We’ll have to wait a little bitto see howthe projections thatthousands or even millions will die because the House extended the AHCA play out, but while the nation is on extinction watch, it’s entertaining to be acknowledged that little time it took for some other outrageous asserts about the invoice to be debunked.
Both BuzzFeed and the Washington Post have runarticles since the House vote challenging the viral online allegation that the GOP bill classifies rape and sexual assault as preexisting conditions.
Analysis: Despite reviewers asserts, GOP bill doesnt categorize rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition https :// t.co/ BHsASVKs0c
— Washington Post (@ washingtonpost) May 6, 2017
There’s a lot of distraction after House Republican extended their health care programme. We sorted reality from fiction https :// t.co/ fclnGSEari
— BuzzFeed News (@ BuzzFeedNews) May 5, 2017
Where would people on social media get an idea like that? Well, a couple ofhandy informant were Mic andNew York Magazine, which Reason associate editor Elizabeth N. Brown took to school; specifically, to remedial reading grasp class.
no one tweeting “rape is now a preexisting conditions” seems able to explain what the hell is intend by that at all
— Elizabeth N. Brown (@ ENBrown) May 5, 2017
— Jane Coaston (@ cjane8 7) May 5, 2017
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