Obama Campaign Volunteer Poses as a Doctor at a Town Hall Meeting-Truth!
Summary of eRumor:
A forwarded email about a woman named Roxana Mayer who asked a question about HR-3200, the proposed health care bill of Congressional Representative Sheila Jackson Lee at a town hall meeting.
Mayer told Representative Jackson that she was a general practitioner and asked how HR-3200 would affect preventative care. The email says Mayer is not a doctor but in fact a Obama state delegate.
Roxana Mayer was at the town hall meeting in Houston Texas where she told Representative Sheila Jackson Lee that she was a general practitioner for four years and asked about HR-3200, the Proposed Health Care Bill. According to a Lone Star Times August 13, 2009 article, Mayer admitted to impersonating a physician at the town hall meeting. The paper said she disclosed that information to Lone Star Times blogger David Jennings in a phone interview. Mayer told Jennings that “she thought it would help her credibility.”
Mayer was an Obama Campaign Volunteer and an Obama State Delegate for the Houston, Texas area during the 2008 Election, according to the BarackObama.com web site and an August 13, 2009 article that appeared in the Houston Chronicle. Click for article.
YouTube Video of Town Hall Meeting
It is not known at this time if Mayer was an intentional and rehearsed plant by the supporters of the proposed health care package or if she acted on her own.
Dems Are Now Planting Fake Doctors at Town Hall Meetings
Roxana Mayer said she was a pediatric primary care physician at Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s town hall meeting and that she was a supporter of Obamacare.
One problem: She’s not a doctor. But, she was an Obama state delegate!
She’s a campaign volunteer: