Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber Says ‘I Am Not The Architect of Obamacare’

Obamacare Architect Jonathan Gruber Says ‘I Am Not The Architect of Obamacare’

On Tuesday, Obamacare Architect and MIT Economics Professor Jonathan Gruber offered sworn testimony to the House Oversight Committee. In doing so, he attempted to place some distance between himself and the Obama administration.

“I did not write Governor Mitt Romney’s health care plan. I am not the architect of Obamacare,” Gruber said.

But the shift doesn’t start or stop with Gruber. Since his surface to the mainstream, Obama and his administration have tried to distance themselves. Obama was questioned at the G20 Summit of the involvement of Gruber, Obama quickly shifted the conversation. Other high profile democrats denied that he was utilized in the crafting of Obamacare.

Gruber however, has reaped the rewards of being the Obamacare architect all the way to the bank. Some reports count his payouts in the millions. Yet, while being questioned by the oversight committee, he could not recall how much he had been paid. One of the worlds supposed renowned economists can’t recall numbers and figures or how much he’s made in contracts?

It seems that Gruber and Obama both think the same thing when it comes to the ignorance of the American voter. Maybe they need to be reminded that they’ve been working together all along to dupe the American population.

Here are just three reminders that they’ve been holding hands since its start:

#1 – Obama: I Have Stolen Ideas from Jon Gruber Liberally

#2 – SMOKING GUN! Gruber Admits Obama Was in Room During Planning of Cadillac Lie

#3 – Gruber MIT lecture: “I helped write it.”

This article is reposted with permission from The Liberty Eagle.

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