Producer and director Riaz Patel joined Glenn Beck on Monday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” to talk about a sad update from his personal life as well as why his family history gives him a unique perspective on the health care debate.
During the 2016 election, Patel saw why voters were turning to a candidate like Donald Trump when the systems in their life aren’t working for them.
“You’d have to be pretty deaf to not be able to hear that health care is broken,” Patel said.
Patel talked about his late father’s medical practice and how he worked in a closely knit community where he could get to know patients and let them pay what they could. He and Glenn discussed the slow breakdown of the medical industry, with Patel asserting that the rise of bureaucracy continues to choke out the relationship between doctor and patient.
“What you’re asking for though is a return to common sense and a return to trust in neighbors,” Glenn said.
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