Medical Concern for Wasserman Schultz: Americans Weren’t ‘Myzled’ on Obamacare

‘Myzled’ ? What the hell does that mean? One wonders. Perhaps a mini-stroke? A brief disruption of oxygen to the brain, affecting speech ? Or some really obscure yiddish word? We’ll let the viewer decide.

From The Weekly Standard: Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman and chair of the Democratic National Committee, told viewers of MSNBC Tuesday that Americans were not “myzled” by President Obama when it came to being able to keep their health plans under ObamacareWatch the video:

“At the end of the day, Americans were not only not myzled [sic] by the president, the overwhelming majority of Americans are already insured,”

Wasserman Schultz said, apparently mispronouncing the word “misled.”

Wasserman Schultz went on to blame insurance companies for dropping policies that weren’t compliant with Obamacare regulations.

“[W]hat we’re talking about is insurance companies who chose not to keep the plan they could have grandfathered, and they chose to change the plan that they were making available to people that they already insured in the individual market,” she said.

Michael Warren – The Weekly Standard

4 Comments on “Medical Concern for Wasserman Schultz: Americans Weren’t ‘Myzled’ on Obamacare”

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Heavy, New York accent (origin: Dutch farmers), and sounds to my ear as understandable except for, “My-zilled”. Yiddish transposing “L-E”, for “E-L”. Fact remains, the American People, were: MISLED. Period.

  2. Reblogged this on Reality Check and commented:
    Perhaps she means “Mythled”?

  3. grant610 says:

    my conclusion was she had received talking points, the word misled was misspelled, and she thought it was a new word that she was afraid to admit she wasnt familiar with, so she repeated it….
    as bizarre as that sounds, i cant come up with anything better…

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