Government-run schools in Los Angeles are using state tax dollars to teach students how to sell the benefits of U.S. President Barack Obama’s socialized medicine scheme to their family members.
No … really. This is happening.
“The Los Angeles Unified School District will use a state grant to train teens to promote ObamaCare to family members,” the website Heartland.org reported. “Covered California, the state’s health insurance exchange, announced grants of $37 million on May 14 to promote the nationally unpopular law.”
According to the report, the Los Angeles school district will receive $990,000 for the project …
District employees will also use taxpayer time and resources “to promote ObamaCare through phone calls to students’ homes, in-class presentations, and meetings with employees eligible for ObamaCare’s taxpayer-covered healthcare,” the grant notes.
Wow … and we call North Korea a “rogue nation?”