Obamacare Officials Lied About Size Of Web Traffic—Enrollments Almost ZERO!

Ellen Yaffa heads up an effort in Southern California aimed at reaching 66,000 Californians (with limited or no access to the internet) to inform them about Obamacare. Her staff of Obamacare "navigators" is six people. Since their plan is to reach all 66,000 people individually to explain Obamacare, it sounds as if being navigator is a longterm gig. Meanwhile, California has reportedly signed up—NOBODY!—for Obamacare.
The Los Angeles Times reports this afternoon that officials in California "vastly overstated the number of online hits it received Tuesday during the rollout of Obamacare."

Whereas the California health insurance exchange had originally reported five million hits at the state's website on Tuesday, the revised figure is a little more than 10% of that number: 645,000 hits.

The LA Times reports state officials blame "internal miscommunication" for the reported error—or lie.

The erroneously reported large web traffic was originally used as the reason given that state exchange and federal Obamacare websites were essentially unusable—including into today.

Meanwhile, the Washington Post reported last night that actual enrollments in Obamacare have been so few, because of the terrible problems afflicting the Obamacare websites, that they may actually be in "single digits"!—in other words LESS THAN TEN enrollments altogether! The WP article quoted a number of insurance industry officials who said that their products, available through the various exchanges for health insurance, had received NO applications!

Also, according to San Diego news station KUSI-CA, reporting last night:
"Nobody has actually enrolled [in Obamacare in California] yet."
In spite of this, there are today a bunch of reports at various social networking sites of "success stories", i.e., people who allegedly have signed up for Obamacare, and who are saving a lot of money by doing so. But exactly how these people have managed to do this, when almost nobody seems able to access the sign-up process at the Obamacare websites, is quite a mystery.

Or maybe—it's just a bunch of government propaganda to encourage people to think Obamacare enrollments are succeeding.

Instead, it increasingly appears Obamacare's launch has been yet another disastrous embarrassment for the president and his increasingly inept-appearing team of bumblers.