Bernie Sanders begins debate with a fight: You’re wrong

Bernie Sanders begins debate with a fight: You're wrong 1

 

During CNN's 2020 Democratic primary debate in Detroit, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spars with former Rep. John Delaney over "Medicare for All." #CNN #News

84 Comments on "Bernie Sanders begins debate with a fight: You’re wrong"

  1. James Williams Junior | July 31, 2019 at 1:18 AM | Reply

    Of course they use republican talking point they are republican light

  2. As a Canadian I just shake my head when I listen to US debates on healthcare … single payer works folks … it works for nearly every other nation on the planet … and year after year this same broken record gets played … your insurance system is a scam their just 3rd party leaches that have driven costs up for profit …

    • @Mister D
      You are too stupid for this world. Why should people pay for corporations bad choices? Cuz that’s what they did after great recession.

    • @jeck jeck 2 things can be bad at the same time ,no one is arguing for corporate welfare so we ignore the scare crow

    • @UCdhVD-_5tI-GJzzBHk_jMbg
      THEY ALREADY GET THAT, your strawmanship. How are you this dumb and alive at the same time?

  3. Gilbert Martinez | July 31, 2019 at 1:21 AM | Reply

    What’s up with the questions CNN?
    Everybody is going to pay but everybody’s going to be cover!
    Bernie 2020

    • Charles Baker | July 31, 2019 at 7:53 AM | Reply

      They have to cancel all private insurance , which for one has been deemed unconstitutional by the courts , 2nd you make thousands on insurance companies go bust causing unemployment how are you going to fund this??? Gonna be spread more thinly where no one can afford it and people get worse healthcare as a result … gonna raise taxes on middle class pffft alright

    • Medicare for all =Medicaid for all ,get a job

    • your confusing medical insurance with food. Everyone eats. Not everyone goes to the doctor every years.
      Everyone benefits from transportation but only drivers are required to have auto insurance. I agree. Everyone should be made to have auto insurance.

    • Lake Michigan It exists in almost every other country… 😂

  4. michelle shuman | July 31, 2019 at 1:24 AM | Reply

    medicare for all would not take anything from anyone. if you’re covered you wouldn’t need the private insurance

    • Gerard Whittey | July 31, 2019 at 1:58 AM | Reply

      Yea but then everyone has equal access to limited medical instead of it being only for the rich. How can you be so evil that want rich to not have special treatment over us peasants, you sir are type of person what caused Monarchies to be overthrown. You should respect the people born better than us low births.

    • Johnny Chavez | July 31, 2019 at 11:44 AM | Reply

      Key word in the debate is BASIC health care insurance. What’s the definition of Basic? Go figure! 😂😂😂😂

    • I live in Britain and things aren’t that great. Everyone here values the NHS (public healthcare) but the quality of care is abysmal, the unions defend all the incompetent thieving management staff who waste billions of pounds of resources and yet still moan about underfunding leaving the normal doctors stressed and forced to work ridiculous hours for little pay. If given the choice between public and private healthcare everyone would choose private in an instant as all the good doctors opt to work for private (either in the UK, or America where they where migrate en masse) as they can provide them with a work-life balance that facilitates any sort of life. So while I agree that the insurance companies over in America are scumbags the proposal to eliminate private healthcare totally would not be all that great for America’s middle class.

  5. They expected Bernie and Warren to cannibalize each other, instead all the shill corporate democrats were exposed as the corrupt shills they are.

    • Nom de plume | July 31, 2019 at 12:19 PM | Reply

      @Lake Michigan But you “seriously” think we can afford the kind of military spending our tax dollars are going into? Instead of our domestic issues here at home?

    • Nom de plume | July 31, 2019 at 12:21 PM | Reply

      @Elendil614 I’m fine blaming the GOP, but I think it’s important to equally blame the Democrats. They’ve been voting for Trump’s military monies overwhelmingly each time. They’re really on the same team as far as foreign policy and overspending on defense is concerned.

