Jonathan Gruber is an economics professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the school's name was frequently attached to Gruber's Obamacare analysis when the legislation was being shaped five years ago.
How is MIT reacting to Gruber's now confessed use of deception in crafting Obamacare legislation and its sales pitch to the American people? Does MIT consider Gruber's use of deception, and his exploitation of the school's name and reputation unprofessional or unethical?
I've yet to see any comment from MIT.
Maybe MIT doesn't know what to say.
Maybe this is a classic case where education elites knowingly conspired with political elites to deceive and win more control over the American people.
Who knew what at MIT, and when did they know it?