Medical Freedom For All Americans and Protecting Medicare and Social Security
February 07, 2023
Americans are experiencing a massive budget crunch with health services, premiums, and essential medications thanks to Joe Biden’s inflation disaster and mangled supply chains.
From July 2021 to July 2022, the cost of more than 1,200 medications increased by an average of over 30 percent. Some drugs in 2022 increased by more than $20,000 or 500%.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas estimated that the rate of healthcare inflation would almost double between mid-2022 and mid-2023.
Under Biden, pharmacies nationwide ran out of basic medications like amoxicillin and Children’s Tylenol. 
As of right now, almost one-third of Americans are enrolled in Medicaid, a program that is supposed to serve as a safety net for the poor and truly needy.
Under Biden, more Americans died of COVID in 2021 than in all of 2020.
President Donald J. Trump empowered American patients by greatly expanding healthcare choice, transparency, and affordability.
Under President Trump, prescription drug prices fell for the first time in 47 years.
President Trump eliminated the Obamacare individual mandate – a financial relief to low and middle-income households that made up nearly 80 percent of those who paid the penalty for not wanting to purchase health insurance.
President Trump imposed requirements for unprecedented price transparency from hospitals and insurance companies, so patients know what the cost is before they receive care.
President Trump passed Right to Try to give terminally ill patients access to lifesaving cures.
President Trump will restore medical freedom, increase fairness through additional price transparency, and will always protect Medicare, Social Security, and patients with pre-existing conditions.
Watch President Trump’s policy proposal to protect Medicare and Social Security.