1) Joe Biden may be considering ENDING seniors medicare plans. Christopher Jacobs writes:
Twelve months after Joe Biden claimed at the final presidential debate that “not one single person, private insurance, would lose their insurance under my [health] plan,” Democrats stand on the precipice of turning Biden’s statement into a reprise of Barack Obama’s “If you like your plan, you can keep it” Lie of The Year. The effort could cost millions of seniors their private Medicare plans, as Democrats raid one government program to create others.
With Democrats searching for politically acceptable ways to fund their multi-trillion-dollar spending spree, Medicare Advantage, the program in which private insurers provide Medicare benefits to seniors, appears on the table for cuts. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, recently confirmed this fact to Politico; the outlet quotes potential reductions as high as “the low hundreds of billions of dollars.”
2) Ron DeSantis nails Joe Biden to the wall on the vaccine mandate issue. DeSantis:
Fortunately, we’ve been able to fight back very effectively against mandates imposed by, for example, local governments against police and firefighters. Maria, these people we’ve been hailing as heroes, the nurses we’ve said have been heroes this whole time. They’ve been working day in and day out. They couldn’t do their job on zoom, they had to be there, and they did it with honor and integrity.
Now you have people that want to kick them out of their job over this shot? Which is basically a personal decision.
And you’re right, what Biden’s doing is unconstitutional. He does not have the authority to do this.
3) Democrats are prepping for a disasterous loss in Virginia. David Catron writes:
Yet McAuliffe clearly is sweating the gubernatorial race, and for good reason. The polls show Youngkin surging to a tie with him and suggest that the Republican is making inroads among crucial voter blocs whose support McAuliffe can’t afford to lose. According to a Monmouth University poll published October 20, for example, Youngkin has gained considerable support among independents and women.