On "Hannity" tonight, David Webb confronted Jonathan Gruber at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to ask about the ObamaCare architect's scandalous comments on the "stupidity" of American voters and the deception that went into getting the bill passed.


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“You’ve had lots to say to the media. How about talking to us?” Webb asked as he walked alongside Gruber on the MIT campus.

“No, thank you.” Gruber replied, repeatedly saying that he had “no comment.”

“Do you think the American people would have actually bought into ObamaCare without all the deception?” Webb asked.

“If you’re telling the truth, why are you apologizing as you did for being honest about what was done to get ObamaCare passed?”

“Do you really think the American voters are stupid?” Webb pressed, getting another “no comment” in return.

“What about ObamaCare? Is that just a hoax on the American people?”

At that point, Gruber continued walking away without answering.

 

 

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) weighed in later, telling Sean Hannity that Gruber should have to give back the roughly $6 million he was paid by the government. 

"This is a disgrace," he said, demanding an investigation by Congress into taxpayer dollars paid to Gruber.


Hannity then sat down with Bob Beckel to debate the latest developments in the Gruber controversy.