• Birthers Divided on Whether or Not to Get Behind Ridiculous Nonsense

    Look, we all know that Barack Obama is a Kenya-born Muslim fundamentalist who forged birth certificates so as to falsely claim the presidency and bring the Great Satan down from the inside. Right? Simple obvious stuff. But, what if all that is not true?

    Hear me out! I know it sounds crazy, but what if he was actually… a Communist Terror Baby?!

    Dreams From My Real Father, a 97-minute film narrated by an Obama impersonator, weaves the narrative that Obama’s grandfather wasn't a furniture salesman but an undercover CIA agent who convinced Barack Obama Sr. to marry his teenage daughter to hide the fact that she was impregnated by a 55-year-old communist named Frank Marshall Davis…

    [T]he filmmakers assert that Obama had a nose job ahead of his 2004 run for Senate, that his mother posed for naked photos when she was five weeks pregnant with him and that Bill Ayers nurtured Obama's career.

    I haven't seen the film, but that all checks out with me. Seems about right. I guess I kinda always assumed something like that, you know?

    There's one glaring problem with this new conspiracy theory, though. How can he be the secret love child of an American Communist if he wasn't even born in America?

    [T]he suggestion that Obama really was born in Hawaii and that his father was an American citizen has some conspiracy theorists upset. Birther queen Orly Taitz is troubled by the film because it undermines the theory that Obama’s father had to be a U.S. citizen for him to be a "natural born citizen"… WND and Corsi, wrote Taitz, are "trying to kill the case by making up an American citizen father for Obama."

    Insidious stuff. I'll tell you who's behind it. Barack Obama. Or Boris Obamsky or whatever is real name is.

    Photo by Mike Theiler-Pool/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Barack Obama, Birthers, Communism, Orly Taitz

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