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Obama’s National Field Director Uses His Baby’s Death to Sell ObamaCare

March 6, 2014
By Sara Noble

Obama’s National Field Director, Jeremy Bird, took the occasion of his premature baby’s death to hawk ObamaCare. On his Facebook page, he dedicated 15 lines to the baby but the remainder of the post was dedicated to telling people they should buy ObamaCare.

Jeremy Bird, Field General

Jeremy Bird served as Obama’s National Field Director in 2012 and according to his website, “270 Strategies,” he was dubbed by Rolling Stone as the campaign’s “Field General.” Bird also quotes them as saying he is one of “the Obama Campaign’s Real Heroes” and is “a former Harvard divinity student who took to political organizing as though it were his higher calling.”

Check this excerpt out from the Facebook page:

Many people have asked us what they can do to help.

During this time, we have been so grateful for the great healthcare we received and for our insurance that has allowed us to get that care without ever asking if we could afford it.

Enroll America is doing the important work necessary to get Americans enrolled. If you are looking for a way to show your support, we ask that you donate in our names and in the name of our son, Elijah.

You can donate here:

Thanks to our community who has carried us and continues to carry us through this time. We’ll get there. It is a process, but we know we will get through it.

And no matter what, we are grateful for little Elijah and the gift he will always be in our lives.


Bird – Get Covered America

As you know, the past week has been an incredibly difficult week for us. We are heart broken. Time, friends, family and love will heal our sadness. But for now, we mourn our loss and…
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