University of Pennsylvania Deletes then Reinstates Obamacare Architect Video After Backlash from Jonathan Gruber saiying "lack of transparency" was key in fooling 'stupid Americans'
by Paul Joseph Watson | November 11, 2014
A video of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber saying a “lack of transparency” was crucial in fooling ‘stupid Americans’ which caused controversy was subsequently deleted by the University of Pennsylvania only to be reinstated after a backlash. The clip, which featured Gruber speaking at the October 2013 Annual Health Economics Conference, first emerged on YouTube yesterday and was viewed by hundreds of thousands of people.However, after the story made headlines across the board a full version of the video was pulled by the University, being replaced by a message which read, “This video has been removed by the user.” The removal of the video prompted complaints from many, including Bloomberg columnist Megan McArdle who tweeted her disgust at the University for engaging in political censorship.
Watch this full version of the video where Johnathan Gruber admits that deception was needed for the implementation of Obamacare.