Toomey: 'Pseudo-Celebrity' Is Making 'False Accusations' on Burn Pits Health Care Bill

Toomey: 'Pseudo-Celebrity' Is Making 'False Accusations' on Burn Pits Health Care Bill


Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” criticized the left for getting “pseudo-celebrity” to make up “false accusations” about a healthcare bill for veterans and 9/11 first responders who were exposed to toxic burn pits.

While Toomey did not mention comedian Jon Stewart by name, Stewart had been attacking the senator over his objections to the burn pit legislation in media appearances.

Toomey said, “This is the oldest trick in Washington. People take a sympathetic group of Americans, and it could be children with an illness, it could be victims of crime, it could be veterans who have been exposed to toxic chemicals, craft a bill to address their problems and then sneak in something completely unrelated that they know

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