Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley blasted Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on social media Wednesday evening when she called-out the left-wing lawmaker for his “ridiculous” childcare claims.
“In the United States it costs, on average, $12,000 to have a baby. In Finland it costs $60. We’ve got to end the disgrace of our profit-driven health care system and pass Medicare for all,” posted Sanders.
“Alright @BernieSanders, you’re not the woman having the baby so I wouldn’t be out there talking about skimping on a woman when it comes to childbirth. Trust me! Nice try though,” fired-back Haley.
Alright @BernieSanders, you’re not the woman having the baby so I wouldn’t be out there talking about skimping on a woman when it comes to childbirth. Trust me! Nice try though. https://t.co/LlmLmqdbNk
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) March 20, 2019
“Health care costs are too high that is true but comparing us to Finland is ridiculous. Ask them how their health care is. You won’t like their answer,” she added.
CLASS WARFARE! Elizabeth Warren Continues Attacks on ‘Billionaires,’ Calls for ‘Universal Childcare’
Firebrand Senator and potential 2020 Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren continued her all-out assault on the nation’s wealthiest citizens Monday; calling for a “universal childcare” program and a “Green New Deal” throughout the United States.
“Billionaires like this guy make me wonder what our country needs more of: ranches with golf courses designed by PGA players & fireplaces ‘imported from European castles’ – or universal childcare & a Green New Deal?” asked Warren on Twitter.
Billionaires like this guy make me wonder what our country needs more of: ranches with golf courses designed by PGA players & fireplaces “imported from European castles” – or universal childcare & a Green New Deal? #UltraMillionaireTax https://t.co/w4rm9gRlRv
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) January 28, 2019
Warren made national headlines late last week when she unveiled her ‘Ultra Millionaire Tax’ that would impose a stiff tax rate on Americans with more than $50 million in assets; saying the revenue would go towards left-leaning programs across the country.
ECONOMICS 101: Warren Claims $70 BILLION ‘Universal Child Care’ Will Be ‘Great for the Economy’
Progressive lawmaker and presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren doubled-down on her demands for a ‘Universal Child Care’ program throughout the United States Thursday; bizarrely suggesting the $70 billion proposal would be “great for the economy.”
“My new #UniversalChildCare plan is a win-win-win. Great for parents. Great for kids. Great for the economy,” she tweeted.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 21, 2019
Leading economists believe the child care scheme would cost American taxpayers upwards of $70 billion per year to provide “free child care” for all residents between the ages of zero and five.