Shock jocks told their insurance is being canceled
Paul Joseph Watson
April 4, 2014
Shock jocks Opie and Anthony called for a “revolution” over Obamacare after radio host Gregg “Opie” Hughes said he received a letter telling him that his insurance would be canceled as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
“I’m a little annoyed today because I got my insurance cancellation….so, like everyone else, I have to pick all new plans because what I had wasn’t good enough,” Hughes stated.
“Were you happy with your other insurance?” his co-host Anthony Cumia asked.
“There was no issue!” answered Hughes.
“Well then, you can keep it,” Cumia responded, before adding, “Oh, that’s right, you can’t.”
Cumia was referring to Barack Obama and administration officials promising dozens of times that Americans would be able to keep their pre-existing health care plans under Obamacare, a lie that Obama even tried to deflect even after it became glaringly obvious that it wasn’t the case.
Cumia then slammed the fact that Obamacare now requires Americans provide tax information so that they are subject to IRS fines for not complying.
“This Obamacare thing, it’s also an IRS issue, it’s tied in with the Internal Revenue Service, so you need to supply tax documentation for your fucking insurance!” exclaimed Hughes.
“I don’t know why we’re not having a revolution at this point, it’s ridiculous,” responded Hughes.