Megyn Kelly Erupts at Dem Over Broken ObamaCare Promise: 'Don't Go to Your Happy Place .. Answer the Question!'
FOX NEWS INSIDER -- It turns out the Obama administration knew as early as 2010 that millions of Americans would lose their health care plans. The president promised that current plans would be grandfathered in so that when ObamaCare was implemented, people could keep their existing plans.
The proof is in an IRS bulletin from July 2010 that reads: “A reasonable range for the percentage of individual policies that would terminate and therefore relinquish their grandfather status is 40 to 67 percent.”
Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly debated Democratic analyst Mark Hannah over the president’s broken promise. “It’s not true. Almost a million people have been canceled so far, Mark, and the estimates are that […] perhaps as many as 14 million could be canceled soon.”
Hannah defended the president by stating that the number of people who are uninsured is far greater than the percentage of people that will lose their current coverage.
“[President Obama’ said if you like your plan you can keep it, period,” Kelly challenged. “If he wanted to be honest, he should not have said ‘period.’ He should have said ‘asterisk. I want the fourteen million Americans who are out there, who I believe are going to lose their individual insurance plans, to understand that that’s a risk.’ And then they can call their representative and tell them to vote for ObamaCare or not, based on the full disclosure of the information.”