Fact-checkers are exposing lie after lie that Democrats are telling the American people on health care. A quick recap of the latest:
The Washington Post: Despite critics' claims, the GOP health bill doesn't classify rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition "The notion that AHCA classifies rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition, or that survivors would be denied coverage, is false."
The New York Times: Representative Frank Pallone Jr., Democrat of New Jersey, criticized the bill as hurting 129 million people with pre-existing conditions. "This is misleading. … Most people with pre-existing conditions also have insurance through their employers (as many as 82 million, according to the same health and human services report), and would not be directly affected by the bill's changes to pre-existing conditions. Others were covered through public options such as Medicaid, so Mr. Pallone's and Ms. Pelosi's claims are 'baffling,' [health economist Joseph Antos] said."
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