It's a sci-fi show set in futuristic L.A.. A family is living under military occupation of aliens, assisted by collaborating humans called RAPs. Basic necessities are hard to come by, and in the pilot episode, the main character is trying to buy insulin on the black market.
Here's one of the lines in that scene:
"Certain conditions have been deemed 'unworthy for treatment.' Diabetes is one of them. The RAPs are culling weakness from the herd."
I don't think it's a stretch to say that the GOP "healthcare" plan is attempting to do the same thing. And as much as people keep rebuffing the analogies to the rise of the Nazis in 1930s Germany, I think it's completely fair. This administration, which in reality is a bunch of criminals who have yet to be held accountable, is a cult of strength. We're all supposed to be skiing in Aspen and feasting at resort hotels and enjoying our wealth at the expense of the lesser beings.
I'm grateful to Chuck Schumer, and my senator Kamala Harris and others who are fighting the good fight.
p.s. good show. And the main family has a dog, which is always a plus:) Note, the line mentioned above is spoken by actress Deidrie Henry.