Obamacare Call-Center Operator Fired for Talking with Sean Hannity
Sean Hannity decided to take Obama’s advice. Wanting to spare his millions of listeners the trouble of calling the hotline, he did it for them – on the air during Monday’s radio show.
What transpired changed the life of a cordial call-center employee named Earline Davis.
Hannity asked why the Obamacare website is so difficult to access, and Davis responded, “Everyone is trying to get in at one time and we’re having a lot of glitches in the system.”
“A lot of glitches in the system?” Hannity asked. “Did they tell you to tell us that?”
“We have a script for that,” replied Davis, who proceeded to read the entire script for Hannity.
Hannity later asked, “Have you ever got anybody that really likes it yet?”
“Um, no, not really,” answered Davis.
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