Thursday, February 05, 2015

Pitt's Health Insurance Hacked

This was probably the EASIEST prediction I ever made. WILLIAM RIVERS PITT's health insurance company, Anthem, has been HACKED. Gee! Who else could have seen that coming? How about a whole bunch of web security experts who for over the year predicted exactly this due to the almost non-existent security of the HealthCare.Gov website. So how do I know that Pitt's insurance company is Anthem? Because he told us so with his April Fools Apology last year after he dared to slam ObamaCare:

For the record, and one last time: I went to the exchange. They delivered me to Anthem BCBS in New Hampshire. I signed up for the Super-Extra-Ultra-Gold plan (which I am now paying more than $800 a month for) because it allegedly covers everything my wife’s MS needs… 
Of course, this was easily predicted by me in the very title of this DUFU edition: Pitt Delivers Personal Information to Russian Mafia Via ObamaCare. And of course, that delivery of personal information was followed by this: ObamaCare Alert!!! Pitt's Bank Account Compromised. Of course, the terminally gullible Pitt just brushed it off and took no more action:

Someone managed to compromise my bank account on Wednesday, and looted me of exactly $25 by purchasing phone apps, which means it's kids...but I got that squared away. 
Too bad for you Pitt because it is now obvious that with the massive Anthem security breech, your sacred trust funds are at risk of expropriation by hackers as you can see in this DUmmie THREAD quoting a USA Today article, "Massive breach at health care company Anthem Inc." So let us now watch William Rivers Pitt's ObamaCare policy get predictably hacked in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, putting the pearl clutchers at ease by noting this this DUFU edition is an F-word free zone, is in the [brackets]:

Massive breach at health care company Anthem Inc.

 [As predicted by a plethora of web security experts over a year ago.]

SAN FRANCISCO - As many as 80 million customers of the nation's second large health insurance company, Anthem Inc., have had their account information stolen, the company said in a statement.

[And Pitt didn't even include hacking in his infamous RANT against ObamaCare which he later apologized for.]

"Anthem was the target of a very sophisticated eternal cyber attack," Anthem president and CEO Joseph Swedish said in a statement posted on the company's website.

[A target with such lousy security along with so much personal info is just too tempting to avoid.]

The hackers gained access to Anthem's computer system and got information including names, birthdays, medical IDs, Social Security numbers, street addresses, email addresses and employment information, including income data, Swedish said.

[No employment information for Pitt but very intriguing trust fund info. And right now some hacker is drinking away Pitt's January trust fund payment at the Smolensk Bukowski's.]

Both current and former customers were hit, he said.

[And also ANGRY Anthem customers which includes Pitt.]

This is NOT GOOD!

[An understatement footnote from a DUmme. And now on to the rest of the DUmmies...]

1/4 of all Americans!

[And ALL of Pitt.]

Have heard/read a lot of complaints about their practices. Not saying it was a dissatisfied customer but I hate to say it....the Company deserved it. Not the customers though.

[And the LOUDEST dissatisfied customer was Pitt...until he made an April Fools apology for daring to speak truth to power which offended his fellow DUmmies for ObaMessiah Heresy.]

Anything they didn't know, they know now.

[Attention hackers: Please post the amount of Pitt's trust fund payments on this DUFU comments section.]

is LifeLock a publicly traded company? They are about to get crazy paid...again.

[Lifelock: Promo Code RUSH for the discount.]


Anonymous Jerome Goolsby said...

JUSTICE PREVAILS.....Pitt gets the shaft along with the rest of his fellow Moonbats who use that company....

5:08 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

The infatuation with the irrelevant Pitt continues.

1:46 AM  

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