    • bernie/warren most likely

    • Austin Martín Hernández | July 31, 2019 at 12:34 PM | Reply

      @Elendil614 that’s a complete red herring. when the guy say that he supports that war?

  6. Yeah. My lack of healthcare for the past 27 years is quite “personal”. And I was a a nurse for 40 years.
    #Bernie2020

    • That’s a Truck load bullshit. Probably you are a nurse for a country like Guatemala or Nicaragua but definitely not from America.

    • Carine Ndukong | July 31, 2019 at 7:31 AM | Reply

      Bloom Berg it’s possible to be a nurse and not have health care. I’m a nurse and I DONT HAVE HEALTHCARE!

    • Under Bernie it will probably be even worse. If you’re employed, you’re going to be paying out way more than you make. Why else do you think Bernie requires everyone to pay into his system, than simply offering a public option, since he thinks the middle class will save money, and so voluntarily come onto the public option? The answer is that it won’t be cheaper for middle class, but even more expensive.

    • @Carine Ndukong then stop working PRN and go to work for a hospital or an insurance company.

  7. Mijemu mijemu | July 31, 2019 at 1:30 AM | Reply

    So where can we see the full debate instead of CNN’s ridiculous commentary on it?

  8. Sailor Venus | July 31, 2019 at 1:33 AM | Reply

    it couldnt have been more obvious that they were trying to ruin sanders this whole debate, they failed

    • @Nikita Chirich Tell Bernie to come see me when he wants to throw me out of the country. LOL oh, and you can try too. Idiot voting for bernie or any of these losers.

    • Alien Acrylic | July 31, 2019 at 12:06 PM | Reply

      @Nikita Chirich your mind is corrupt and your vision skewed.
      Fascism – a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.

      In other words. You’re a socialist supporting fascism. Ironic…

    • @Cody Sturgeon Are you joking?? As a legal immigrant from the USSR, you are very much wrong!

  9. Glad to see that Bernie and Elizabeth didn’t take the CNN corporate media bait of having them go against each other on the stage

  10. Here in Australia we’ve had both public and private cover existing side by side for decades.
    The private option is now so unpopular it’s being propped up by billions of tax payer dollars in subsidies and is on the brink of collapse.
    Eventually,people wake up to the greed of the corporate elites.

    • You have private nit because they are siblings but because the government option rations invasive care

    • @Tom Francis
      Yep. Does Universal Healthcare cover stupidity? Maybe people like Alex can be saved.

    • Same in Germany. Private insurance costs more and isn’t really better.

    • TheReddaredevil223 | July 31, 2019 at 12:29 PM | Reply

      @Alex Alex, a larger country has more people to fund a healthcare system. The size of the country is irrelevant because it’s proportional. In fact, Americans have more money per capita than Australia, so they could fund it EVEN BETTER.

  11. YOUR DOCTORS AND HOSPITALS AND CARE WOULD ALL STAY THE SAME! Nobody cares about their greedy insurance company with constant copays and huge deductibles, so stop conflating the two!!

    • @Gazer75 I should have capitalized CITIZEN too.lol

    • @Danny v The problem is that the current system is profit driven. There should never be profit in healthcare.
      Should clarify that I am a Norwegian and take this for granted.
      We got some private clinics and hospitals here as well. They provide a service for people willing to pay premium, and they provide service paid by the government as needed.
      People here can get health insurances, but they still have to pay taxes for the public healthcare system.

    • @Gazer75 “profit driven” made every innovation around you sir ,you have private healthcare in your country because of rationing or else.it would not exist ,believe me when I tell you I will take a profit driven healthcare because their are consequences if its dosent at least give good care ,where as a completely centralized healthcare system will not care about anything or anyone except getting bigger and more intrusive like every thing else governments do

