Charles Krauthammer’s Says 7.1 Million Obamacare Enrollees Is a ‘Phony Number’


Charles Krauthammer brings reason, practicality and reason to the so-called 7.1 million Obamacare enrollees … 

Last night on Fox News’ Special Report, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer called the touted 7.1 million Obamacare enrollees a “phony number”. Krauthammer questioned the validity of the number stating suddenly the Obama WH has a precise number for us after months of nothing. He then went on to say, how many of this 7.1 million number are the ones who were kicked off their healthcare plans by Obamacare and were forced to reapply?  Also, will the in the Democrat media complex actually continue to question the number and look to find the true one by questioning the Obama administration? You mean there is liberal media bias?

“These guys go six months without any idea what the numbers are, and all of a sudden it’s to a decimal point.”

“If it turns out that the overwhelming majority of the so-called 7.1 were people who had health insurance, liked their health insurance, were renewing their health insurance, and got kicked off their health insurance, whose lives are disrupted, premiums are raised, deductibles are raised, and lost their doctors are now among the 7.1 . . . it’s a net negative.”

Where is the transparency that this White House has claimed? Open up all the numbers for us to see. What, are you afraid that Fred Smith has signed up for 12 accounts? How about Richard Hurtz? BTW, are you counting mine? Sorry, but the Obama administration has lost all credibility with their lies, deceit and fraud perpetrated on the American people with Obamacare. Why should anyone think that this is any different?

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  • Comments

    3 Responses to “Charles Krauthammer’s Says 7.1 Million Obamacare Enrollees Is a ‘Phony Number’”

    1. mc on April 2nd, 2014 10:22 am

      It’s only been a few years ago that Obama promised the nation that we could keep our insurance, we could keep our doctors, etc.

      And then we learned that was a lie.

      So now this same administration CLAIMS there are now 7 million enrollees in Obamacare, and the MSM is so proud to shill this figure as a fact?

      If people really buy this load of crap then we as a nation truly are screwed.

      “The people will believe what the media tells them they believe.”–George Orwell

    2. tumbleweed13 on April 2nd, 2014 11:08 am

      But to hear the left wing nut cases all the false infer is from the right and FOX News because allegedly their graph numbers were wrong. I hate to say it but the truth is our President lies more than any other President in history including Nixon.

    3. A Texas Grandfather on April 2nd, 2014 11:08 am

      Charles as usual is correct. Others have done the math based on general principles to determine most of the figures would show that less than two million of those signing up are people who did not have insurance.

      Any number touted by the Obama administration is a made up number for political purposes. The truth does not matter, only the hoped for political result.

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