She asks dumb questions and gets the expected result:
This letter is in response to your three emails received January 1, 2014 containing a Freedom of Information Act Request (FOIA) of the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority (the agency). Your request has been granted.
Request 1: I am requesting a copy of any court order by any court that directed Washington DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority to “scrub” or otherwise remove Mr. Obama’s information from your database.
Response: The agency has no records responsive to this request.
Why she expects a court order to ‘scrub the databases’ is beyond me… Why the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority would have control over other databases is also beyond me.
So predictably she asked the wrong questions and is now jumping to erroneous conclusions.
Not much of a researcher and her command of English has not improved much.
What did the Whitehouse actually claim?
“Like some Americans, the complicated nature of the president’s case required an in-person sign-up,” the official said. “As you’d expect, the president’s personal information is not readily available in the variety of government databases HealthCare.gov uses to verify identities.”
And thus her poor reading and comprehension skills lead her and her supporters down another dead end. Soros could not have hoped for a better associate than Orly 🙂 And she still also does not understand the legal definition of misprision…
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