VA Whistleblower: ‘They Had Us Stop Work Processing Vets Applications’ for ‘Obamacare Enrollment’, Complaint Was Leaked to His Boss by WH in Retaliation[VIDEO]
The VA is under fire once more for purging over 10,000 applications of Veterans seeking healthcare. No, that is not a typo. The VA DELIBERATELY disposed of these applications.
We reported on VA whistleblower Scott Davis yesterday, charges that thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of VA applications were either destroyed or just never processed. We also noted his charge that VA employees were asked to stop working on VA applications to concentrate on Obamacare applications.
That would be shocking enough, in and of itself.
But there’s another headline out of the interview that we wanted to highlight. At around 4:18, Davis says he reported the destruction or losing of applications to White House deputy chief of staff, Rob Nabors, and gave him a copy of his whistleblower complaint. He says the complaint was then leaked to the very same people about whom he was complaining.
Davis believes the only reason he hasn’t been fired in retaliation is because he has gone to Congress and they, including Rep. Miller, have his back.
See the mind blowing video here:
The disgusting reason behind the purge? Shifting workers assigned to these applications to processing Obamacare applications. Wrong, just plain wrong. I can not believe that fact that so many have filed the paperwork they needed to get medical care they EARNED have had their applications destroyed.
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