President Trump: Screw It Then, Just Let Obamacare Fail

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 18, 2017

The President is rightfully sick of dealing with a bunch of crybaby libertarian faggots, gommunists and creep-jobs in Congress, and this afternoon said he is now ready to just back away from Healthcare all together and move on.

This is fine with me.

Everyone knows who failed: House and Senate Republicans.

And we’re going to advertise this in 2018 when we’re running candidates in GOP primaries across the country.

Fox News:

“I think we’re probably in that position where we’ll just let ObamaCare fail,” Trump told reporters at the White House. “We’re not going to own it. I’m not going to own it. I can tell you the Republicans are not going to own it. We’ll let ObamaCare fail, and then the Democrats are going to come to us.

He spoke after two more Republican senators came out late Monday against the Senate bill, effectively killing its chances in its current form. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., plans to call a vote on a bill to repeal ObamaCare now and replace it later, but on Tuesday afternoon left the door open to working with Democrats if that fails.

The White House focused its ire Tuesday on Democratic lawmakers, suggesting they’ll regret their opposition.

“The failure of ObamaCare rests solely on the shoulder of the Democrats. They pushed it through, and they need to own the failure of it,” Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.

Everyone knows that.

Everyone knows that the GOP Congress could have fixed it and didn’t.

Everyone but Trump will get the blame when Obamacare collapses in on itself.

Because remember, there are now three parties here:

  1. The Democrat Party (the party of the Hebrew race)
  2. The Republican Party (the party of the Hebrew race)
  3. Donald Trump (the representative of the goyim)

We want both of the first two to collapse in on themselves.

Trump last night did name Republicans.

Trump has become babysitter-in-chief for this gaggle of perverts.

But even as the current health law suffers from rising premiums and diminishing coverage options, Republican lawmakers had faced vocal protests from constituents unhappy over the party’s replacement legislation.

The collapse of the bill late Monday leaves unclear how and whether Republicans, now in total control of Congress and the White House, can make good on their campaign promise to scrap the ACA.

Trump told reporters Tuesday he was “very disappointed” that Republicans haven’t been able to pass legislation after seven years of calling to repeal and replace the law.

“Something will happen … it may not be as quick as we had hoped, but it’s going to happen,” Trump said of passing a health care bill.

Trump also called for getting “more Republicans elected” to make it easier to get his agenda passed in Congress. “I’ll be working very hard for that to happen,” he said.

More Republicans or just better Republicans. I would prefer the latter.

A majority already exists.

This is like if you’re in a war and you have the ability to very easily overwhelm your enemy but instead your soldiers are shooting one another.

The reason, of course, is that these people are all bought and paid for, while Trump isn’t.

I think Trump should figure out a way to endorse primary challengers in 2018.

The president also vowed to continue to work on implementing other campaign promises not yet fulfilled.

“We’re going to win on taxes, we’re going to win on infrastructure,” he said.

On Monday evening, Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Jerry Moran of Kansas joined Sens. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Susan Collins of Maine in opposition, making passage of the Senate bill impossible.

It’s weird.

I wonder how much, if anything, this had to do with John McCain’s demise?

Is it possible that this bill would have went through if McConnell hadn’t had to announce postponing the vote, making it a headline that the whole thing was dependent on one guy?

It was certainly by the will of kek that McCain was stricken down.

So perhaps this is all part of his divine master plan.

Speaking of the Divine Plan of Our Meme Lord…

First time I’ve seen Ben Garrison as the top reply on a Trump tweet.

It’s usually some kike.

Here’s the high-def version of that, by the way.

It sure is nice that Libertarian kikes stopped altering Ben’s cartoons – finally.

I Predict Single Payer

I am not a gommunist and think they should be killed.

However – at this point in time, a single-payer plan would be the simplest solution, and also in fact the cheapest.

For those who don’t know the term, “single-payer” is also derogatorily referred to as “socialized medicine.” And it is a form of socialism, but so is the public school system.


Single-payer healthcare is a healthcare system in which the state, financed by taxes, covers basic healthcare costs for all residents regardless of income, occupation, or health status. The alternatives include “multi-payer” systems in which private individuals or their employers buy health insurance or healthcare services from private or public providers.

Single-payer systems may contract for healthcare services from private organizations (as is the case in Canada) or may own and employ healthcare resources and personnel (as is the case in the United Kingdom). “Single-payer” describes the mechanism by which healthcare is paid for by a single public authority, not the type of delivery or for whom physicians work. In contrast, multi-payer healthcare uses a mixed public-private system.

“Socialism” and “capitalism” aren’t even really very relevant words to anything anymore, as we are in a post-economic world. The level of production that we have in the post-industrial world means that any economic problems are actually social problems.

So we really need to just stop thinking in terms of archaic economic systems, and just start figuring out what works.

The entire healthcare industry – including and especially the health insurance industry – is so corrupt and deranged that at this point, I don’t think the government could do any worse than this controlled, stilted, government-manipulated “market.”

If a single-payer system was attached to a plan for preventative medicine and education, a complete restructuring of the FDA, as well as an allowance for private insurance, plus mass deportations of disease-ridden immigrants (which are all already on free government socialized medicine in the form of medicare), I think single-payer could be sold after the collapse of Obamacare as something other than “socialism.”

That might sound far-out now, but I honestly don’t think it will be in 2019.

And whatever replaces 2018 Obamacare is going to be such a massive step-up that it won’t even matter.

The way Obamacare was designed was to go through a slow roll-out in phases, at the end of which you are buried.