When Barack Obama took office back in 2009, little did we know how destructive his administration was going to be.
Looking back on his eight-year reign of terror, we saw Obama and his cronies working feverishly to destroy both the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
They cared not for the rights of life, liberty, and property.
Instead, they worked to promote the death of unborn children, to use bureaucratic overreach for spying on American citizens, and to take land owned by the states and place it in the hands of the federal government.
But the most horrifying legacy that Obama left the American people was his prized, landmark legislation: Obamacare. And its effects have been devastating.
However, since the arrival of Donald Trump, he has done much to undo the horrors of the previous administration.
He is working to restore Americans’ rights listed in the Declaration.
And he is working slowly but surely to rid our country of Obamacare’s lasting effects. The latest bill that President Trump just signed into law will fully dismantle the evilest portion of the Obamacare law
You may have thought the individual mandate was the worst part of Obamacare, it is not. But never fear, Donald Trump just eliminated it with the stroke of his pen.
The Obamacare individual mandate was dropped precipitously when the tax-reform package was signed into law just before Christmas.
Now a second much-reviled Obamacare provision, its “death panel,” has been repealed in this week’s two-year spending plan adopted by Congress in the wee hours of Friday morning and signed by President Trump.
Democrats mocked the “death panel” moniker, but the Independent Payment Advisory Board, which was never made functional, comissioned 15 unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats to “limit private, nongovernmental spending on health care.”
Critics, such as Sarah Palin, who popularized the “death panel” label, argued that by limiting spending, the panel effectively could determine who would live and who would die.
The National Right to Life Committee, a coalition of 50 state affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters, praised the elimination of the board.
As dystopian as it sounds, death panels were at some point in the future going to become a reality in America. As shocking and as petrifying as it sounds, that was the progressive track we were on, thanks to liberal Barack Obama.
We are very grateful that President Trump has found good and unique ways of eliminating this horrifying piece of legislation.
Although Obamacare is being taken apart bit by bit, we have confidence that President Trump will very soon be able to fully repeal this law and complete eliminate Obama’s legacy forever.