ObamaCare Premiums Could Spike by 300% if SCOTUS Rules Against Obama Admin

‘That means in 34 states an estimated 6.4 million people could lose insurance’

ACOSTA (voice-over): “The president is working hard once again to sell the public on a signature healthcare law, taking swipes at Republicans who are still trying to repeal it.” 
OBAMA: “Once you see millions of people having health care, once you see that all the bad things that were predicted didn't happen, you'd think that it'd be time to move on.” 
ACOSTA (voice-over): “But there's an even bigger threat to ObamaCare, the Supreme Court, which is just days away from a decision that could send the law into what the administration calls a death spiral. In the case of King versus Burwell, the high court could rule that Americans buying coverage on ObamaCare's federal exchange are no longer eligible for financial assistance. That means in 34 states, an estimated 6.4 million people could lose insurance, after seeing an average premium increase of nearly 300 percent.” 
OBAMA: “So, this should be an easy case. Frankly, it probably shouldn't have even been taken up.” 
ACOSTA (voice-over): “Under the ObamaCare doomsday scenario, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell says there is no plan B.” 
RYAN: “You're not going to answer the question, are you?” 
BURWELL: “No, the answer is the problem that gets created is subsidies aren't available. They aren't available for millions of Americans. They lose their insurance.” 
ACOSTA (voice-over): “Republicans in Congress are in no mood to salvage the health care law. They want to scrap it.” 
RYAN: “Obamacare is just-flat busted. It just doesn't work. And no fix can change that fact.” 
LEVIN: “What's busted is not ACA, it's your attacks on it.” 
ACOSTA (voice-over): “Just as the court is nearing its decision, the president is trying to spread the word that Obamacare is working, sitting down with the syndicated TV show Extra.” 
OBAMA: “One of the things I always try to remind people of, what we do here, what the Supreme Court does, what Congress does, these are things that really matter in people's lives.” 
ACOSTA (voice-over): “But the White House insists this is no PR attempt to influence the justices.” 
EARNEST: “In all likelihood, the decision in this case has already been reached and written.”

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