Former Vice President Joe Biden told MSNBC that he still opposes “Medicare-for-All” — even though millions of Americans lack health care in the greatest health crisis since the Spanish flu in 1918.
The democratic presidential candidate said he opposed a single payer system because hospitals need more financing (which has nothing to do with millions of Americans lacking health care coverage):
We have a whole number of hospitals that are being stretched, including rural hospitals, that are going to need more financing. That doesn’t come from a single-payer system. That comes from the federal government stepping up and dealing with the concerns that they have.
(Source: MSNBC via Twitter)