Who’s fighting for you? And who looks after their billionaire donors?
Actions speak louder than words. Check these ten maps that highlight what President Biden and the Democrats have accomplished so far on Medicare, Social Security, Climate Change, Tax fairness, Student Loans, Veterans benefits, Infrastructure and reducing gun violence.
The facts speak for themselves. You make the call.
See who really has your back
Fighting for all of us
Why do Republicans want to cut Medicare? Block gun safety measures? Cut funding that would create jobs and improve the infrastructure? Deny Climate Change? Follow the money to see how their actions are all about looking out for the interests of their billionaire donors.
The truth will ll set you free
Here are just three examples of Republicans look after the interests of their billionaire donors at the expense of working Americans. Click on this map to see more examples and then decide who deserves your vote. Democracy is on the ballot in November. Don’t let the billionaires deny your right to vote.
Republican plan to kill Social Security
“Senator Ron Johnson wants Social Security and Medicare on the chopping block every year,” Biden wrote. “He’s the same guy who said if Republicans get control of Congress, they’ll try to get rid of the [Affordable Care Act] again — denying insurance to people with preexisting conditions. These guys never stop.”
Johnson said on a radio show this month that Social Security and Medicare shouldn’t be “mandatory” programs and should be subject to yearly renewal decisions in Congress. Johnson’s comments are in line with the GOP Platform “An 11-Point Plan to Rescue America,”. Mandela Barnes, Johnson’s Democratic opponent, accused him of “want[ing] to strip seniors of the benefits they’ve worked their entire lives for.” – Market Realist
Republican forced birth zealots ban abortions
Why do states led by Trump Republican ban abortions and also deny poor mothers the Medicaid they are entitled to after childbirth? What role does racism play in these policies? What can you do to restore women’s freedom to choose when and with whom to have a family? First, check the facts for yourself with this map.
- Which states have banned or are about to ban abortions?
- Which states deny Medicaid benefits to their residents living in poverty?
- How many mothers living in poverty have the means to travel out of state to get abortion services?
- How many women die during childbirth?
- How many children die before the age of one?
- What is the Black population in these states?
- How many of these states have Republican Governors and Senators?
The U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed country and the maternal mortality rate is higher than it has been in decades. The maternal mortality rate in the U.S. is 17.4 deaths per 100,000 births. America is also the only developed to country see maternal mortality rates rising. – World Population Review
Republicans block insulin price caps in the Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act. Why? Follow the money.
Republican senators voted down a cap on the price of insulin in the private market, removing it from Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act. Democrats had tried to preserve the provision to cap insulin costs at $35 for private insurers, but that vote failed due to Republican opposition. The legislation, however, still includes a $35 copay cap on the price of insulin for people 65 and older on Medicare. – NBC
“This is a kitchen-table issue. One in four Americans is forced to skip or ration doses of insulin and that’s life-threatening. No one should have to choose between taking their medication as prescribed and putting food on the table or a roof over their head”, said Nancy Pelosi (NPR) Why would Republicans block a measure that would help millions of Americans? Follow the money from Big Pharma to Republicans to see why you pay so much for drugs.
TakeAway: Democracy is on the ballot this November. Don’t let the billionaires permanently steal your right to vote.
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