Now Obamacare emails are missing…

Does anybody in government preserve emails?

The administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) deleted some of her emails and may not be able to cooperate with a congressional investigation into the flawed Obamacare rollout, CMS has warned Congress.

Marilyn Tavenner, who was appointed by President Obama to take over CMS within the Department of Health and human Services in 2013 — prior to the Obamacare rollout — deleted some of her emails and did not save hard copies as the Federal Records Act requires her to do, MSNBC reported Thursday.

Though Tavenner’s computer did not crash like ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s computer allegedly did, Tavenner may be unable to cooperate with House Oversight and Government Reform Committee subpoenas.

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3 Responses to Now Obamacare emails are missing…

  1. Roy Ryder says:

    The Obama administration is one of the least transparent and most corrupt administrations we’ve seen in a long, long time. The fact is that they don’t believe that they should be accountable to anyone for anything and actively collude to avoid accountability. Were this to fall to a criminal prosecution, they would be liable under the RICO act.

  2. Ray Davies says:

    I think we should just let them go until we get a REAL president and then throw them all behind bars. And lose the keys.

    • notamobster says:

      That sounds great, but there is an unwritten rule in politics, which grants blind-eye clemency to former presidents.

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