House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) continued her barrage against the integrity of the Republican Party and the Trump administration last week by claiming the GOP is “misleading” Americans on healthcare reform, yet many Americans took to Twitter to bludgeon her with some sobering facts she seemed to forget.
The backlash targeting the longtime Democratic leader was spurred by her tweet on Thursday when she insisted that Republicans cannot advocate their plan for healthcare reform without resorting to misleading Americans.
“There’s a reason @HouseGOP & @SenateGOP can’t argue for #Trumpcare without misleading Americans: all the facts are against them,” Pelosi posted on Twitter Thursday.

Americans don’t forget that easy
Pelosi apparently took it for granted that her tweet would fall on eyes that all but forgot the deceptive and underhanded way in which she and fellow Democrats forced Obamacare on the American people.

“People who responded to Pelosi’s comment seemed to remember that she and other Democrats mislead Americans in 2009 and 2010 when passing their version of healthcare reform – the Affordable Care Act … otherwise known as ‘Obamacare,’” TheBlaze reported. “For example, one of the biggest promises then-President Barack Obama and Democratic leadership made when passing the bill was that Americans would be able to keep their healthcare plan and doctor, and that their health insurance premiums wouldn’t increase.”

The broken promises and bait-and-switch lies used to sell Obamacare to Americans were things of the not-so-distant past that Pelosi hoped would be nothing more than a fleeting memory from the past by now.

“However, millions of Americans have lost their pre-Obamacare health care plans – doctors and their premiums have skyrocketed,” TheBlaze’s Chris Enloe pointed out.
Talk about 'misleading' …

The misleading nature of Obamacare’s promotion – repeatedly assuring Americans, “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it,” – hit such epic heights that former President Barack Obama’s empty promise was named the “Lie of the Year” in 2013 by PolitiFact.

“It was a catchy political pitch and a chance to calm nerves about his dramatic and complicated plan to bring historic change to America’s health insurance system,” PolitiFact noted in December 2013. “But the promise was impossible to keep. So, [in the] fall, as cancellation letters were going out to approximately 4 million Americans, the public realized Obama’s breezy assurances were wrong.”
The president’s dishonest scheme that ended up forcing Americans to buy healthcare they did not want and be financially penalized for not purchasing his exorbitant signature plan should go down in history as one of the biggest scams the White House has ever pulled over on Americans.

“Boiling down the complicated healthcare law to a soundbite proved treacherous – even for its promoter-in-chief,” Politifact’s Angie Drobnic Holan asserted at the time. “Obama and his team made matters worse, suggesting they had been misunderstood all along. The stunning political uproar led to this: a rare presidential apology.”
Who’s calling who 'misleading?'

Besides sweeping Obama’s glaring lie under the carpet, Pelosi added some major deceit of her own when she quickly and covertly maneuvered to get Obamacare enacted before Americans even knew what hit them.

“And then of course, there’s Pelosi’s famous line where she said Obamacare must be passed before Americans can see that the bill made law,” Enloe recounted.
Her attempt to sneak one past the American public did not evade detection for long – to Pelosi’s dismay.

“Pelosi began the windup of her healthcare pitch by alluding to the controversies over the healthcare bill and the process by which it has reached its current state,” USNews.com reported in March 2010. “Then, just after saying, ‘It's going to be very, very exciting,' Pelosi gaffed, telling the local elected officials assembled that Congress ‘[has] to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it, away from the fog of controversy.’"

Not quite water under the bridge
Apparently, Pelosi underestimated the memory of the American public before launching her latest attack on Republicans’ healthcare reform via twitter, as followers wasted little time giving the career liberal politician a little refresher course about what it means to mislead America on healthcare.

“If anyone knows about misleading, it’s you @NancyPelosi,” Kevin M Bennett tweeted Friday.

Pelosi was then told to revisit Obamacare’s utter demise before pushing to salvage it and trying to trash “Trumpcare.”

“Here is a fact,” Dave S posted on Twitter Friday. “Obamacare isn't failing – it failed. I can't get even get bad coverage.”

Another tweet accused Pelosi and her Democratic colleagues of trying to make the GOP look like liars when they proved be the real deceivers several years ago when pushing the so-called Affordable Care Act.

“Just because you Dems lied about about Obamacare!” J Williams tweeted Thursday.
Pelosi’s own words were then thrown back in her face in an attempt to silence her latest attack on the GOP, which was followed up with a little humor.
"’We have to pass the Law to read what's in the Bill.’ – Nancy Pelosi ‘You can keep your doctor…’ – Obama,” a Friday Twitter post by Glen Woodfin reads.
A look in her own mirror was then prescribed for the Democratic House Majority Leader.

“Misleading? You mean like @TheDemocrats & @BarackObama's lies of saving $2500/yr & keep ur dr/ins if you like them?” Depolorable Taco Bowl tweeted Thursday. “Are you self-aware?”
Pelosi was then told to try the word “misleading” on for size herself before placing it on Republicans.

“You mean like the ‘we have to pass it to see whHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) continued her barrage against the integrity of the Republican Party and the Trump administration last week by claiming the GOP is “misleading” Americans on healthcare reform, yet many Americans took to Twitter to bludgeon her with some sobering facts she seemed to forget.

