It appears that CMS Administrator Seema Verma wasn’t just using her official Twitter account this week to congratulate her agency on high Affordable Care Act enrollment, then smear the law seconds later. Huffington Post reporter Jonathan Cohn also captured a Tweeted-and-deleted endorsement of an op-ed that advised insurance companies to discriminate against the one in four Americans with a pre-existing condition:

In response, Protect Our Care Campaign Director Brad Woodhouse said:

“Instead of deleting tweets, Administrator Verma should just admit that she thinks sick people don’t deserve insurance. The American people have made it very clear that we don’t want to go back to the days before the Affordable Care Act when insurance companies could discriminate against the one in four Americans with a pre-existing condition. But that’s exactly what Donald Trump, Seema Verma, and Republicans in Congress want, and it’s what they’re going to keep trying to do until Americans hold Republicans accountable for their war on our health care.”