Rick Scott oversaw the biggest Medicare fraud and author of the GOP Platform to cut Medicare. He inspired INVASION OF THE MEDICARE SNATCHERS.
- When Scott was deposed in Medicare fraud scandal during his time as CEO of Columbia/HCA. Scott pleaded the Fifth Amendment 75 times. — Newsweek
- The investigation revealed a slew of offenses — PolitiFact
- Columbia/HCA later reached a settlement with the Justice Department with combined fines totaling $1.7 billion. — Newsweek
- Scott received $300 million in stock, $10 million in cash, and $5 million as part of his resignation — Market Realist
Republicans plan to snatch Medicare away from millions of Americans. Their scheme inspired this 30 second video clip based on Invasion Of The Body Snatchers. This blog also explains how to quickly create rapid response videos with free apps.
Creating a rapid response video
Amplify your message with videos. They’re easy to produce. Quickly viewed. Easily shared. Grassroots groups can use their creativity and free apps to spread their message instead of advertising. Rapid response videos leverage news events to get extra exposure as the issue is already getting attention.
The INVASION OF THE MEDICARE SNATCHERS video was created by a volunteer in two hours with the free iMovie app. It was shared by @RachelBitcofer and has already had over 3,500 views in a few hours. Such free media exposure is called earned media, and much more cost effective than paid advertising. Get pro bono help with videos for social justice and progressive causes here.
This video was created with clips (with attribution) from the Invasion Of The Body Snatchers trailer. The clip was downloaded from the Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, which is a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, it provides free access to researchers, historians, scholars, people with print…