LMAO: Mad Max Goes Full Maxine – Says 700 Billion To Lose Insurance Coverage

This is why we need term limits.

The Democrats have always had a tenuous grasp of reality, but since Trump’s election, they’ve come unhinged.

It’s time Maxine step aside and join Gary “And what is Aleppo?” Johnson on the political sidelines.

You probably thought Virgina Governor Terry McAuliffe’s stupid claim that ’93 Million Americans are killed by guns every day’ would be pretty tough to beat.

We give you… Mad Max.

“Take, for example, the state of Kentucky. Almost one-third of those people in that state are covered by Medicaid, and so they’re talking about eliminating 700 billion,” she said, looking off camera, seemingly seeking confirmation, “in, uh, Trumpcare bill.”

She concluded, “And so that’s no way that they can say that they’ll do more coverage than Obamacare, and so I don’t really know what they’re talking about.”

The Congressional Budget Office claims 22 million people — not 700 billion — will lose health care coverage if Obamacare is repealed, CNBC reports. –Read More

She began her thought talking about people. The kindest thing we could say about her gaffe is that she may have jumped from talking about people to talking about dollars.

Even SHE looked lost in the middle of that thought.

But to play by the same rules as she plays with Republicans, we would NOT look for the most generous explanation, but the most cynical.

And in this case, the most cynical is that the old bat has completely lost it, and not only doesn’t know how many people live in Kentucky — Or America — but the entire world.

After all — the Left made Romney’s HR notes, or ‘binders full of women’ into some kind of a ‘sexist slur’.

So letting her comment stand like someone who doesn’t know how many people live on the whole frickin PLANET is fair game, right?

Share to show Dem voters how stupid they’ve been.

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