“The marketing is extremely deceptive,” said Sabrina Corlette, a research professor at Georgetown University’s Center on Health Insurance Reforms. “Both the advertising and the brokers use terms that to the average consumer would make them think they are buying a comprehensive insurance plan that provides coverage if they get injured or sick. But quite often nothing could be further from the truth.” – ProPublica

Disinformation has become the greatest commodity of the Trump re-election campaign, just as it was the basis of his election and  first term. The role of free speech in this country and in the world is being manipulated to influence voters with misinformation.

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