Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Domestic Policy, Law, Politics, Progressivism, The United States | Tags: ObamaCare Toll-Free Number, Operator Earline Davis, Sean Hannity
When Obama spoke Monday about the
catastrophic failure “glitch” in the rollout of the Healthcare.gov website, Obama said that there wasn’t only one way to sign up, you could call this toll-free number and somebody there would help you to sign up. As it turned out, the people at that toll-free number have to use the same program as the one at Healthcare.gov to sign you up, but they can answer questions.
Sean Hannity, on the air, thought he would try out that number to see if it worked. The ObamaCare operator was Earline Davis, who was nice as she could be. Hannity asked her how well it was going, and how well the law was being received by people who were applying, and she revealed that no one liked it. So they fired her from her job.
Hannity interviewed her again, after her dismissal, and that conversation is here.
HANNITY: And what was the specific reason? When they sat you down, did they give you a specific reason?
DAVIS: They said that no contact with the media. No type of media whatsoever. We’re not allowed to do that at that company.
HANNITY: Meaning, in other words, they didn’t tell you before you were hired, they didn’t tell you during your training, but then they told you after the fact that you aren’t allowed to be on the media if somebody called in. It’s not your fault I called.
Hannity is being responsible, and giving her a year’s salary and help to find her a new job. No one is suggesting that Obama himself was involved in the firing, but there is apparently a climate in which the president will not be mocked or criticized, and those who do will be punished. I remember the rodeo clown who was not only fired for wearing an Obama mask, but told he could never work in the rodeo circuit again.