Why won't Fox News tell its viewers what the Healthcare Leadership Council is?
On Fox News' America's Newsroom this morning, guest anchor Juliet Huddy hosted Mary Grealy, "the president of the Healthcare Leadership Council." Grealy spent her time attacking a proposal to include allowing people age 55 to 65 to buy in to Medicare as a "non-starter," complaining about the current "cost-shift" from government programs to private insurers and underpayments to hospitals, and advocating for subsidies to purchase private health insurance instead:
Somehow, Huddy never got around to explaining what the "Healthcare Leadership Council" is. Here's the situation: they are a healthcare advocacy organization  that represents some of the biggest healthcare providers and private insurance companies in the country. In other words, Grealy collects a paycheck from the very people who stand to lose from a Medicare buy-in and stand to gain from subsidies for private insurance.