James O’Keefe’s Undercover Medicaid Sting…Parts II and III

Part II of the James O’Keefe undercover investigation takes place in Medicaid offices in South Carolina. It features a man named Sean Murphy in a kilt and sporran posing as, I kid you not, an Irish Republican Army terrorist.

Murphy goes to Medicaid offices demanding emergency Medicaid for 25 of his fellow terrorists suffering from gunshot wounds.
Project Veritas reported –

In the latest video, filmed in several Medicaid offices in South Carolina, an undercover reporter, dressed in a kilt and driving an expensive sports car, poses as an IRA terrorist. He explains that his comrades have gunshot wounds and is in need of twenty-five Medicaid applications.

The Medicaid case worker tells the reporter, who is identified as “Sean Murphy” that “his business is his business. She does not probe into the nature of his work. One of the Medicaid workers helps Murphy fill out a form and lists an injury as “shot offshore.”

“In this time of economic uncertainty, the American people deserve to know how their tax dollars are being wasted.” said James O’Keefe. “This is hardly an isolated incident. Government workers willing to aid people with criminal backgrounds and great wealth should be an outrage to every American. After tapes were revealed yesterday of a similar investigation in Ohio, one Medicaid worker has already been put on paid administrative leave. This should be a wake-up call for close scrutiny of the Medicaid system.”

In Part III, filmed in several Medicaid offices in New York City, an undercover reporter, who identifies himself as “Mario” seeks to apply for Medicaid for himself and his pregnant girlfriend, “Peach.” No mention of Luigi and Daisy.

Mario walks into a Medicaid office and says he is an unemployed plumber. The Medicaid official encourages him not to talk about his illegal mushrooms, and suggests how to account for his illegitimate income with a legitimate source.

In the latest video, filmed in several Medicaid offices in New York City, an undercover reporter, who identifies himself as “Mario” seeks to apply for Medicaid for himself and his pregnant girlfriend, “Peach.”

When Mario is asked about his income, he intimates that he was a plumber, but does not earn a steady living and his source of income may not be legal, specifically the sale of “Mushrooms.”  When the conversation turns to his income, the Medicaid worker says, “I don’t want to know nothing.  I know you’re trying to survive, but you can’t tell me these things, okay?”  Mario presses with, “If they come, I’m going to get arrested.”  The Medicaid case worker also tells Mario to obtain a letter from a legitimate company saying that he is employed.

Part I is here.

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