Liz Warren Sidesteps Medicare for All Question, Stalling Until ‘Plan is Out’


Liz Warren may be on a meteoric rise to the top of the 2020 Democratic polling, but that doesn’t mean that the Massachusetts Senator has it all figured out.

Her sudden popularity likely has little to do with what she is doing differently during these last few weeks, and everything to do with the trouble being faced by former Vice President Joe Biden now that his son’s Ukraine dealings are seeing the light of day.

In fact, Warren’s own inability to properly explain how her administration will pay for her version of “Medicare for All” has been an ad nauseam talking about among Republicans and her fellow Democrats.

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This reticence to discuss a possible middle class tax hike continues today.

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While speaking to reporters in Iowa on Monday, 2020 presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) responded to a question on why voters should believe that you can pay for Medicare for all when she hasn’t released a plan on how to pay for it by stating, “why don’t you ask me that when the plan is out.”

This cop-out indicates either one of two things:  Warren is relying on her team to concoct some slippery semantics to avoid admitting to the tax hikes, or there is no plan at all.

In either case, Warren’s campaign will be haunted by this “Medicare for All” kerfuffle for weeks to come.

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