Skip to comments.California Commits Massive Medicaid Fraud
Posted on 04/02/2018 2:45:08 PM PDT by reaganaut1
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“Prosecute every one of them.”
It’s a systematic and officially “enabled” fraud.
They pass laws forbidding audit and verification of claimed need and then coach applicants on what to say/write.
Everything goes into “the system” as verified data.
The “conspiracy” is massive, involving not only the beneficiaries, but also 10s of thousands of agency workers and community organizers.
All made possible by a filthy, inventive legislature and corrupt governor.
And taught by the Public Employment Unions to everyone.
Lock them up
ER . . . NONE of the money was “provided” by the federal government!
ALL of the money was “provided” by poor suffering American taxpayers!
California is a rogue state.
If you want to stop this crap, in this case, seize the assets of the ones responsible.
Not sure about frog marching, but arrrests are in order.
Does Governor Brown still want to “declare war” on the Trump administration?
...Bernie Sanders to babysit your wallet
“So, who will be frog-marched?”
What I gather from this is that, given the power of the executive as well as the executive discretion that the sloppy, lazy Congress writes into their laws, that president Trump has the hammer to pound traitorous California’s balls on these Medicaid payments. All that President Trump needs to do is write an executive order that forces DHS to do a random, representative sampling of all Medicaid recipients for a state and, based on the percentage of fraud discovered, withhold that same percentage of federal payments to the offending state.
To hell with California.
Well, I’m not really surprised that though “Mistakes were Made”, no one is responsible.
These things just tend to happen. It’s a failure of Capitalism. Things like this just don’t happen in the Utopia of Venezuela.
The rest of the country pays a heavy toll so that californicators can enjoy their sunny paradise and talk down to us because we’re not living right.
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