Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was literally left speechless when faced with the reality that a majority of Oklahomans do not approve of Barack Obama’s signature law, the Daily Caller reported Monday
“At last check, 64 percent of Oklahomans aren’t buying into the health-care plan — they don’t like Obamacare and they have been pretty vocal about it. Now that’s going to be, still continue to be a tough sell but we’ll see how that plays out over the coming months,” said Oklahoma’s News 9 anchor Stan Miller.
Sebelius said nothing, and simply stared into the camera for about 7 seconds.
Miller tried to give cover, saying that perhaps they had lost audio.
“Alright, Secretary Sebelius, thank you so much for being with us this morning,” Miller said. “I think we’ve probably lost sound here or something.”
“I can hear you, but I — thanks for having me,” Sebelius said.
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