A Voter’s Primer: The Seven Health Policy Habits of Insanely Progressive People

By C.J. Baker, M.D.

What is the most painful lesson the COVID-19 saga has taught the American people? Perhaps it was how, over the past two and a half years, we have been force-fed an extended taste of the dystopian version of “health care” that the Democrat Party and the Washington nomenklatura (but I repeat myself) seek to permanently impose on us.

We’ve lived through it now, so we can’t say we weren’t warned. However, many people are still dazed and confused, others remain terrified, and some just want to forget that the whole nightmare ever happened and return to their old pre-pandemic lives.

Things may have calmed down, but don’t kid yourself: the good old days have not returned. It’s vital that we never forget what they did to our children, our livelihoods, and our civil rights, how they ruined countless lives in the name of “keeping us safe.” And they’re not done. They’re just warming up. And now they seek amnesty for their abuses of power, even as they continue to persecute courageous dissidents like Dr. Peter McCollough, even as they push booster after booster, even to tiny children? No way.

In the interest of jostling the collective memory before this election, your humble correspondent asks: what are the medical implications of Democrat party governance?

Presenting the Seven Health Policy Habits of Insanely Progressive People:

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