Listen: Facebook, Fraud And Congressional Budget Office discussed on Chip Franklin
"Going after disabled people, I the Trump administration has a new policy. They're calling for surveillance of disabled people on on their social media accounts determine necessity of their pets tonight. I don't know. What do you look on like Facebook, and you see somebody that's not in a wheelchair or maybe somebody in a bull riding? Well, you go that far. That's interesting. I mean, it would have to be. I mean, going grocery shopping doesn't mean they collect disability thinking about this. What what they're saying. Is that people who are disabled shouldn't be living their lives for fear of losing vital, financial aid and possibly medical care? They've been working with the social security administration at effort to reduce false claims. I no problem with that. Right. We've talked about this before the Congressional Budget Office think thinks is somewhere between fifteen and twenty five percent fraud in Medicare, Medicaid and social security, maybe even higher in social security, you know, people that are collecting payments for somebody. That's eat their dead who doesn't know they're getting the payments. You know, and somebody else takes them and signs her name and keeps them happens. A lot with dimension stuff. You know, that's horrible. And I get it. But why do a feeling when they get hold of this? It's not going to go the way it should. Well. Yeah. I mean, I have no problem with trying to you know, cut down on fraud within any sort of system because it's those fraudsters that ruin it for everyone else. But I think that everybody should have a chance to explain their behavior. I don't think that one's social media posts or Justice social media page, and what's shown on it should be the last and final decision on whether or not someone keeps. Loses their benefits you should be. Like, hey, we've seen this. We need you to come in. And explain what we're looking at here. There should be. You know, what if you can block people on Instagram and Facebook can't you? I think you have to know if they're following you first. So if it's open if it's not a private account. Right. Can't you just go? Find them in block them before. They actually see your page if you wanted to I guess if you know the name of the US government. I don't know. I don't know how to Miller. I mean, I don't know how that would work. Interesting. These I'm assuming they have contractors that job is to do this. And you're not going to know the name of every single insurance person that might be looking to see if you're faking it or"