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Michael Bloomberg: elderly cancer patients should be denied treatment to cut costs

What is it about Democrats being heartless and pro-death?

Not only is every one of the 2020 Democrat presidential candidates pro-abort up to and even after delivery, Bernie Sanders the socialist is also pro-euthanasia.

See “Why you should be concerned that the largest U.S. nursing association endorses socialist pro-euthanasia Bernie Sanders for President”.

Now comes news that 78-year-old billionaire Michael Bloomberg, the 12th richest person in the world with a net worth of $64 billion, said elderly cancer patients should be denied treatment in order to cut health care costs.

LifeNews reports, Feb. 18, 2020, that in 2011 while visiting a grieving family whose brother had died after reportedly waiting 73 hours in an emergency room, then-New York mayor Michael Bloomberg said:

“All of these costs keep going up, nobody wants to pay any more money, and at the rate we’re going, health care is going to bankrupt us. We’ve got to sit here and say which things we’re going to do, and which things we’re not, nobody wants to do that. Y’know, if you show up with prostate cancer, you’re 95 years old, we should say, ‘Go and enjoy. Have a nice [inaudible]. Live a long life. There’s no cure, and we can’t do anything.’ If you’re a young person, we should do something about it. Society’s not ready to do that yet.”

Here’s the video:

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Hey, Bloomberg:

So who should have the authority to determine and what age should be the cutting point for denying medical treatment to an elderly cancer patient? 95? 90? 85? 80?

How about 78, your age?

SOURCE: FOTM