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Feinstein Will Take Health Insurance Companies Over Voters Any Day

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Dianne Feinstein cares a whole lot regarding the corporate middlemen in the medical care sector raking in billions on the backs of American citizens. She does not appreciate the numerous people without coverage. This is why she'll never ever sustain medicare for all. This is why she needs to go. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Inform us what you believe in the remark section below.

" It's not just Republicans that are really feeling the heat in their home towns during this legislative recess. Democrats that typically aren't on board with significantly preferred modern propositions are being held to account too.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) was a case-in-point on Monday, when she encountered mad as well as vocal constituents at a noontime city center meeting in her hometown of San Francisco.

It was her position on single-payer medical care– an idea that's getting momentum following last month's TrumpCare fiasco, particularly in The golden state– that attracted one of the most strident feedback.

When inquired about her position on such a system, Feinstein reacted: "If single-payer healthcare is going to indicate the total requisition by the government of all health care, I am not there."

Inning accordance with the L.a Times, one target market member called Feinstein a "sellout" as others joined in incantations of "single-payer now!"" *.

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41 comments

  1. Posted by R. m, at Reply

    SINGLE PAYER ALREADY!!!!

    • Posted by Steven Benson, at Reply

      Denys Lightbow, are you a millionaire? Only a multi-millionaire could afford paying for their own healthcare over the course of their entire life.

    • Posted by rex smith, at Reply

      Not true at all. 70% of all health care insurance is provided thru employers and employees contribute a percentage of the cost. Some employers provide it at no premium cost. Only 30% of the population have their own plan. It is called the  hidden paycheck and a benefit to the employees when an employer provides it. Take that benefit away from the employee’s and watch them scream. Why disrupt the majority of 70% to address the needs of only 30%.  Makes no sense. You wonder why Obama Care failed ? Limited spread of the risk. 70 % of the insured in this country were never effected by Obama Care. It is the 30% that got screwed and it was done by design not by accident.

    • Posted by BloodMoneyLLC, at Reply

      +rex smith​ the majority 70% will tell you that a system where private health insurance companies pay for health care isn’t working very well for them either.
      That’s why we ought to “disrupt” the whole system. Insurance companies are a parasite on the transaction contributing massively to increased costs and unnecessary bureaucracy.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      I’m no Bernie fan, but at least he has moved the marker far to the left, bringing the discussion to where it should be: about single payer.
      Previously it was far to the right e.g. Obama-care or the Republican penchant for Pluto-care.

  2. Posted by eliw 6965, at Reply

    Can we all agree to get rid of the establishment? None of them care about the American people.

    • Posted by angela bluebird60, at Reply

      We can all do our part to get rid of big $ where it never belongs-in our elections, government and governance.
      Everyday folks, helping a little or a lot, as we can. The People are the only entity that can make this crucial change.
      The corporatists’ heyday is drawing to a close, as well it should be. It is all up to us.

    • Posted by Steven Benson, at Reply

      Like the responsibility of spending tax dollars on Americans, rather than pointless regime change wars.

    • Posted by Chitra Mitra, at Reply

      Isn’t there a Justice Democrat in CA who’s ready to primary Feinstein? If so, I’d LOVE to support that person.

    • Posted by Christopher Smith, at Reply

      yes, we can agree on that 100%

  3. Posted by Darkside Media, at Reply

    Thank you Cenk for keeping the democrats divided. I promise when Trump wins in 2020 and you have a heart attack live on the air I won’t laugh too much.

    • Posted by Sam Burns, at Reply

      Darkside Media might pass away before the 2020 election.

    • Posted by David Berger, at Reply

      It looks like you need a doc quicktime.

    • Posted by Alexia Tr, at Reply

      Darkside Media we can’t vote for a name anymore, we have to vote policy, I think we all should have learned that from what these last elections​.

  4. Posted by Shiny Superstar, at Reply

    Feinstein has always proudly and without hesitation been fighting for the people

    ……………. Said no one ever

    • Posted by Erin Bell, at Reply

      exactly Blair!

    • Posted by Cyber Gouge, at Reply

      Shiny Superstar she is a gun grabber and has no respect for the 2nd amendment.

