Cancer Patient Who Complained About Losing Insurance Due to Obamacare Faces IRS Audit

11/29/13. Cancer Patient Who Complained About Losing Insurance Due to Obamacare Faces IRS Audit. Steven Ertelt, lifenews.com

A man with cancer who complained about losing his health insurance thanks to Obamacare’s rules and regulations is now facing an IRS audit. Bill Elliot couldn’t afford the expensive premiums of a replacement plan after Obamacare shelved his health insurance and spoke out about it in a Fox News interview. 

He was so distraught he thought about paying the Obamacare fine of having no insurance and “letting nature take its course.”

Now, FrontPage Magazine reports that Elliot faces an IRS audit:

He went on FOX News where his story was picked up by C. Steven Tucker, a health insurance broker who helped him keep his insurance.

Now suddenly Bill Elliot is being audited for 2009 with an interview only scheduled in April 2014. Assuming he lives that long. That might be a coincidence, but Tucker is being audited back to 2003.

That’s a rather strange coincidence.

Would the IRS actually go after a cancer patient, who had voted for Obama initially, just for appearing on FOX and now being sharply critical of Obama and suggesting that he resign for his health plan lie?

Under the current insane state of affairs, where the IRS was used to silence the opposition, it’s unfortunately entirely possible. The fact that we are even having this discussion shows how badly Obama has undermined confidence in government institutions and the rule of law.

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