Washington, D.C. – This year, Protect Our Care is kicking off May’s focus, Repeal and Sabotage Accountability Month, by releasing a web ad highlighting the consequences of Republicans’ deliberate health care repeal and sabotage campaign: a 20 percent rate hike set to hit working families while health insurance and pharmaceutical companies reap the windfalls of the GOP’s trillion-dollar tax break.
“From the moment he took office, President Trump has launched attack after attack on our health care, and Congressional Republicans have been eager to help. They tried to repeal the law; they attempted to undermine open enrollment; they promised to make the law fail; and they’ve proposed expanding junk insurance plans that would take us back to the days when insurance companies could impose sky-high rates on people with pre-existing conditions, or deny them coverage altogether. Now, Republican sabotage has left working people holding the bill. Every American who faces higher health care costs this year and next can thank Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans,” said Protect Our Care Campaign Director Brad Woodhouse.
Watch the ad here.
Are you sick and tired of Washington forcing your health care costs to go up? And up. And up.
For more than a year, Donald Trump and Republicans have sabotaged our health care…
… They ordered the government to dismantle the law.
… Then they made it harder for people to enroll.
… Then they proposed ways for insurance companies to deny care and discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions.
Doctors, patient groups, and health experts say the sabotage has a cost: higher premiums for you and your family – nearly 20% higher or more.
All this while their tax bill gave health insurance and pharmaceutical companies huge tax breaks.
Republicans and President Trump promised premiums would be lower but it’s their sabotage that is jacking up rates 20%.
People who work for a living? They just get higher costs.
And they keep going higher.
Enough is enough. Tell Republicans to stop the sabotage. End the war on our health care.