    • Posted by Brandon Muniz, at Reply
    • Posted by Brandon Muniz, at Reply

      take a look at her big pharma contributions in 2016 alone

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Brandon: Take a look at them all… and the more influential the Congress person, the more they get.

  5. Posted by Retrojazzer17, at Reply

    Lets be honest. The American people are nothing but walking wallets to upper class. They don’t care about our woes and trouble, but the amount of greens we have and will give to them.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Retrojazzer17 An undeniable fact.

    • Posted by Vod Kanockers, at Reply

      Give to them? That’s if they don’t take it first.

    • Posted by TheUnholiness Within, at Reply

      In this capitalistic economy? Naaaaaah

  6. Posted by Jennifer Gross, at Reply

    she knows. she just has insurance companies money in her pockets.

    • Posted by SShootingstars, at Reply

      I agree with this, but once again, the problem is we all looked at the issue years ago and we as a society decided to make sure that everyone is insured. None of the European Countries, or Japan or Canada did this overnight, it took years upon years upon years to find out what worked and what didn’t. What people like Cenk and Jimmy fail to understand is that these things take time and it is trial and error so shitting on anyone who does anything (Jimmy) isn’t helpful, and it’s borderline stupid. Everyone says well if the Europeans could do it–the US has a population of 300 + million, it has 50 states with differing views and differing wants and needs, this needs to be done at the state level and then brought to the national level, and it needs to be adjusted and adjusted again till you have a model that fits. As it is, the biggest problem is Big Pharma. Solve that problem (Ie fix or ceate laws to stop them from price gouging. Do not try and go to a country with a tenth of your population with some drug shortages and say we’re going to buy it at a cheaper rate, because that isn’t feasible and if TYT was a news organization instead of just a circle jerk for Bernie Sanders then they would have highlighted the massive flaw. You know actual reporting,) and prices will go down drastically. Once that happens you can start talking about universal healthcare.

    • Posted by herrera12322, at Reply

      Xyz Same m

    • Posted by SShootingstars, at Reply

      Except you wouldn’t be able to afford it without raising everyone’s taxes, universal healthcare, or anything of the sort diminishes the need for a middle man (That’s how you decrease costs). I have free healthcare, and I have zero insurance. I could get into a catastrophic car accident tomorrow and have the best healthcare in Canada. Guess who doesn’t get a cut of that? Insurance companies. Now the amount of drugs that I’ll need, and the physical therapy isn’t exactly covered by my government, but that’s what insurance is for.

  7. Posted by Marco D, at Reply

    Couldn’t Medicare less lol. She will never support the Medicare for all bill because she is a sellout. Her donors wouldn’t like that at all. 💰

    • Posted by just me, at Reply

      Marco D and don’t forget…her health insurance is premium and paid for by our tax dollars so she can’t relate to the people at all…these senators are paid for jobs they are hardly there for and given benefits while in employ and after retirement which they don’t deserve and it all comes out of our pockets…perhaps Diane and Bernie both ought to be forced to use our same healthcare for themselves and their families and be required to work everyday like we do and pay out of their salaries to get it…its our money…we should have more control

  8. Posted by ChefJoeG19, at Reply

    Dianne Feinstein is up for reelection in 2018, so let’s primary her and get a Justice Democrat in for California!

  9. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    gotta love that guy who shouted “sellout”. really how hard is it to understand the concept of “Medicare for all” its not a take over of medicine, you idiot.

  10. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    She’s against guns, but walks around with armed guards. Insanely infuriating hypocrite.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      Hal: She isn’t against all gun ownership, she’s for reasonable regulation. There’s nothing wrong with that – nor does it deny ownership to any responsible citizen.

  11. Posted by Nick Matthews, at Reply

    Feinstein has taken 800k from finance/insurance/real state donors. Her biggest source of legal bribes.

    https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/industries.php?cycle=2016&cid=N00007364&type=I&newmem=N

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Nick… and for an encore, check ANYONE else in the Senate and compare. They are all doing it. The only variation is in amount and that’s related to political power, committees, experience, etc.

  12. Posted by Bebo18, at Reply

    Could she be voted out in 2018?

  13. Posted by Robert Newberg, at Reply

    Get rid of Trump and his supporters first…… 😉

  14. Posted by CLureCo, at Reply

    Another town hall in a church?