Obama’s ex-bodyguard losing health coverage thanks to Obamacare

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WND: President Obama repeatedly has promised that no one will lose his health insurance because of Obamacare, declaring, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.”

Media fact checkers were doubtful, and all the way back in 2009 PolitiFact gave it a “half true” rating. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, it could be time now to change that to “pants on fire” or even a retroactive “lie of the year.”

Among those with evidence Obama wasn’t telling the truth is Dan Bongino, a former member of the Secret Service’s elite Presidential Protective Division.

That’s because he is losing his coverage due to Obamacare.

“My plan was canceled, simple as that,” he told WND.

Bongino, author of the upcoming book “Life Inside the Bubble: Why a Top-Ranked Secret Service Agent Walked Away From It All,” believes that there are only two explanations for why Obama is not telling the truth to the American people.

He said either Obama “was completely ignorant of the ramifications of his own policies or he wasn’t ignorant and he understood the whole time that hundreds of thousands of Americans were going to lose their healthcare plan.”

He explained how he ended up losing the health care plan that met his family’s needs.

“I had CareFirst through the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program while I was in the Secret Service. I loved CareFirst, so when I resigned from the Secret Service, not retired, that’s the key, when I resigned, I was not eligible for the FEHB anymore. If I had retired, I would’ve been,” Bongino stated. Keep Reading

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