Fox News host Megyn Kelly shared a heart rendering story Thursday night of a South Carolina man with cancer who is being forced to make what he sees as a life or death decision after his health insurance plan was cancelled because of Obamacare.
Bill Elliot, who voted for President Obama, contacted “The Kelly File” via Facebook and said he can no longer afford to pay his medical bills and does not want to take on the new costs because he does not want to put a “burden” on his family, according to Fox News.
Saying he feels “misled,” Elliott told Kelly his new insurance will cost him $1,500 per month with a $13,000 deductible, adding that he will opt to pay the minimal fine for not having health insurance and “will just let nature take its course.”
The devastation of that comment could be seen clearly on Kelly’s face.
When asked to respond to Obama apologizing on Thursday, Elliot said, “I believe that was more of an insult to me and other people who have been cancelled.”
More and more, it’s beginning to look as if the Democratic Party’s cure is more deadly than the disease when it comes to addressing the “healthcare crisis” in America.
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