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Obama admin: ‘No indications’ Obamacare website software developed in Belarus

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By Doug Powers  •  February 4, 2014 09:40 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Was some of the software for HealthCare.gov developed in the country of close Russia ally Belarus as Bill Gertz reported?

According to another Obama administration investigation into the actions of the Obama administration, the answer is “no”:

U.S. health officials have investigated whether some of the software used in computers at the heart of President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform was written in Belarus, but have found no evidence of that being the case, a White House official said on Tuesday.

A report of the probe, first published by the conservative Washington Free Beacon website late Monday, was seized on by Republicans who are campaigning to scuttle the reforms and say the website HealthCare.gov remains vulnerable to hackers four months after its botched roll-out on October 1.

Caitlin Hayden, a spokeswoman for Obama’s National Security Council, said investigators for the Department of Health and Human Services had “found no indications that any software was developed in Belarus.”

They did however find plenty of evidence that the software was developed by these guys.

HealthCare.gov software wasn’t designed in Belarus? The homepage suggests otherwise:

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Seriously though, there’s a simple way to find out if it’s possible some of the software was designed in Belarus: Are there any Belarusian software companies run by Obama/Dem cronies?

If you ask me, the Obama administration just blew a prime opportunity to blame at least part of the train wreck on another country.

**Written by Doug Powers

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