Sebelius Soon to Be HHS Sec All Over Again; Harris or Abrams to Succeed Ginsburg

It’s not just any woman who can be elected, not once, but twice, as Governor of redstate Kansas as a Democrat, but Kathleen Sebelius sure did.


President Obama wisely tapped her as his first Secretary of Health and Human Services, where she was very influential in the passage of the Affordable Care Act and its early implementation.


In today’s Times, Sebelius has an OpEd in which she robustly attacks Donald Trump & Company for their strenuous efforts to persuade SCOTUS to declare ObamaCare unconstitutional. She concisely summarizes the outrageous discrimination perpetrated for decades against women by insurance companies, and she issues a clarion call to all women, including Republican women, to take action to ensure the defeat of Donald Trump in November ("Attention All Women: Trump Is Coming for Your Health Care,"


Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones and associate solitary reporter Susanna Sherman spoke with Future President Joe Biden today, and he told them that on January 20, at 12:10 pm, immediately after he signs us back into the World Health Organization, he will ask Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to replace Big Pharma Lobbyist Alex Azar at Health and Human Services, with Sebelius.


To be followed immediately by the long-deserved retirement of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, with either Kamala Harris or Stacey Abrams to be nominated to succeed Ginsburg.