White House Forcing Insurance Companies To Stay Silent On Obamacare Scandal
“The White House is exerting massive pressure on the insurance industry to keep quiet…”
One fact that carries through in all repressive regimes – Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, etc – is to use fear, intimidation and threats to silence all those who would seek to expose them. You know it’s gotten bad when news outlets like ultra-liberal CNN are now reporting on it.
CNN reported last night that the White House is trying to silence insurance companies from discussing Obamacare problems. In other words, they are bullying these CEOs to hide the truth and to keep themselves from looking worse than they already do. source – Right Scoop
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