The Corner

Coulter: My Friend’s Sister Died Because of Obamacare

Over the weekend, Ann Coulter outlined what she considered a “real-world consequence” of Obamacare by sharing a personal anecdote. Recently, one of her friend’s sisters died after not seeking treatment for a fever because had lost her health insurance.

After her provider pulled out of her state due to the health-care law, she held off getting her ailment checked out until she went in to septic shock last Thursday. On Saturday, Coulter learned that she had died. “I got up to my hotel room after the speech and my friend sent me an e-mail saying, ‘My sister died from Obamacare,’” Coulter said on Fox & Friends.

“We knew this would happen,” she continued, adding that her friend encouraged her to tell the story of her sister. ”It’s a horrible story and people need to know about these stories.”

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