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Steven Crowder exposes 'Medicare for All' myths perpetuated by the DNC

'Cheap health care doesn't mean quality health care'

On Friday, "Louder with Crowder" host Steven Crowder explained why the Democratic Party is pushing for "Medicare for All" and the lies perpetuated by the Democratic National Committee about the plan.

According to Crowder, when it comes to Medicare for All," the left uses two key arguments: Medicare for All was cheaper than private health care insurance; and Medicare for All had better outcomes than private insurance.

Claim No. 1: Cheaper than private health care insurance

Crowder explained that Democrats sold their Medicare for All plan as being cheaper than private insurance by about $20 trillion and provided better quality of health care than privatized health care.

"A lot of things would help us save money, like reusing needles, but that doesn't necessarily mean that we are going to get better quality health care," Crowder said.

Claim No. 2: Better outcomes than private insurance

According to Crowder, Democrats base their "better outcomes" argument on life expectancy and infant mortality and often use questionable polling data.

"None of those claims are objectively accurate," Crowder said.

Crowder added that Democrats use medical bankruptcy as a way to push their agenda as well as the excuse that the U.S. has more uninsured people than any other country; however, Crowder said, the statistics used in both cases are misleading.

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