Venezuela is a socialist nation, run by greedy, wealthy socialists who care nothing about the real well-being of the people.
They have national socialized healthcare, just like what Democrats are trying to get here in America.
The healthcare got so bad that thousands of pregnant women were leaving for Colombia to have their babies.
The healthcare system and other socialist programs have bankrupted the nation which is now plagued with runaway inflation and desperation of the people.
Consequently, suicide rates in Venezuela are surging because people have no hope in anything.
This is what Democrats are trying to do to America.
Moneyweb – Suicides are rapidly rising across this once-wealthy nation, as hyperinflation, hunger and mass emigration take their toll.
The patients arrive by night or in broad daylight, alive and sometimes dead.
A record surge of suicides in troubled Venezuela is wearing down doctors who work at the university hospital in the Andean state of Merida. People who have tried to kill themselves arrive at an uncertain rhythm that breeds dread in the professionals who receive them.
“We live between terror and impotence,” said Ignacio Sandia, who heads the psychiatry department. “We constantly think we can’t do what we should in the moment we’re able to, and we’re terrified that patients commit suicide and there’s nothing we can do for them.”
Suicides are rapidly rising across this once-wealthy nation, but particularly in mountainous Merida, where they are hitting levels never seen…
A growing number of Democrats are pushing for free Medicare for all, just like what they have in Venezuela.
Some Democrats are also pushing for free college tuition for all.
Basically, the policies and agenda of Democrats is socialism, just like what they have in Venezuela.
It will result in ultra-high taxes, just like what they have in Venezuela and in runaway inflation, just like in Venezuela.
It will also leave millions of Americans feeling hopeless, just like in Venezuela and will consequently result in surging suicide rates, just like in Venezuela.
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