A FAKE CONSERVATIVE HIDING A LIBERAL RECORD A MILE LONG
While living in liberal Massachusetts, Sethi never registered as a Republican. See his voter record.
Instead he served on the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Medical Society, which strongly endorsed socialized medicine. See the proof.
In November 2010, Sethi co-authored an article touting Massachusetts’ Romneycare System as a National Model for Insurance Exchanges. Read it here.
Sethi‘s Massachusetts Medical Society supported Obamacare, issuing a press release stating “Strong Support for President Obama’s Commitment to Pass Health Care Reform.” See the press release.
In his book, An Introduction to Health Policy, Sethi praised France, Canada and Europe’s Socialized Health Care system – aligning more with Bernie Sanders’ socialist policies rather than President Trump’s America First Agenda. Read the excerpt.
The Obama White House website posted a press release naming Manny Sethi as a Regional Finalist for the Obama White House Fellows Program. You can view that press release here.
The Obama White House website posted a press release naming Manny Sethi as a National Finalist for the Obama White House Fellows Program, with his hometown listed as “Brookline, Massachusetts.” You can view that press release here.
Manny Sethi scrubbed the Obama White House Fellows Program from his Healthy Tennessee website, but you can find it on an archived page of the website here.
Manny Sethi donated to ActBlue, the left-wing group bankrolling Antifa rioters and Black Lives Matter. He never donated to President Trump in 2016. But he has a history of donating to multiple liberal Democrats. In 2008, Sethi donated to liberal Democrat Tom Perriello’s congressional campaign. How liberal is Perriello? He lost his seat in Congress by voting for Obamacare and now is Executive Director of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. See the donation.
Sethi also contributed to Democrat Alice Peisch, who supported Obama and co-sponsored an abortion bill in the Massachusetts State Legislature. Peisch co-sponsored a bill that pro-life advocates said “legalized infanticide” and called an “extreme infanticide act”. See the donation.
Sethi contributed to the American Medical Association PAC – in 2008, the majority of American Medical Association PAC’s contributions were to Democrats and their top recipient was Barack Obama. See the donation.