Senator Lindsey Graham recently called out the Affordable Care Act for giving a third of funds to liberal states, despite the fact that they make up only 22% of the U.S. population.
The disproportionate funds suggest that states like South Carolina are not being fairly covered by the ACA.
“Under the Affordable Care Act, three states get 35% of the money, folks,” Graham said. (It was later proved that the number was actually 37%.) “Can you name them? I’ll help you: California, New York and Massachusetts. They’re 22% of the population.”
In addition, Senator Graham highlighted that several congressional Democrats are from the three states. Dianne Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi are from California, Chuck Schumer is from New York and Elizabeth Warren is from Massachusetts.
“Now, why do they get 35% of the money when they’re only 22% of the population?” Graham asked. “That’s the way they designed the law: The more you spend, the more you get.”
Once again, Senator Graham is not afraid to speak out against unfairness and fight for the people of South Carolina. The apparent greediness of Democrats in Washington cannot go unchecked, and Lindsey Graham is making sure of that.
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