James Vowed to Repeal the Health Care Law As Senator Despite Studies Showing It “Has Saved Lives” in Michigan, Secures Coverage Protections for 1.7 Million Michiganders with a Pre-Existing Condition
After His Failed U.S. Senate Race, James Tried to Erase the Video Slamming the Health Care Law
Failed Senate candidate John James posted a video of himself calling the law protecting pre-existing conditions coverage for 1.7 million Michiganders a “monstrosity” and vowing to repeal it as Senator. The video was one of the hundreds of social media posts James tried to delete after he was defeated last year, but the threat he poses to Michiganders’ health care remains the same.
Watch the video James tried to hide from Michiganders:
James has also voiced his “2000%” support for President Trump, who is currently overseeing a GOP lawsuit that poses “the most immediate threat” to the law. Washington Republicans have also “vowed to try again” to repeal the health law after the 2020 election, which would gut protections for Michiganders with pre-existing conditions. And just this week, Senate Republicans voted to defend Trump’s expansion of “junk” insurance while James remained completely silent.