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Second Undercover Video Catches More Obamacare 'Navigators' Advising Applicants to Lie for Lower Premiums

"If I was cutting grass on the weekend and they were just giving me money -- that's my money."

(YouTube)

Conservative activist James O'Keefe's Project Veritas has released a second undercover video of Obamacare "navigators" advising potential applicants not to report income in order to get a lower health insurance premium.

The group's first video resulted in the firing of a part-time receptionist trainee as well as the suspension of three Obamacare "navigators."

In the new video released Thursday, an Obamacare navigator with "Change Happens" in Houston, Texas, tells a potential applicant not to report income he earns on the side.

"Stuff like that to get a lower premium, I wouldn't include it," he said. "If I was cutting grass on the weekend and they were just giving me money -- that's my money."

(YouTube)

In another clip, a Project Veritas "investigator" tells another Obamacare navigator that she makes income on the side and she was concerned because her "Republican friends" told her the federal government could track her income via her bank account, a story that is likely not true.

"Oh no, no. I mean if you don't report that, then no," the navigator replied.

An "outreach and enrollment specialist" at the North Texas Area Community Health Center in Fort Worth, Texas, tells the undercover Project Veritas staffer not to "worry" about reporting his outside income.

As TheBlaze noted with the first installment of the Project Veritas undercover report, the video is highly edited and employs deceptive tactics in order to catch the navigators advising potential applicants to lie about their income.

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