Obamacare Hotline Operator Fired for Taking Call From Sean Hannity – Here’s How the Host Is Making It Right

Jason Howerton
The Blaze

Erling Davis, the Obamacare hotline operator who took a call from conservative radio host Sean Hannity on Monday, has apparently been fired over the conversation.

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Because his decision to call the operator technically led to her firing, Hannity generously offered the mother of two a year’s tax-free salary of $26,000 and also vowed to help find her a new job…

…“I want to try and get you a new job,” Hannity continued. “I’m sure you want to get back to a normal routine.”…

The complete article is at The Blaze.

The Lonely Conservative has the audio of today’s conversation between Ms. Davis and Hannity.

Fire Andrea Mitchell has more.


Related: Obamacare website contractors point fingers at White House  

The two main contractors who built the inner workings of the Obamacare website told Congress the government never tested the parts together until days before the deadline. When testing did begin, the system failed in a test of just 200 people. Wyatt Andrews reports.

Update:  Readers can see the future of US healthcare by looking to Britain’s NHS.  An NHS free at the point of use could soon be a thing of the past, officials warn

…Stagnant health spending combined with ever rising costs and demand mean the NHS is facing “the most challenging period in its 65-year existence”, the NHS Confederation said, as the membership body that brings together all NHS providers launched its 2015 Challenge.

In a frank assessment of the dangers faced by the health service, senior officials at the confederation say that the two years following the next general election will be pivotal in deciding whether the NHS can continue to provide free health care for all patients…


CAJ note: Of course, “free” in this context means gasoline priced at about $9/gallon and a Value Added Tax on most all goods and services of nearly 18%. Taxes and license fees abound in Great Britain. Other than that, the NHS is entirely free…Oh, and then there’s this:


Revealed: How GPs are paid £50 [$81 US] bonus to put elderly on ‘death lists’

GPs have been paid bonuses to put elderly patients on controversial ‘death lists’ in an attempt to save the NHS money by cutting the number of people who die in hospital.

They have been given £50 a time to draw up ‘end-of-life advanced care plans’ for patients they predict will pass away within a year.

The payments are designed to encourage doctors to start talking about death with elderly and seriously ill patients and to keep a record of where, ideally, they would like to die.

Those behind the ‘yellow folder’ scheme – so named as that is where the care plan forms are kept – insist its main aim is to give patients a  better death…



Update 2: Video from Freedom’s Lighthouse:

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