Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), doubling down on her government-run health care plan, argues it’s a political plus, avoiding middle class tax increases and setting up a people versus the privileged fight.
After weeks of avoiding specifics, she released details of how to pay for her single-payer initiative that eliminates private health insurance.
Despite campaign claims, this more likely will either drag down Warren’s presidential campaign — or drag down a lot of Democratic politicians next fall.
The numbers in her revised plan may not be “made up,” as former Vice President Joe Biden charged, but they don’t add up.