The Convicted Terrorist Obama Hired as Navigator in Illinois
A woman convicted of being involved in a deadly terrorist bombing was hired by Obama to be an Obamacare “navigator” in Illinois.
Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, a terrorist from Jordan, was convicted in Israel for her part in several bombings including one from way back in 1969 that killed two students in a grocery store.
Despite her murderous past, the Illinois Department of Insurance hired this killer Muslim as an Obamacare “navigator” to push the President’s odious healthcare take over onto citizens in that state.
So, Obama had a terrorist pushing his Obamacare law on citizens in his own home state.
Great work if you can get it.
When Odeh came to the USA and became a citizen she did not note her past convictions on her paper work. This lie could see her citizenship revoked.
Further, she has been arrested for her lies and could get ten years in prison!
Kudos to Jullian Kay Melchoir who uncovered all this in the pages of the National Review.
Posted by Warner Todd Huston
on February 28, 2014.
Filed under Agitators
, Barack Obama
, Big government
, Constitutional Issues
, Culture Of Corruption
, Entitlement Culture
, Health Care
, Islamic Fascism
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