The nightmare world of propaganda and psych ops the Obama administration uses to frighten its citizens into mass subjugation has just exploded into daytime reality.
In an era where Identity Theft is ruining lives, the headline warning from yesterday’s INVESTORS.com is the ObamaCare Website is Like ‘IdentityTheft.Gov.
“Security: Computer security experts testify that the unfinished health care marketplace portal places the personal information of millions at risk on a poorly designed and built site that is a hacker’s dream.” (INVESTORS.com, Nov. 20, 2013)
“Not only is the poorly designed and still only partially built ObamaCare website, Healthcare.gov vulnerable to attack by computer hackers, it already may have been compromised, cybersecurity expert David Kennedy told a House Science, Space & Technology Committee hearing on Tuesday.
“Hackers are definitely after it,” said Kennedy, CEO of data security firm Trusted SEC. “And if I had to guess, based on what I can see…I would say the website is either hacked already or will be soon.”
What kind of government would lay bare the lives of its own citizens to online marauding identity thieves? The answer to the question is chilling when it becomes obvious that it is an evil rather than stupid one.
Obama’s latest defense of Healthcare.gov is that he’s going to “fix” it. How do you fix the Fukushima of the online world?
Experts who even ran a hacker demonstration showing congressmen how sensitive information, including Social Security numbers, birthdays, incomes, home mortgages and home addresses, testified on the risks in some 500 million lines of untested Healthcare.gov computer code, which Obama and his Democrats charged back $600-million and still counting to American taxpayers.
With some congressmen reeling with shock, Rep. Mo Brooks, (R-Ala.) called the ObamaCare website the “mother lode for identity theft.”
“Morgan Wright, a cyberterrorism expert and CEO of Crowd Sourced Investigations, said trying to fix a line of code could open up a “Pandora’s box” of unintended consequences and security risks, and that changing a website on the fly was not a good idea.”
In other words, following the advice of the government’s unvetted “navigators”, which include former members of Acorn, would be akin to being led to the poor house.
The INVESTORS.com report coincides in real time with another report from investigators at James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas, which reveals how Enroll America is using ObamaCare data to organize Democrat election campaigns.
In days of yore, folk out on the road had to worry about robbers waiting around the next bend to steal their personal property and even their very lives in the era of The Highway Man.
Today innocent people following government rule to buy government-imposed health insurance they don’t want but are forced to purchase under threat of fine and prison are being ripped off by the suit-wearing bureaucrats of a seated government.
If it has accomplished anything, Healthcare.gov has let the genie out of the bottle for government ripoff.
The epic Battle of Good against Evil has been ongoing since time immemorial, but evil just got a big boost from a man who should have been booted out of office the day he announced his mission would be the Fundamental Transformation of America.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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