the Obama administration released $67 million for Obamacare navigators (who have access to personal information) to explain how the new legislation works. But who exactly are these 'navigators'? Apparently, Health and Human Services doesn't really care who they are so long as they show people how to enroll in the new Obamacare system. Becoming a navigator only requires 20 hours of training with no background check or fingerprinting requirement. In other words, criminals can easily sign up to become navigators.
Now, a number of Attorneys General from across the country are sounding the alarm, pointing out that navigators with access to personal information will only expose millions of Americans to identity theft and fraud.
Remember when ACORN was going to do the Census before getting busted for illegal activity and fraud on video? Yeah, this is kind of like that.