    • @Gazer75 I live in Britain and things aren’t that great. Everyone here values the NHS (public healthcare) but the quality of care is abysmal, the unions defend all the incompetent thieving management staff who waste billions of pounds of resources and yet still moan about underfunding leaving the normal doctors stressed and forced to work ridiculous hours for little pay. If given the choice between public and private healthcare everyone would choose private in an instant as all the good doctors opt to work for private (either in the UK, or America where they where migrate en masse) as they can provide them with a work-life balance that facilitates any sort of life. So while I agree that the insurance companies over in America are scumbags the proposal to eliminate private healthcare totally would not be all that great for America’s middle class.
      So while yes, public healthcare is a good thing and should be a human right, that doesn’t mean eliminating private healthcare altogether. I don’t know if things are better in the public healthcare in Norway but your country has a 1 trillion dollar sovereign debt fund so it’s not at all a fair comparison

  12. Melvin Konah | July 31, 2019 at 2:14 AM | Reply

    This is a smear by jake tapper the man who has the policy is not allowed to speak.

  13. The framing of these questions is unbelievably biased. They are using every buzz word to scare people, “government control” “take your insurance away” “higher taxes”

    thanks corporate news network

    • @Redbird So it’s ok for dems to take your money and “the taxes they currently pay are not even working” so we will give them some more! Fucking moron.

    • Joseph Bridges | July 31, 2019 at 12:14 PM | Reply

      @Shmuel G it will raise taxes but the overwhelming majority will pay less overall. This argument is stupid

    • Michael Martinez | July 31, 2019 at 12:30 PM | Reply

      @Redbird Yes, Implore the DNC to march into their political death with their head held high and a chip on their shoulder that says… RAISE TAXES 2020!!!. That’s a winning strategy right there.

    • Michael Martinez | July 31, 2019 at 12:33 PM | Reply

      @Eric Pratt Actually its none of that…its the substance. The DNC has only emotional appeals and feel good ideas. with no plan for execution. Smiles and tears are what they are running on

  14. Bernie has the courage to say WRONG what is WRONG. That is what we need to fight the racist wallowing in the white house.

  15. This is the Bernie I know and loved all my life. Marianne helped crystlise his message even further.

  16. The way Bernie came in there with a fight was AMAZING!!!!

  17. Universal Healthcare here in the UK 🇬🇧 since WWII.

    • Robert Johnson | July 31, 2019 at 6:59 AM | Reply

      In Canada we have it as well since 1968 I beleive, it’s not as good as the uk healthcare but it’s still pretty good

    • And it sucks when you have someone thing more than a laceration or a cold

    • some guy on the internet | July 31, 2019 at 12:20 PM | Reply

      Good luck with ww3

    • I live in Britain and things aren’t that great. Everyone here values the NHS (public healthcare) but the quality of care is abysmal, the unions defend all the incompetent thieving management staff who waste billions of pounds of resources and yet still moan about underfunding leaving the normal doctors stressed and forced to work ridiculous hours for little pay. If given the choice between public and private healthcare everyone would choose private in an instant as all the good doctors opt to work for private (either in the UK, or America where they where migrate en masse) as they can provide them with a work-life balance that facilitates any sort of life. So while I agree that the insurance companies over in America are scumbags the proposal to eliminate private healthcare totally would not be all that great for America’s middle class.

  18. CNN using the Republican talking point saying it is a Middle-Class tax increase despite the fact that it will not because they will save. Makes my blood boil.

  19. The actual fact is Jake Tapper started the fight., Sanders just responded to the question that was asked.. #CNNSUCKS!

    • CNN attacks Trump =good
      CNN attacks Bernie =fake news

    • @Danny v
      Recording trump’s words is not attacking him, you human feces.

    • Alien Acrylic | July 31, 2019 at 12:17 PM | Reply

      @jeck jeck taking quotes out of context and skewing them to fit a narrative, definitely is. And you wont win an argument by calling people names. Typical tactics coming from the left.

    • @Alien Acrylic ”you wont win an argument by calling people names”
      You should tell that to trump, you hypocritical bag of human garbage. There is no need to take his racist words out of context. Keeping them in context is exactly what CNN does.

  20. Thaer Baroud | July 31, 2019 at 3:57 AM | Reply

    Greetings to all Bernie supporters. I though he did very well tonight, but CNN commentators didn’t!

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