Many of the nearly 4 million ObamaCare victims who had their insurance plans cancelled will need to re-enroll through the ObamaCare website in order to avoid finding themselves without insurance at the end of the year.
These folks have until 12/15 to finalize that enrollment.
Right now, as we all know, enrollment is next to impossible thanks to a website that doesn’t work.
The government has promised to have the site operational by end of the November, which is already cutting it awfully close for those facing this hard deadline.
And now we are learning that the site is “a long way from where it needs to be.”
The Obama administration’s HealthCare.gov adviser Jeffrey Zeints said on Friday that the trouble-plagued federal healthcare website is improving, but that higher volumes of visitors are exposing new capacity and software issues.
In a conference call with reporters, Zeints said progress this week has been marred by roadblocks. He described HealthCare.gov as being “a long way from where it needs to be.”
This is a pending catastrophe for who-knows-how-many people who, through no fault of their own, could find themselves uninsured in less than two months.
How many of them are already sick? How many could get sick?
The president has said nothing about a Plan B and the media are not pressing him to come up with one.