A terrorist convicted in the bombing deaths of two people briefly worked as an ObamaCare navigator in Chicago last year.
The implementation of ObamaCare has been a catastrophe. With the website not working properly and millions of people already losing their existing health coverage, the president’s approval ratings are dropping.
Eighteen months after a major non-profit settled a multi-million dollar lawsuit for fraud with the feds, it was hired by the government. In a Kelly File investigation, Trace Gallagher reported that the company Seedco was tasked with setting up ObamaCare navigators in four states.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) asked HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius this morning whether it is true that a convicted a felon could potentially be hired as an ObamaCare navigator.
Thirteen state attorneys general are giving Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius 10 days to answer questions about ObamaCare “navigators,” people being hired to review personal information on millions of Americans enrolling in the program. It’s unclear how many of these navigators there will be but the numbers expected to reach the tens of thousands range. These attorneys general are concerned that a lack of hiring background checks and other safeguards open up the possibility for massive identity theft.