VIDEO: Students love Medicare for all…until learning what’s in it

Watch what happens when students learn what is in Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All plan...

From Campus Reform:

With the 2020 presidential election in full swing, leading Democrat candidates like Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have embraced Medicare For All as the solution to America’s healthcare problems.

Support for the universal healthcare plan has grown despite the overwhelming cost to taxpayers that comes along with it.

Among those most supportive of the plan are college students, who are more likely than older generations to support socialist ideas and candidates. Wanting to see whether they would support Medicare for All and if that support would change once they heard what was actually in it, Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips headed to George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Asking first whether they viewed the plan favorably or unfavorably, the results were near-universal.

Watch the video:

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