Radical leftists and their allies in the media are joining forces to organize and encourage leftists across America to join in their fight against our President and elected GOP Senators over the July 4th holiday. 

The Washington Post published a propaganda organizing piece for the Democrat Party: Democrats “resistance’ calls for a July 4th recess push to kill GOP bill

From the article: The moment that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told Republicans that there could be no vote on the party’s health-care bill this week, Senate Democrats were in a familiar position — headed to a protest.

In the “Senate swamp,” a well-kept lawn across from the Capitol, hundreds of activists from Planned Parenthood, AFSCME and smaller progressive groups were hooting and cheering their latest mini-victory. The “People’s Filibuster,” scheduled to last all week, had triumphed in its first few minutes. 

The delay of BRCA, which Republicans had hoped to vote on this week, came after disagreements inside the majority party. But it was egged on by the “Resistance,” the loose collection of more than 1,000 groups working to stop the Republican agenda that sprang out of Trump’s surprise election. “A bill designed by wealthy white men, for wealthy white men will only further marginalize disenfranchised communities,” said the organizers of the Jan. 21 Women’s March in a statement. “While a delay on the vote is a small victory, it’s time to crank up the outrage and tell all Senators to vote NO.”

The call to action that has everyone on social media laughing however was a tweet by Michael Moore who suggested liberals “storm” (“nonviolently”) the local offices of Senators and “pack” their town halls. Hmmm….Is there such a thing as “nonviolently” storming someone’s office? Perhaps someone should tell the irrelevant Michael Moore that the Senators don’t work over the July 4th weekend.

Moore got called out on Twitter by several people who were smart enough to figure out the Senate would be on recess or that “storming” offices of US Senators was anything but “nonviolent”:

The most embarrassing propaganda piece we could find was USA Today’s piece titled:

Democrats to ‘crank up the outrage’ over Senate Republican health care bill over July 4 break

USA Today joined in with other leftist propaganda rags in an effort to help the left organize agains our President and the GOP. Yesterday, they ran a one-sided fear mongering article that was clearly designed to motivate Democrats to spend their extended holiday weekend harassing Republican Senators to change their votes on the replacement bill for the failed Obamacare.

In an effort to discredit the efforts of the GOP, USA Today’s propaganda piece mentions how Republican Senators are not 100% on board with the bill. USA Today even offers their readers a George Soros resource to help them find ways to resist our President and the GOP agenda.

USA TODAY – According to MoveOn.org, one of the main resistance organizing groups, its activists will flood district offices with calls, hold organizing cookouts and show up at July 4thparades in different cities with signs reading “Healthcare is our right” and “Health care is patriotic.” Our Revolution, the outside progressive group affiliated with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., says it is organizing a series of non-violent protests including sit-ins at Senate offices on July 6.

USA today also offered their readers a heavy dose of fear with a Youtube video featuring a woman named “Priscilla” and her 38-year-old daughter who has cerebral palsy and could die from seizures without health insurance.

USA Today also featured 2 tweets in their article showing Americans who are singing the praises of Obamacare. Every day, we see horror stories about Americans who were financially devastated by Obamacare, not one of those stories appeared in the lopsided USA Today article. These 2 tweets were apparently the only examples a major publication like USA Today could find in their embarrassing propaganda piece:

Here’s the extent of USA Today’s “balanced” reporting, as they mention the GOP near the end of the article, but only in a negative light, as they make a point to say the GOP is attacking Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren. They also point out that according to polls, most Americans disagree with the GOP and want taxpayers to pay for everyone’s health care:  

Republicans will have their own messaging campaign, as they try to tie all Democrats to comments made by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who is pressing for a single-payer health care system, in which the government would run a health insurance program available to any American.

Republicans plan to have their own digital campaign and hold press conferences that include testimonials from Americans who’ve been “negatively impacted” by Obamacare, said Republican National Committee spokesman Rick Gorka.

Yet McConnell has acknowledged if Republicans can’t pass a bill soon, they may have to work with Democrats, who will demand preserving the current Obamacare program by shoring up the individual market exchanges.

“People get really emotional about health care, but Republicans have clearly lost the narrative on this, and the discussion has moved towards ‘Who are you taking health care away from?’” said former Republican House member Tom Davis of Virginia, who previously headed reelection efforts for his party.

Republicans worry Democrats will ultimately push for a single-payer system that is anathema to their limited-government, free-market driven ideology. Once a politically toxic prospect – Hillary Clinton faced significant blow back as first lady for her 1990’s flirtation with universal health care that stopped short of single payer – polls now show modest increases in support for such a system.

A recent survey by the Pew Research Center found 33% of respondents favor a single-payer system. More relevant to the current debate, 60% said the federal government is responsible for providing healthcare coverage to all Americans. In an interview on MSNBC, Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, D-OH, who represents a working-class area including Youngstown, also expressed support for single-payer

Additional polling also suggests Democrats have a running start on public opinion heading into the break. According to a USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll, just 12% of Americans support the Republican plan, a similar number other major surveys including by Marist. NBC News/Wall Street Journal found just 16% of adults believe the House bill was a good idea.

 

 


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