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Illegal aliens are killing Colorado’s second-largest hospital
« on: January 24, 2024, 03:09:29 pm »
January 23, 2024
Illegal aliens are killing Colorado’s second-largest hospital
By Andrea Widburg
Unlike conservatives, who tend to be linear, simplistic thinkers, in part because conservativism is about clarity and clarity leads to an Occam’s Razor simplicity, leftists are more Machiavellian, hatching ideas that achieve multiple goals. That’s the case with illegal immigration: It adds probable Democrat voters (both legal and illegal), plumps up the census numbers for more representatives in the House, provides gardeners and housecleaners…and their numbers help break the system, which is the Cloward-Piven strategy to pave the way for full socialism. If the fate of Denver Health Medical Care is anything to go by, the Cloward-Piven plan is working.

Here’s what you need to know to appreciate the import of what’s happening to Denver Health. First, Colorado is a sanctuary state. Second, Denver Health is the largest hospital in Denver and the second largest in Colorado. It’s also one of only five Level I Trauma Centers in the whole state. With that in mind, here’s the story.

The Denver Post is reporting (hat tip: Legal Insurrection) that Denver Health is near the breaking point and that it cannot survive more illegal aliens. According to the report, it ended 2022 with a $35 million deficit. Although the books aren’t quite closed on 2023, the deficit was even worse last year. The only reason the hospital survived was because it got $20 million from the state, Kaiser Permanente Colorado, and private donors. ...
In the last year, 8,000 migrants who came to Denver from Central America made about 20,000 visits to the health system, for needs including dental emergencies, mental health counseling and childbirth, Lynne said. The state and federal governments aren’t reimbursing the cost of those visits, which runs into the millions, she said. ...
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