‘This is lunacy’! For SOME reason people are skeptical that Elizabeth Warren $52 trillion health care plan wouldn’t raise middle class taxes

Elizabeth Warren’s campaign likes to pitch her as the “candidate with a plan for everything.” One of those plans is Medicare for All, and Warren’s apparently hoping Americans have forgotten about all those health care plan promises Barack Obama made ten years ago that turned out to be complete lies, because she’s unveiled her own list of promises:
Today, I’m releasing my plan to pay for . Here’s the headline: My plan won't raise taxes one penny on middle-class families. In fact, we'll return about $11 TRILLION to the American people. That's bigger than the biggest tax cut in our history. Here's how:
Health care costs are rising and crushing families. And a serious diagnosis can financially ruin a middle-class family even if they have insurance. We let private insurance and drug companies profit from that pain. Enough. We need a system that reflects our values.
The best plan is —the only plan that gives everyone in America full coverage, with the freedom to see any doctor, with no premiums, copays, and deductibles—so getting sick doesn’t mean you go broke. No restrictions, no surprises, no more bills.
She goes on, but you get the point. It’s the “rainbows, gumdrops & unicorns” everybody was promised with Obamacare multiplied by a couple of dozen. Warren said only those in the top one percent would see their taxes go up. And what would be the price tag on all this “free” health care?
Oh, and employers would also pay higher taxes (and you know what that means even if Dems won’t admit it):
Thanks, but no thanks, senator!
Pretty much.
"Just under $52T"

"proposes ~$20T in tax hikes to pay for it"

Now, I'm no expert mathemagician...
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