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This Will Make You Furious: White House Shrugs Off “Consistently Inaccurate” CBO Score

Monday, June 26, 2017 16:34
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The White House has released its official statement with regard the CBO score, noting their “consistently inaccurate” and pointing out that “we know the facts.”

Following a Tweet right after the release of CBO’s official score of the House Healthcare Bill…

 

The White House issued a full statement on CBO Healthcare Report

 
 

The CBO has consistently proven it cannot accurately predict how healthcare legislation will impact insurance coverage.

 

This history of inaccuracy, as demonstrated by its flawed report on coverage, premiums, and predicted deficit arising out of Obanuteare. reminds us that its analysis must not be trusted blindly. In 2013, the CBO estimated that 24 million people would have coverage under Obamacare by 2016. It was off by an astounding 13 million people — more than half—as less than 11 million were actually covered. Then, CBO estimated that 30 million fewer people would be uninsured in 2016, but then it had to reduce its estimate to 22 million, further illustrating its inability to present reliable healthcare predictions.

 

We know the facts. To date, we have seen average individual market premiums more than double and insurers across the country opting out of healthcare exchanges. As more and more people continue to lose coverage and face fewer healthcare choices. 

 

 

President Trump is committed to repealing and replacing Obamacare, which has failed the American people for far too long.

 

By silveristhenew Published June 26, 2017

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