VIDEO: Gruber MIT Lecture: “I helped write it.”

That’s right, a new video from the man who mentioned that Americans are “stupid” (see here) in terms of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is the star of yet another video that has surfaced as of late.

As breitbart.com has pointed out:

It’s a good thing lying in sworn testimony before Congress isn’t a crime for liberals, or slippery con artist Jonathan Gruber would be a world of hurt. Under oath, Gruber became a brain-damaged basket case who can’t remember anything he ever said or did related to the failed health-care scheme, a man who suffered such profound memory loss and cognitive impairment that not only should he be kept out of classrooms, he probably shouldn’t be allowed to operate an automobile. What happens if he forgets what the traffic signs mean while he’s speeding across Washington to collect his next bag of taxpayer cash? (And if he’s the clueless, boastful dolt he pretended to be in Congressional hearings, can we recover all the money he was paid by government agencies for his non-existent expertise?)
But away from those Congressional hearing rooms, Gruber portrays himself as the omnicompetent savant who served as one of the primary designers of the Affordable Care Act, the slick political technician who taught Barack Obama how to lie, lie, lie, and lie some more, in order to conceal his true agenda and sucker the American people into accepting a scheme that wouldn’t have submitted to in a million years, if presented honestly. Here’s the new video in which Gruber brags of having helped to write the Affordable Care Act:

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