Medicare For All with Abdul El-Sayed | Why Is This Happening? – Ep 26 | MSNBC

Medicare For All with Abdul El-Sayed | Why Is This Happening? - Ep 26 | MSNBC 1


What would it mean to have Medicare for All? The issue of healthcare emerged as a key campaign fight in the coming midterm elections, with ads and debate questions centered on coverage of pre-existing conditions. While Republicans dig deeper into a fear mongering campaign that Medicare for All means Medicare for none, a growing number of Democrats are throwing their support behind single payer healthcare. Although Medicare for All is proving popular in polling, the left has a lot of work to do if they want to embrace it as a political project. Abdul El-Sayed has put a lot of thought into exactly that, having worked as the Health Director of Detroit and then ran on a universal healthcare platform in his recent bid for Governor of Michigan.
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Medicare For All with Abdul El-Sayed | Why Is This Happening? – Ep 26 | MSNBC

8 Comments on "Medicare For All with Abdul El-Sayed | Why Is This Happening? – Ep 26 | MSNBC"

  1. No offense, Chris, but maybe you need to start your own YT channel for your podcast. Otherwise, some of us will be turning off our bell notifications for MSNBC.

    • Richard Christie | October 23, 2019 at 7:11 PM | Reply

      You should subscribe to the option that just sorts out stories of interest to A Florida Son only.

    • @Richard Christie It’s not *_the story,_* it’s the fact that they upload a bunch of these podcasts all at one time, nearly 10 hours worth in this case. It makes more sense for Chris, MSNBC, and the viewers, to separate these by putting them on their own separate channel. a separate channel for the podcast. I would probably even subscribe, but mixing these into the updated daily news is annoying to me, and I’m sure I’m not the only one. But, very few people will be able to watch 10 hours worth of these, before these get lost in the mix of updated videos, outside of them being in a playlist, which could just as easily be a separate channel.

  2. Good content. Never understood why businesses would be against single payer or Medicare being that one of their biggest costs are employee benefits. But corporations want monopolization and control. Smaller companies would become more competitive and costs would come down. I still think it can be done organically by allowing people to opt into it.

  3. good content …wow MSNBC … really good

  4. Insurance companies DON’T want protection for people with pre-existing conditions. They don’t want dedicated percentages of premiums set for treatment of patients; they want to divert as much money as they want to executive salaries and investor and dividends. They want to keep healthcare as a profitable business, not as patient care.

  5. fox news,msnbc and the republicans dont care if the middle class and poor live or die,all they only care about is their corporate donors money,we must stop them by voting for bernie sanders for president and vote against every republican in 2020

  6. hard to get medicare for all,when kentucky keeps voting the two worst republicans in office,mitch mcconnel and rand paul

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