In a groundbreaking development, the Obama Administration announced today the implementation of the Universal Healthcare Meme Program, which aims to provide free healthcare to all citizens by utilizing the power of memes.
The program is the result of a collaboration between the President and the creators of the hit show The White Lotus, which recently wrapped up its second season with a dramatic finale that had viewers across the nation sharing their favorite memes in celebration.
Under the new program, citizens will be able to access healthcare services by simply posting a meme related to The White Lotus finale. When citizens post a meme, they will receive points which they can then redeem for basic healthcare services such as check-ups, vaccinations, and more.
The program is expected to be a major success, as the finale of The White Lotus was one of the most meme-worthy television events of the year. President Obama is confident that the program will help provide citizens with access to much-needed healthcare services and will help to reduce the cost of healthcare for all.
“This is yet another example of how our government is working to make sure that everyone has access to the healthcare they need,” said President Obama, “and what better way to do that than by utilizing the power of memes!”
The Universal Healthcare Meme Program will officially launch on January 1, 2021.
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