace Obamacare.”

Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said Price’s health care plans would threaten women’s health.

“If Price had his way, millions of women could be cut off from Planned Parenthood’s preventive health services like birth control, cancer screenings and STD tests,” Richards said.


Woman crying



And get this – Price isn’t even a lawyer.

Price, 62, received his doctorate from the University of Michigan and started his career as an orthopedic surgeon in Roswell, Ga. Entering political life, Price won election to the Georgia State Senate in 1996 and rose to leadership positions within the state’s growing Republican Party.

During his six terms in the U.S. Congress, Price’s jobs have included chairman of the House Budget Committee. He also became an outspoken opponent of the health care law Obama signed in 2010, calling it an “unaffordable” piece of legislation.

“Premiums have gone up, not down,” Price said recently. “Many Americans lost the health coverage they were told time and time again by the president that they could keep. Choices are fewer.”

And how about a BONUS?

Yesterday, Trump interviewed a guy for the Treasury Secretary who wants to shut down the Federal Reserve.


Business Insider:

On Monday, Trump will meet with John Allison, the former CEO of the bank BB&T and of the libertarian think tank the Cato Institute.

There have been reports that Allison is being considered for Treasury secretary.

Trump’s has on the campaign trail questioned the future of the Federal Reserve’s political independence, but Allison takes that rhetoric a step further. While running the the Cato Institute, Allison wrote a paper in support of abolishing the Fed.

“I would get rid of the Federal Reserve because the volatility in the economy is primarily caused by the Fed,” Allison wrote in 2014 for the Cato Journal, a publication of the institute.

Allison said that simply allowing the market to regulate itself would be preferable to the Fed harming the stability of the financial system.

“When the Fed is radically changing the money supply, distorting interest rates, and over-regulating the financial sector, it makes rational economic calculation difficult,” Allison wrote. “Markets do form bubbles, but the Fed makes them worse.”

Allison also suggested that the government’s practice of insuring bank deposits up to $250,000 should be abolished and the US should go back to a banking system backed by “a market standard such as gold.”

Allison also argued for higher capital reserves of up to 20% of assets at banks. On the other hand, he also argued that the government should repeal three of the broadest banking regulations.

“We should raise capital standards, but it is even more important to eliminate burdensome regulations — including Dodd-Frank, the Community Reinvestment Act, and Truth in Lending,” Allison wrote. “About 25 percent of a bank’s personnel cost relates to regulations. Banks cannot pay the regulatory costs and have high capital standards.”

Now certainly we’re not libertarians, but they are fellow travelers.

And no one can argue that shutting down the Jew Fed isn’t a grand step in the right direction.

Hell, a treasury secretary who isn’t a Jew is a grand step in the right direction.


If they are going to keep the Fed around though, they should make Ron Paul chairman.