McConnell-aligned group is spending $4M bash ‘Medicare for all’ before The debates

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Several of 2020 Democrats, Bernie Sanders’ Medicare support plan; Peter Doocy reports.

An outside political organization with ties to Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the introduction of a multi-million dollar advocacy is to warn the campaign, the voters of the “threat to your personal health care”, the government’s proposals such as “Medicare will be led-for-all” days, before the first of the 2020 Democratic presidential debates.

Fox News has learned that A Nation, a national policy of the organization lead by McConnell, former chief of staff Steven Law, will spend nearly $4 million in advertising for the campaign.

The commercial features what the group said, are the “patient horror stories from Canada’s single-payer system.” It begins with charisma this week on television, radio and digital platforms.

“We will make sure that every American understands that Medicare-for-All means, pay more for less quality care, longer waiting times and limited choice,” law said in a statement. “If you make a union of workers, a family, dependent on the employer, insurance company, or a senior citizen relying on traditional Medicare, called the Medicare-for-All will turn your world upside down.”

Many of the Democrats run for President, such as Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, say, is already the single-payer health care proposals such as “Medicare for all”,” it would be an affordable health insurance for all Americans.

But Republicans have warned that the radical step would be the end of private health insurance and cost trillions in government spending mean.

Democrats meet for the first primary debate in Miami next week.

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