Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) is the latest contestant on the new Democratic game show, “Name That Grovel”. From kneeling in the US congress to bowing down to BLM in the streets to the new strategy from Beshear, insuring everyone…who is black that is.
Beshear announced on Monday that his administration would be working to providing every Black Kentuckian with health insurance. Not every Kentuckian.
This would be a direct violation of the equal protection clause of the US Constitution. But of course, Democrats do not recognize the constitution as a legal document.
Democrats claim that the constitution is a “living breathing document.” Test that out why don’t you. Try telling your wife that your marriage license is a living breathing document and that as such allows you to date that young girl that works at the checkout line at your local Walmart.
I’ll bet you never even saw that frying pan coming.
“In our health care system, the inequalities have been laid bare, have been exposed by this COVID-19 epidemic, and the results of inequality in health care have been shown — it’s death. By allowing this type of inequality to exist for as long as it has, we see African Americans dying at twice the rate that they make up of the population.”
“It shouldn’t have taken this type of pandemic, or it shouldn’t have taken these types of demonstrations for us to commit to ending it.”
Beshear went on to say he believes health care is a basic human right and that he would eventually like every Kentucky resident to have health care coverage, but that black residents must take precedence over anyone else and that his new initiative would be the first step.
“It’s time for prioritization in black and African American communities, so we’re going to do that,” the governor declared. “My commitment today is we are going to begin an effort to cover 100% of our individuals in our black and African American communities. Everybody. We’re going to be putting dollars behind it. We’re going to have a multifaceted campaign to do it.”