Ethan A. Huff naturalnews.com You may have already seen them standing on street corners or roaming in parking lots hounding people to sign up for government healthcare. But all those Obamacare "navigators" who have been hired to persuade folks into compliance with the Affordable Care Act may actually be telling people to break the law, as a recent undercover investigation exposes some of them for encouraging people to lie about their income, smoking status and other personal information in order to get better rates and plans on the exchange. Videographer James O'Keefe, who made a name for himself by bringing down the corrupt, Obama-backed ACORN organization and getting the former president of NPR fired, recently went undercover to see how the Obamacare navigator program really works. What he found is that many navigators are all too willing to tell help people skirt the law in order to get the plans they want at the prices they want -- and there are no federal checks in place to help guard against this type of fraud. One Obamacare navigator known as "Mrs. Dorothy," for instance, who was soliciting Obamacare registration assistance in a Dallas, Texas, neighborhood, actually told O'Keefe to lie about his income in order to attain a lower premium. Another navigator told him to lie about his smoking status after he told her that he uses tobacco. And when discussing other information that might affect costs and coverage, yet another navigator told O'Keefe that she "always lies" on her form. Almost everywhere he went, O'Keefe encountered Obamacare navigators who encouraged him to break the law to get better coverage at a lower price. And while the legitimacy of Obamacare itself is still debatable, the fact that tens of millions of taxpayer dollars are right now being doled out to fund this type of widespread fraud is cause for major concern. "The total value of grants doled out for nonprofits and community organizations to hire navigators has topped $67 million nationwide, and some of the money is going to a group run by ACORN's highly controversial founder," writes John Fund for the National Review. "Government-paid workers supposedly trained to uphold the law advise clients on how to lie on government forms, evade legal requirements, and ignore proper procedures." to read more click here: naturalnews.com
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