MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle claimed Tuesday morning that being a woman is a “pre-existing condition.”
— Corinne Clark (@corinnec) May 9, 2017
Ruhle and her panel of liberals were discussing the recently passed healthcare bill from House Republicans, and used comedian Jimmy Kimmel’s comments last week about his son having a pre-existing condition as their talking points for why we need to keep Obamacare in place.
“I too have a pre-existing condition. I’m a woman,” Ruhle said to a panel that seemed to agree with her.
Ruhle said that president Trump will have a hands-off approach to healthcare now because he “got his win,” but another panelist couldn’t let that comment go as he claimed five times that this was not a “win” for the president.
“No, he didn’t get a win. He got something he could claim is a win. It is so far from being a win; it is disgusting what he does by having a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden making it seem like he has a win — but he’s doesn’t have a win. His win is not a reality.”
Here’s the full exchange from the panel:
Thankfully others pointed out the many flaws with this argument and line of thinking from liberals.
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