• Watch Trey Gowdy Tear Into Gruber: “Insomniac With Tourette’s Syndrome”

    Obamacare architect Johnathan Gruber’s comments about the “stupidity” of the “American voter was critical to getting” Obamacare passed are now being used as part of multi-million dollar advertising campaign against vulnerable Democrats.

    In a new TV ad, entitled “Deception,” Gruber’s insults are being used to attack Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu.

    Gruber’s comments also caught the attention of Congressman Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.). Gowdy called on Gruber to continue to disrespect and insult the American people. Gowdy said he wants Gruber out there saying these things because they reveal the true deceptive nature of Obamacare.

    “When you have an insomniac with Tourette’s syndrome, you don’t interrupt him,” Gowdy told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren. “So we’re going to let him keep talking, as long as he will talk.”

    Gowdy said  he will suggest to the Republican leadership to investigate the $2 million-plus that Gruber was paid to help write Obamacare and deceive the American people.

    “Then when he’s through insulting our fellow citizens. I would love to ask him, ‘when you apologized, did you apologize because you said it, or did you apologize because you meant it?’” Gowdy said. “I think he meant that we could not have passed this bill if people had been paying attention.”

    Gruber knowingly “undermined the democratic system by being deceitful,” Greta Van Susteren said.

    “But, Greta,” Gowdy flippantly responded, “when somebody is so much smarter than we are, and knows so much better what’s in our best interest, and they happen to have a Ph.D. behind their name, it’s okay when they lie to us, because they have our best interest in mind, and you and I are just not smart enough to know what is best for us,” Gowdy said.

    “If I could get past the irony, I would get to the arrogance. But this ‘transparent’ administration can’t tell you the truth about its signature piece of legislation. That irony is just rich to me.”

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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