MSNBC Interrogates Tech Expert Who Dared To Criticize ObamaCare Site

'As of today, I still haven’t been able to log into the system because it’s been too busy ... so, I’m not sure about the changes they’ve made'

Rothman: Tamron Hall Interrogates Tech Expert After He Criticized Supposed ‘Improvements’ to ACA Site (Mediaite)

MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall interviewed a panel of guests on Monday about the results of the government’s effort to repair the broken Affordable Care Act’s online health insurance exchanges. When one tech expert, a regular cable and network news guest since the ACA site became a subject of national debate, criticized the site’s supposed fixes, he was interrogated by Hall about his level of experience with the ACA’s website.

“What is the reasonable expectation, as it stands now, of what people should expect moving ahead with these slight improvements that we’re seeing,” Hall asked.

“I’m really hoping as a user and taxpayer that the system works properly. you know, as of today I still haven’t been able to log into the system because it’s been too busy,” software programming business owner Luke Chung. “So, I’m not sure about the changes they’ve made.”

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