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November 20, 2013

Project Veritas: 'Enroll America Director Conspires to Release Private Data'

Topics: Political News and commentaries

Yet again, we see that laws mean nothing to Obamanistas. Now we have James O'Keefe's Project Veritas releasing a video showing an Obamacare navigator conspiring to release private data for political purposes.

After meeting with several Obamacare Navigators who openly encouraged our undercover reporters to lie about income status, health history and more, it became clear that personal data was also being "cross-pollinated" ...

Enter Enroll America, a Sebelius-linked group dedicated to signing people up for Obamacare and Chris Tarango, Texas Enroll America Communications Director who Project Veritas caught on tape agreeing to help obtain a private list of potential Obamacare enrollee data for election/political purposes. Tarango goes so far to say he'll "Do whatever it f****** takes."

[...] Texas Enroll America Communications Lead Chris Tarango conspires to release private data to help a political action committee and admits this type of thing has happened in the past.

[...] Sebelius' relationship with Enroll America is under investigation by a government ethics audit and Cause of Action has questioned Enroll America's tax-exempt status, asking the attorney general of Texas to further investigate this matter.

This is the third video in an investigative series into Obamacare fraud. The first two videos exposed Obamacare navigators counseling applicants to lie and cheat the health care system by erroneously reporting income status and health history.

The full, raw video plays immediately following the exposé.

Sebelius was warned yesterday about this bombshell:

Posted by Hyscience at November 20, 2013 8:03 PM

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