(NaturalNews) Technology is a double-edged sword. You've read those words by me before.
On the one hand, technology has improved our lives tremendously. On the other, it is being used to do end runs around the Constitution and steal our privacy in ways our founders never imagined.
Obamacare is just another means of stealing our private data.
The face of the Left - 'whatever it !@#%*& takes'
Undercover video shot by reporters for Project Veritas show just how pervasive the privacy invasion is getting:
After meeting with several Obamacare Navigators who openly encouraged our undercover reporters to lie about income status, health history and more, it became clear that personal data was also being "cross-pollinated."
Enter Enroll America, a [Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen] Sebelius-linked group dedicated to signing people up for Obamacare and Chris Tarango, Texas Enroll America Communications Director who Project Veritas caught on tape agreeing to help obtain a private list of potential Obamacare enrollee data for election/political purposes. Tarango goes so far to say he'll "Do whatever it f****** takes."
In it, Project Veritas explains that there is a political movement afoot to "turn Texas blue" - in other words, infiltrate the state with far Left political operatives aimed at overwhelming conservatives there by electing uber-liberal candidates that would support Democratic Party objectives (think more welfare, wealth redistribution, unlimited illegal immigration, more government control of schools etc.).
Project Veritas explains that there is collusion between two political action groups - Enroll America and Battleground Texas - to harvest personal data obtained through Obamacare enrollment and use it to attain their objectives.
According to Enroll America Texas official Clarence Landry, "Get Covered America is the actual campaign, but Enroll America is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. Even though Battleground Texas, we have worked with them, we work with them. We have local tools. At your leisure I would love you to fill that out and put your name on that. County and cross-pollinate working with Battleground Texas the same data that fall, that won the election night, I can say that this is the same brainchild with Enroll America."
Then it all took an even more sinister turn, as the undercover operation continued.
Chris Tarango, the Texas state communications director for Enroll America, was caught on tape agreeing to obtain a private list of data for election and political purposes.
From 'no' to 'sure'
In his conversation with the undercover reporter, Tarango went from "hell no" to "hell yes" in a manner of moments:
I cannot get you that list, that list is like, it's like safeguarded, it is lock and key type of thing, that's people's personal information.... Enroll America, being that it's a state leadership role and being the sensitivity with the 501(c)(3) status, this conversation never happened.... So, then how do we get the list? I still don't think we can get a list from Enroll America because of the 501(c)(3) status. How do you suppose we get around that?
I will talk to one person that I think might be open to having this conversation behind closed doors. The person that I'm telling you, that I'm referring to is, like me, in the leadership position, so he could export the list if he wanted to....
Well, yeah, if we can do it, we're going to get the list.... I know him well enough to feel like if we had a few beers that this would not be the craziest conversation that he's ever heard. Rule number 17 is, and I told you, is do whatever it f***king takes.