Good news for Americans who received health insurance policy cancellation notices: Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee doesn’t think that should’ve happened to you. Instead, your insurance company should’ve just lied:

From National Review:

“The cancellation notice was not the truth,” she says. “It should have been: ’We intend to or expect to modify your insurance.’”

She adds that cancellation is what happens “when you don’t pay your premium, or something has happened in the bad old days,” but that’s not what’s happening here.

“A cancellation notice was the inappropriate document to send without notice,” she continues. “All they had to do is that, ‘This is a notice to say that we’re going to improve your insurance, not, in essence, eliminate your insurance.’”

Alllllrighty.

Yeah … that just makes her sound even worse.

She’s just heenious.

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