‘Krazy Kari’ Lake Calls For Repeal Of Obamacare (So Last Decade)

Huffington Post reports, Kari Lake Calls For Repealing Obamacare:

Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake called for repealing the Affordable Care Act at a campaign event on Monday, bringing up an issue all but forgotten by her Republican Party [in this year’s election.]

“We need a red wave, and we need to overturn Obamacare and come up with something better,” Lake said at a campaign event in Scottsdale. Her comments drew no audible reaction from the crowd. [They be like “WTF did she say?”]

Reminder: In the past 12 years, Republicans have never put forward any health care plan, other than “repeal Obamacare” and let chaos ensue in the health insurance and healthcare delivery systems. As of April 2022, over 35 million people have Obamacare coverage. That is 35 million people “Krazy Kari” Lake wants to deprive of access to healthcare.

“They were going to do that, remember? And one of our old Arizona senators went in late at night and gave the old thumbs down. We’ll never forget that,” she added, referring to the late Republican Sen. John McCain’s vote against repealing the law.

What is her deal with her hatred for John McCain? Remember her acting out stabbing John McCain when she claimed to have vanquished the John McCain machine in the primary?

Most Republicans have abandoned their decade-long quest to repeal the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. None of the GOP’s Senate candidates are running on overturning the law, nor have they spoken about it on the campaign trail.

The new House Republican agenda issued by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) makes no mention of the Affordable Care Act, calling only for more competition in the health care insurance system.

Arizona expanded Medicaid under Republican Gov. Jan Brewer in 2013, embracing a key part of Obamacare and covering vulnerable Arizonans who otherwise couldn’t afford health insurance. It’s unclear whether Lake also supports repealing the Medicaid expansion in her state. A request for comment from her campaign had not received a response as of late Tuesday.