President Trump has CRUSHED U.K. leaders by pointing to the failures in their universal health care systems. It has slashed services and led to claims that patients are dying in corridors and ambulances.
This is the result of socialized medicine.
Trump commented Monday on a weekend march in London calling for more funding for the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) by describing the NHS as “going broke” and criticizing Democrats for wanting to imitate the system.
The march was a broadly pro-NHS march that criticized the ruling Conservative government for not providing enough funding for the system. However, signs at the march calling for the NHS to be “saved” also included statements declaring the NHS “broken.”
The government has noted it’s increased funding by billions every year, but critics say it is not enough in what has been a decades-long war over NHS funding.
Those calls have become more urgent in recent weeks as the NHS has been hit by a “winter crisis” which saw tens of thousands of non-urgent surgeries canceled across England for more than a month, and widespread reports of hospitals simply unable to cope.