Obamacare Navigators working for Enroll America
have been caught on tape advising applicants to lie to hide income,
in order to get lower premiums through subsidies, and avoid
IRS audits. Project Veritas has captured actual video footage.
as if the roll-out of Obamacare hasn't been disastrous enough,
Project Veritas has caught Obamacare navigators counseling citizens
to lie about their income and deceive the IRS, commit fraud on
applications by not reporting full health history, and worse.
Despite reassurances that "fraud could not be committed,"
clearly, that is not the case.
Obamacare Navigators counseled applicants by saying:
"You lie because your premiums will be higher."
"Never report it ...
I always lie on my applications."
"It didn't happen."
Enroll America is found to be sharing data and working directly
with Battleground Texas whose regional field director proudly
notes the group was “started by President Obama’s national field director”.
So, it seems that ACA is already rife with corruption,
in addition to it being a complete failure, this is all going to add
up to higher premiums for everyone, and fewer people
who actually have insurance.
edit on 12-11-2013 by burntheships because: (no reason given)
I still don't get this. Why do they need our tax money (actually representing earned income, 'earned' as in 'worked for') when the Fed can just wave their magic wand and make money appear in a ledger as if by magic?
reply to post by NavyDoc
Yes, not surprising at all.
ACORN went belly up after that; could only
hope after this ACA dead fish floats they
we would be rid of the problem.
Sadly I dont see that happening.
I don't think ACORN went belly up - I believed they reorganized and changed their name.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now or ACORN famously came under fire a few years ago because its political affiliates engaged in electioneering and lobbying. There was also an embezzlement scandal, allegations of facilitating voter fraud and a notorious video sting by conservative provocateur James O’Keefe. The organization officially announced the closure of its offices in 2010 after losing government funding due to the controversies.
But that doesn’t mean it vanished from the landscape altogether. The nonprofit watchdog group Cause of Action published a list today of “still-active ACORN entities, ACORN allies, and rebranded ACORN organizations.”
“To get a lower premium, I wouldn’t include it…that’s my money,”
Obamacare Navigator Kris McCray from Change Happens in Houston,
Texas, advises the reporter of the cash she ‘earned’ on the side but
failed to report in her taxes. “I would just try to get that number as
low as you can. It would help you qualify for more stuff as far as aid and stuff like that.”