To repeat: If the total number of bankruptcies is 800K a year (which is an objective number derived from actual court filings), and you have an source that claims that 775K of them were due to medical bills (which is a subjective number which can only be estimated from other data), then your source is obviously incorrect.
I would never demand that you read, for example, a cited Infowars article. Apparently, however, you now demand that I consider an equally unreliable article as credible.
If you want to avoid that inconvenient fact (which is the Religion of Progressivism, it appears) and try to spin it all in your favor, then you’re not putting anything back on me; you’re simply doubling down on your own mistake.
And, it does not make you seem credible when you are found to have cited an article without even a thought to the sanity of their data.