If the Republican plan to replace Obamacare is the reason you die, a new website will mail your ashes and a message to the Republican congressman of your choice.
After the House successfully voted on the American Health Care Act on Thursday, Washington D.C., college student Zoey Salsbury created the website "mailmetothegop.com," with the purpose of making "GOP politicians face the consequences of their vote," according to the Huffington Post.
If you die because of the health care law, Salsbury's website pledges to send the cremated remains of your body via the U.S. Postal Service — along with a message noting the reason for your death — to a Republican congressman of your choice.
Salsbury contends that the AHCA will literally kill people and that Republicans should be held responsible for the deaths because they voted to pass the bill.
"Many of my friends will die," Salsbury told HuffPost. "People will literally die, and they don’t see that that’s going to happen."
"It’s really morbid and not fun to talk about," she added. "But that’s the reality of passing a health care bill like this."
Is #AHCA going to kill you? Me too. That's why I make a way to be sure your ashes get sent to a GOP Congressperson: https://t.co/XegGboc3sL— Zoey Jordan Salsbury (@Zoey Jordan Salsbury)1493924921.0
The website also allows users to publicly post the reasons they will die because of the bill.
"Because I have cancer which is a pre-existing condition as per the new bill. You are murderers. Every one of you that voted to repeal ACA. I hope you too have to choose between death and going into debt one day soon," one person wrote.
"My wife will suffocate without the asthma medication that Obamacare allowed us to afford," said another.
"My combat tour in Iraq resulted in enough disability to make me uninsurable, but not enough to get all my healthcare through the VA. You killed me, you prick," wrote yet another.
Salsbury's website went live on Thursday just after the House voted on the AHCA. The website was initially inundated with so much traffic that it crashed.
Despite all of the liberal outrage and misinformation being spread about the bill, the legislation is not yet law. In fact, the Senate has yet to even consider the bill and once they do, they will likely pass their own version of the law, complicating the law making process.