ObamaCare Will Take All Your Personal/IRS Data and Put It in a “Federal Data Hub”


The one thing we can be certain of when it comes to ObamaCare is that it just keeps getting better and better the way that a forest fire keeps getting better and better. By the time ObamaCare finally get implemented, we’ll probably find out that it requires you to live next to a chained up wolf and penalizes you every time you whistle.

It wouldn’t surprise me.

But first you’ve got to get past the vast Federal Data Hub, which is just as Orwellian as it sounds.

The Department of Health and Human Services is about to hire an army of “patient navigators” to inform Americans about the subsidized insurance promised by Obamacare and assist them in enrolling.

These organizers will be guided by the new Federal Data Hub, which will give them access to reams of personal information compiled by federal agencies ranging from the IRS to the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration.

“The federal government is planning to quietly enact what could be the largest consolidation of personal data in the history of the republic,” Paul Howard of the Manhattan Institute and Stephen T. Parente, a University of Minnesota finance professor, wrote in USA Today.

Health care nationalization was always a back door for massive data collection. But this data isn’t just going to be going to government agencies, but to the navigators who work for groups like Planned Parenthood. So not only do we have an Orwellian data center, but any of the non-profit government allies can get access to it if you’re foolish enough to let them.