Entire post here (by Kendra Lubalin):
On Thursday afternoon, in Washington D.C., Paul Ryan, 45, entered his place of work in a murderous frenzy, killing thousands and injuring millions more, before he was finally stopped by the Senate.
Now, to be sure the numbers are not certain. The AHCA was scored earlier, with the end result being a reduction of coverage of 24 million by 2026. The bill passed last week, incorporating the new amendments, has not been scored by the CBO. However, estimates suggest similar, if not larger, impacts.
Based on the scored version of the AHCA, we can conjecture that slightly under half a million non-elderly in Wisconsin would lose their coverage, based on estimates provided by David Cutler and Emily Gee. 50,000 would be lose coverage in Speaker Ryan’s district alone. Assuming Wisconsin’s demographics are similar to that of the Nation, then mortalities in Wisconsin would be elevated by about 600 per year (Wisconsin per capita income is slightly lower than the Nation’s, and population somewhat older, so I’m being conservative here — and being poorer and older places one in the cross-hairs of the AHCA.)
Of course, these are merely estimates. One could just go on faith, and believe Representative Labrador’s assertion ‘Nobody Dies Because They Don’t Have Access to Health Care’.