The backlash targeting the longtime Democratic leader was spurred by her tweet on Thursday when she insisted that Republicans cannot advocate their plan for healthcare reform without resorting to misleading Americans.

“There’s a reason @HouseGOP & @SenateGOP can’t argue for #Trumpcare without misleading Americans: all the facts are against them,” Pelosi posted on Twitter Thursday.
Americans don’t forget that easy
Pelosi apparently took it for granted that her tweet would fall on eyes that all but forgot the deceptive and underhanded way in which she and fellow Democrats forced Obamacare on the American people.

“People who responded to Pelosi’s comment seemed to remember that she and other Democrats mislead Americans in 2009 and 2010 when passing their version of healthcare reform – the Affordable Care Act … otherwise known as ‘Obamacare,’” TheBlaze reported. “For example, one of the biggest promises then-President Barack Obama and Democratic leadership made when passing the bill was that Americans would be able to keep their healthcare..

The broken promises and bait-and-switch lies used to sell Obamacare to Americans were things of the not-so-distant past that Pelosi hoped would be nothing more than a fleeting memory from the past by now.

“However, millions of Americans have lost their pre-Obamacare health care plans – doctors and their premiums have skyrocketed,” TheBlaze’s Chris Enloe pointed out.
Talk about 'misleading' …

The misleading nature of Obamacare’s promotion – repeatedly assuring Americans, “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it,” – hit such epic heights that former President Barack Obama’s empty promise was named the “Lie of the Year” in 2013 by PolitiFact.

“It was a catchy political pitch and a chance to calm nerves about his dramatic and complicated plan to bring historic change to America’s health insurance system,” PolitiFact noted in December 2013. “But the promise was impossible to keep. So, [in the] fall, as cancellation letters were going out to approximately 4 million Americans, the public realized Obama’s breezy assurances were wrong.”
The president’s dishonest scheme that ended up forcing Americans to buy healthcare they did not want and be financially penalized for not purchasing his exorbitant signature plan should go down in history as one of the biggest scams the White House has ever pulled over on Americans.

“Boiling down the complicated healthcare law to a soundbite proved treacherous – even for its promoter-in-chief,” Politifact’s Angie Drobnic Holan asserted at the time. “Obama and his team made matters worse, suggesting they had been misunderstood all along. The stunning political uproar led to this: a rare presidential apology.”
Who’s calling who 'misleading?'

Besides sweeping Obama’s glaring lie under the carpet, Pelosi added some major deceit of her own when she quickly and covertly maneuvered to get Obamacare enacted before Americans even knew what hit them.
“And then of course, there’s Pelosi’s famous line where she said Obamacare must be passed before Americans can see that the bill made law,” Enloe recounted.
Her attempt to sneak one past the American public did not evade detection for long – to Pelosi’s dismay.

“Pelosi began the windup of her healthcare pitch by alluding to the controversies over the healthcare bill and the process by which it has reached its current state,” USNews.com reported in March 2010. “Then, just after saying, ‘It's going to be very, very exciting,' Pelosi gaffed, telling the local elected officials assembled that Congress ‘[has] to pass the bill so you can find out what's in it, away from the fog of controversy.’"

Not quite water under the bridge
Apparently, Pelosi underestimated the memory of the American public before launching her latest attack on Republicans’ healthcare reform via twitter, as followers wasted little time giving the career liberal politician a little refresher course about what it means to mislead America on healthcare.
“If anyone knows about misleading, it’s you @NancyPelosi,” Kevin M Bennett tweeted Friday.

Pelosi was then told to revisit Obamacare’s utter demise before pushing to salvage it and trying to trash “Trumpcare.”
“Here is a fact,” Dave S posted on Twitter Friday. “Obamacare isn't failing – it failed. I can't get even get bad coverage.”

Another tweet accused Pelosi and her Democratic colleagues of trying to make the GOP look like liars when they proved be the real deceivers several years ago when pushing the so-called Affordable Care Act.

“Just because you Dems lied about about Obamacare!” J Williams tweeted Thursday.
Pelosi’s own words were then thrown back in her face in an attempt to silence her latest attack on the GOP, which was followed up with a little humor.

"’We have to pass the Law to read what's in the Bill.’ – Nancy Pelosi ‘You can keep your doctor…’ – Obama,” a Friday Twitter post by Glen Woodfin reads.
A look in her own mirror was then prescribed for the Democratic House Majority Leader.

“Misleading? You mean like @TheDemocrats & @BarackObama's lies of saving $2500/yr & keep ur dr/ins if you like them?” Depolorable Taco Bowl tweeted Thursday. “Are you self-aware?”

Pelosi was then told to try the word “misleading” on for size herself before placing it on Republicans.

“You mean like the ‘we have to pass it to see what’s in it’ kind of misleading?” Infidel wrote on Twitter Friday.
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Then, the simple message to “look at yourself before pointing your finger” was put before the progressive politician.
“HYPOCRITE MUCH?” pappy86us tweeted Friday.

Then, the simple message to “look at yourself before pointing your finger” was put before the progressive politician.
“HYPOCRITE MUCH?” pappy86us tweeted Friday.

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