OBAMACARE NAVIGATORS NAILED ON VIDEO PROMOTING FRAUD AND DECEIT …
Bill O’Reilly reported on “The Factor” last night the “Obsession with Obamacare” and the latest problem, one of many, with the presidents signature piece of legislation. Obama had more than enough time and money to implement Obamacare and yet it has been a catastrophic. Enter James O’Keefe and Project Veritas showing Obamacare navigators committing fraud and openly promoting deceit of applicants. The very people who are supposed to walk the applicants through Obamacare and answer questions are outright committing fraud. But what else would you expect from people who do not have to under go a criminal background check.
O’Keefe and the undercover Veritas operatives captured the video in Texas of Obamacare Urban League navigators purposely and willfully instructing the applicants in how to commit fraud against the American tax payer. And I thought Barack Obama was so concerned about waste and fraud? Great, another government program built on lies, fraud and deceit in signing people up. Welcome to community organizing. Hmm, wasn’t Obama one of these folks back in the day?
“This investigation shows just how vulnerable Obamacare is to fraud,” said James O’Keefe. “Taxpayers loose billions due to Medicare fraud and there is a clear possibility of billions more being wasted under a government-run health care system costing taxpayers $1.7 trillion.”
This is just the first video in a series of Obamacare investigations to be released in the coming weeks. The purpose of these investigations is not to advocate for defunding or the repeal of Obamacare but to expose waste, fraud, and abuse within the system.
Bill O’Reilly Talking Points on Obamacare and Fraud
Watch the Full VIDEO from Project Veritas below … it will make your blood boil
But what else should we expect than fraud and deceit from the very people who are supposed to guide individuals through Obamacare as the namesake of Obamacare, Barack Obama, perpetrated a fraud and lied to the American people to get the law passed in the first place?