Progressive, Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee in an interview with Nation Review Online attacked the healthcare insurance companies yesterday for sending out cancellation letters informing policyholders that their policies will expire at year’s end.
According to Lee, instead of sending out 5,091,843 plus cancellation letters, healthcare insurance providers should have told customers that their healthcare insurance coverage was about to get better because of Obamacare.
KEEPING IT REAL
Accusing insurance companies of lying, Lee who is known to spin the truth like a dancing queen, prepared an amendment earlier this week entitled “tell the truth” while in at the same advocating that healthcare insurance providers ah hem, lie….for the greater cause (Obamacare).
…’The cancellation notice was not the truth,’ she says. ‘It should have been: ‘We intend to or expect to modify your insurance….’
All this from the woman who just three years ago in an interview with Neil Cavuto stood in the Capitol rotunda in front of a picture of a sick senior citizen intended to present the impression that Lee was in the hospital room with the woman (image top of post).
Lee called out by Cavuto when the persons holding photograph moved exposing the Capitol rotunda and guards in the background was at the time pushing a failed argument on Obamacare that remains a failed argument today. (See video below, if you can stand it.)
Double speak and lies.
Lee like the rest of the elites plays too loose and free with the truth. The real problem is the low information voter who falls for such fallacies.
I am now of the impression that that Sheila Jackson Lee has a bolt loose for every one million policyholders who loses their healthcare policies due to be Obamacare.
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