NBC News’ Bombshell Obamacare Report Disappears Due to ‘Publishing Glitch’ – and There Was Something Missing From Republished Version

Jason Howerton
The Blaze

NBC News is claiming that a “publishing glitch” caused its bombshell investigative report on Obamacare to disappear for a period of time. The news outlet has since republished the scathing article, however, a key paragraph was temporarily removed — and no editor’s note explaining why was included.

The article in question revealed that the Obama administration knew at least three years ago that millions of Americans would not be able to keep their health insurance under Obamacare. But that didn’t stop President Barack Obama free trial of viagra and other administration officials from promising the opposite, the report suggests.

At some point Tuesday night, the link to the story started directing readers to a “Error 404″ page…

…As if the mysterious “glitch” wasn’t strange enough, NBC News — inadvertently or not — later republished the article without the following key paragraph…


Read the entire article at The Blaze.


Also at the site, Megyn Kelly Battles Democrat Over Shocking Obamacare Report 

Megyn Kelly battled with Democratic strategist Mark Hannah on Monday over a shocking report that revealed the Obama administration knew for years that millions of Americans would lose their health insurance plans due to Obamacare. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama repeatedly made promises to the contrary, telling Americans they will be able to keep their plans if they wish.

“Was he intentionally misleading, or was there some argument that he was grossly mistaken?” Kelly asked.

When Hannah tried to argue that neither was true, Kelly refused to let him dodge the question.

“Wait a minute, what are you talking about?” Kelly shot back. “No! Let’s just stay on point!”…

UpdateCancellation Of Policies Is Because Of Admin Regulations, Not The Law; Completely Dictated By Obama

…There was a critical paragraph that was edited out, but then added back in after a furor.

What was the provision that was deleted and then added back?

None of this should come as a shock to the Obama administration. The law states that policies in effect as of March 23, 2010 will be “grandfathered,” meaning consumers can keep those policies even though they don’t meet requirements of the new health care law. But the Department of Health and Human Services then wrote regulations that narrowed that provision, by saying that if any part of a policy was significantly changed since that date — the deductible, co-pay, or benefits, for example — the policy would not be grandfathered.

Why is this critical, and why was it edited?…


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NBC’s Glitch Issues Also Affecting The Comment Section In Bombshell ObamaCare Story



Update 2:  Top Democrat Congressman: We knew that not everyone would be able to keep their plans…

Steny Hoyer concedes that Democrats knew, but won’t concede they lied. Instead he spins like a top…



Update 3: GOP Rep. Aaron Schock at House Hearing Goes to White House Website where they Still Claim “If You Like Your Health Plan You can Keep It” 

This was outstanding today by Illinois GOP Rep. Aaron Schock, as he grilled the Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). He took a different tack, saying “Let’s talk about a website that does work.” He then used his phone to go to “White House.gov,” where he said the Obama White House is still claiming “if you like your health plan, you can keep it.” …





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