Newly crowned Miss USA Kara McCullough said and did everything right -- until she committed a mortal sin in the eyes of the left.

She said healthcare is not a right, it's a privilege.


"As a government employee, I am granted healthcare. And I see firsthand that for one to have healthcare, you need to have jobs," McCullough told the panel of judges. "So therefore, we need to continue to cultivate this environment that we’re given the opportunities to have healthcare as well as jobs to all the American citizens worldwide.”

The reaction in the media and from the twitterverse was a yellow fecal storm of personal criticism of McCullough, who is African-American.

Most of her worst verbal assailants were black.


Kat added: "Miss DC just lost me with that answer ... Affordable health care is a privilege? Girl bye."

We say good riddance to Kat and everyone who thinks like her.

McCullough is not only smart -- she's a nuclear scientist -- she's pretty much on the money when it comes to health care.

Where does it say anywhere in the Bill of Rights or the U.S. Constitution that health care is a human right? Free speech is a right. Gun ownership is a right. Freedom of association and religion and freedom from illegal search and seizure are rights.

But health care? It's not even a privilege. Back in the day, when health care was far more affordable because the government was far less involved, health care was a choice, an option, something you obtained when you were sick. And in most cases, you could afford to pay for it out-of-pocket or with health insurance, which was more reasonably priced.

Fast forward 50 years and health care isn't even a right -- it's mandatory, whether you're 18 or 80. You don't even have much choice or say in the matter of your own health care any more.

One way or another, you are going to pay for your health care, or someone else's, with your tax dollars.

The only people who aren't on the hook for health care are the hordes of illegals who have overrun the system forcing unprofitable hospitals to close and health care costs to go up and up and up.

Sara McCullough spoke her mind about health care. How ironic that African-Americans think it's not a terrible thing to waste her on social media.

Please share your comments if you feel that healthcare is not a right.

Source: Louder With Crowder

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