Bloomberg Thinks We Should Combat Bankruptcy By Denying Cancer Treatments To The Elderly

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Bloomberg explaining how healthcare will “bankrupt us,” unless we deny care to the elderly.

“If you show up with cancer & you’re 95 years old, we should say…there’s no cure, we can’t do anything.

A young person, we should do something. Society’s not willing to do that, yet.” pic.twitter.com/7E5UFHXLue

— Samuel D. Finkelstein II (@CANCEL_SAM) February 16, 2020

This is a video that resurfaced of Bloomberg visiting a Jewish family in 2011 (believe me, there’s irony to the fact that they’re Jewish), and he was discussing some of the issues with health care. He was talking about how the governor’s cutbacks would contribute to less money being available to hospitals, including fewer available resources.

His master plan to combat this? Denying health care to the elderly in order to refrain from bankruptcy.

Doesn’t that kind of sound like socialist health care rationing?

According to NCBI:

Health services rationing means restricting the access of some people to useful or potentially useful health services due to budgetary limitation. The inherent features of the health market and health services, limited resources, and unlimited needs necessitate health services rationing.

Health care rationing can be accomplished through fixed budget, benefit package, payment mechanisms, queuing, copayments, and deductibles.

Health services rationing means restricting the access of some people to useful or potentially useful health services due to budgetary limitation.

Hmm, yup, sounds like health care rationing to me.

You can’t just deny medical care to the elderly just because you don’t perceive them as useful. That’s just asinine.

Doesn’t it remind you of the Nazi’s? They, too, found the elderly to be undesirable to society.

According to The Daily Wire:

Bloomberg later praised the socialized medicine that Europe has, suggesting that it was better than America’s health care system.

“If you look in Europe, if you look in Europe, we spend here about $7,000 odd dollars per person per year on health care in the United States,” Bloomberg said. “In Europe it’s about $3,300, less than half, their life expectancy 2-3 years greater.”

Bloomberg should invest in a script writer. The more he talks, the worse he gets.

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