White House Video of Obama Is Raising Questions

(NewsHill.org)- It’s possible that the White House thinks forgetting the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) even exists on its the13th anniversary of implementation is the best way to celebrate. Instead, it seems to have given an intern with rudimentary video editing abilities a tight deadline and little budget to create a clip commemorating the event. 

According to reports, the final product was then shared on Instagram. If you thought “Pajama Boy” was awful for Obamacare’s public image, wait to hear what’s coming next. 

On Thursday, a film commemorating the 13th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act’s signing into law by President Barack Obama was released online. 

The most onerous provision of the Affordable Care Act, the tax penalty for failing to comply with the individual requirement to get insurance, was cut out. It virtually nullifies the law. 

Despite Republican efforts in Congress to abolish the Affordable Care Act, the legislation remains in effect 13 years after it was signed into law. 

The report reveals that not many people noticed. Instead, they paid more attention to the nauseating video clip that juxtaposed a rotating image of Obama and current Vice President Joe Biden with a corny song. The video had sparkles and a jarring techno beat.

This caught the attention of the public, but not in a positive manner. The Biden administration was thoroughly annihilated in the feedback section. 

Reports show that one social media user asked if this post was the work of a child.

Someone else remarked that they believed it was a spoof account.

Others bitterly complained about the high price of healthcare. 

According to a 2021 report, a federal court in North Dakota has banned a contentious provision of Obamacare that would have required insurers to cover “gender reassignment surgery” for those who identify as transgender.

A group of Catholic nuns sued the federal government, claiming that the requirement would violate their religious freedom and force physicians to perform procedures that they felt were unethical.