Comments by Jonathan Gruber about how the lies of Obamacare were there all the time. The media, like they refused to dig into Obama’s college and law school records and his personal history but went after Mitt Romney over a high school prank haircut, also refused to dig into those who were really behind the Affordable Care Act.
All of this reminds me of Monica’s semen-stained blue dress story that almost brought down a president. “News of the scandal first broke on January 17, 1998, on the Drudge Report, which reported that Newsweek editors were sitting on a story by investigative reporter Michael Isikoff exposing the affair.”
The media probably know more about Obama than we know but are not releasing the material until he is out of office. Someone will make a big book deal to “tell it all.”
The Gruber video clips were found by a man who lost his insurance and wanted someone to confront about the issue. Through perseverance, Rich Weinstein, a Philadelphia investment adviser, found a series of talks by Jonathan Gruber. He painstakingly wanted hours of video, and voila, pay dirt.
But that’s not the end of the story. It was the media response that really irritated and frustrated Weinstein. There was no response from any of the media outlets.
So Weinstein went to alternative media, and as a result we know the lie that is Obamacare:
The following is from Howard Kurtz at Fox — a day late and a dollar short, but at least it’s a report “He found the Jonathan Gruber videos — and no media outlet would call him back.”
The man who changed the ObamaCare debate was at a gas station when I reached him, and he wasn’t dying to talk.
“I really want to stay out of the limelight,” said Rich Weinstein, a Philadelphia investment adviser. “This is not about me.”
But it is about him in the sense that if not for one slightly obsessed citizen, we wouldn’t have the videos of Jonathan Gruber saying the health care law was deceptively designed and its passage depended on the stupidity of the American public.
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