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99% of Obamacare applications can't be processed, 'nightmare scenario' coming in January
Mike Adams naturalnews.com Obamacare is going to crash and burn from technical issues more than political concerns, it seems. You've probably already heard that virtually no one can sign up using the online Obamacare exchanges. The web forms are broken. The code is buggy. The data integration is a jaw-dropping failure. This is why, all over the country and across the media, no one can seem to locate anyone who has successfully signed up through Healthcare.gov. Even the one person the Obama administration rolled out as a "success case" turns out to be completely staged and fabricated. But there's even more shocking news about Obamacare that could utterly destroy any credibility the system might have remaining: Of those applications who somehow make it through the broken online sign-up system, 99% can't be processed and will fail. 99% can't be processed According to insurance industry insiders who spoke to CNBC, 99 out of 100 applications don't contain enough information to result in enrollment. "...federal officials could face a situation in January in which relatively large numbers of people believe they have coverage starting that month, but whose enrollment applications are have not been processed," reports CNBC. "We're getting incomplete data," says one source from the insurance industry who goes on to describe the data as "corrupted." to read more click here: naturalnews.com
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