OK, this video is really called The Free Lunch Myth, but the same principles apply to the myth of free birth control or the myth of free healthcare.
Government doesn’t pay for it, we do. And when government takes our money to pay for something like healthcare, politicians take a cut, and then claim the power to tell us what care we can get, when we can get it, and how we must live our lives to qualify for the "free" care that we paid for with our taxes.
Government has no money of it’s own. It always takes its money from the people.
Sometimes government does things in a way that conceals where the money is coming from. For example, politicians may say they are taxing businesses, not people, but businesses have to pass taxes on to consumers. Business owners may write the check, but they add their expenses to the goods and services that people buy.
And taxes on employers end up being paid by the employee. All taxes are eventually paid by the people.
Some say that government can just print more money to pay for government services, but you can’t print money without cost. It ends up being another form of taxation.
When you print more money, people have more money to spend. When you spend more money on the same amount of goods and services, prices go up, The result is that everyone is paying a tax through inflation. That hits retired people who are on a fixed income the very hardest because their life savings are devalued and then they struggle to make ends meet.