As Republicans begin the move to repeal Obamacare, NPR is trying to make it clear that people (on the Right) are misinformed about the law:
— NPR (@NPR) January 12, 2017
Guess what’s NOT mentioned in NPR’s report about Obamacare “misinformation”:
Ridiculous report on NPR this morning blaming "misinformation" for why people want to repeal ACA. Not a word about "If you like your plan."
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) January 12, 2017
Maybe NPR should ask Barack Obama and Jonathan Gruber about all that.
@CounterMoonbat The millions of people who had their coverage canceled or the premiums skyrocketed are all somehow misinformed. Got it.
— Daniel (@ddwalk34) January 12, 2017
@CounterMoonbat I'm gonna guess they didn't mention "everyone will save $2500" either. I'm sure it was just an oversight.
— (((Physics Geek))) (@physicsgeek) January 12, 2017
@CounterMoonbat Misinformation. Right. Were the three doctors I lost—they retired rather than deal with Obamacare any longer—misinformed?
— Agatha Gregson (@gregson_agatha) January 12, 2017
@CounterMoonbat My insurance premium is misinformed
— Frank Conry (@conryf) January 12, 2017
— Gristle McThornbody (@DadLibertarian) January 12, 2017