Looks like the media may have latched on to a fraudster:
Chad Henderson is the media’s poster boy for Obamacare. Reporters struggled this week to find individuals who said they had been able to enroll in one of the law’s 36 federally run health-insurance exchanges.
That changed yesterday, when they found Henderson, a 21-year-old student and part-time child-care worker who lives in Georgia and says that he successfully enrolled himself and his father Bill in insurance plans via the online exchange administered at healthcare.gov.
But in an exclusive phone interview this morning with Reason, Chad’s father Bill contradicted virtually every major detail of the story the media can’t get enough of. What’s more, some of the details that Chad has released are also at odds with published rate schedules and how Obamacare officials say the enrollment system works.
UPDATE: Chad fooled them all:
And so the saga continues: Spoke with Chad Henderson again, confirms he hasn't bought coverage, argues he didn't lie. http://t.co/dylVMmhXl1
— Sarah Kliff (@sarahkliff) October 4, 2013
You should still go read the Reason article as they layout just how much the media has already used this fraudster. It’s freaking hilarious!