After putting out an SOS, the Washington Post finally found Chad Henderson, and so did the Wall Street Journal, Chattanooga Times/Free Press, the Huffington Post, and even “POLITICO!“, as Henderson himself announced later yesterday. That had Mediaite’s Noah Rothman a little suspicious:
It turns out Henderson’s knowledge of OFA was not the result of his astuteness or political acumen. According to his LinkedIn profile, he is a current OFA volunteer. Maybe those many media outlets who spoke with him will make note of this seemingly relevant fact.OFA? You mean Organizing for America, which spent the last year stuffing e-mail inboxes with an avalanche of missives about just how easy and wonderful ObamaCare would be? That OFA?
◼ OBAMACARE STUNNER: EXCHANGE POSTER BOY NEVER ACTUALLY ENROLLED IN OBAMACARE BUT CLAIMS ‘I HAVE NOT MISLED ANYONE’ - The Blaze
the 21-year-old self-confessed supporter of President Obama whose story about signing up for Obamacare the very first day has been widely publicized — with the shocking news from an interview his father gave saying Henderson, to his knowledge, never actually purchased an Obamacare plan.
Turns out that’s absolutely true.
The latest installment in the Legend of Chad:
◼ Fake Obamacare buyer Chad Henderson locks down Twitter account; Should have taken his own advice - Twitchy
And now @ChadHenderson has locked his Twitter account.— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) October 5, 2013
This week Twitchy told you about Chad Henderson, the ◼ OFA volunteer who became the face of Obamacare’s “success” thanks to ◼ fawning White House staffers and the ◼ drool-bucket media. Chad was quickly exposed as a fraud who had ◼ lied about enrolling in an Obamacare insurance plan.
◼ Goodbye, cruel Twitter: Lying dad of Obamacare fraud Chad Henderson goes dark - Twitchy