Back in February, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) warned that fraud was "rampant and unchecked" on ObamaCare's online exchanges.  So, the Obama administration instituted new safeguards and systems intended to prevent this fraudulent activity from continuing.

Given the ongoing disaster that is ObamaCare, I'm sure it won't surprise you to learn that the GAO is now warning the exchanges are still vulnerable to fraud:

ObamaCare’s web exchanges are “vulnerable to fraud,” according to a watchdog report Monday that says government investigators were able to get taxpayer-subsidized coverage for fake enrollees despite a brand-new safeguard against chicanery on the law’s insurance exchanges.

The Government Accountability Office said six fictitious applicants who were able to obtain private coverage and subsidies under the Affordable Care Act during its testing in 2014 were successful again in 2016, even though none of the “enrollees” had filed a 2014 tax return.

This is just another way that ObamaCare is leaving taxpayers on the hook for the costs of this catastrophe of a law. 

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