VIDEO: Nursing home resident has blunt message for Kamala Harris: ‘We don’t want you to mess with it’
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While Sen. Kamala Harris was helping senior citizens in a nursing home in Iowa with their game of bingo, one of the residents told her what she thought about her healthcare policies.
The elderly woman asked the presidential candidate how she was going to pay for a “Medicare for all” plan.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Well, we’re going to pay because right now, let me tell you something, we’re all paying for healthcare for everyone and it’s in the emergency room,” Harris told the woman.
“No, we’re not. No, we’re not. Leave our healthcare system alone. We don’t want you to mess with it,” the woman replied.
Harris promised she wouldn’t “mess with” the healthcare the woman has, adding she would keep health care the “way you like it.”
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