WASHINGTON – A secret video of Obama that was published on the web yesterday has been almost immediately revealed to be a fake.
On the You Tube clip, ‘Obama’ prances about in front of a crowd of Hollywood celebrities, leers at white women, smokes doobies and jive talks about the redistribution of wealth. Apparently released as a response to the by now infamous 47% video of Mitt Romney talking to donors published by the Mother Jones website, the video has so far only been aired on the ‘fair and balanced’ Fox News channel.
The response video appears to be a cobbled together affair of Ted Danson in black face, some stock footage from D. W. Griffith’s Birth of a Nation, all covered with a dubbed track written by famous blubber mouth and socio-path Glenn Beck and intoned by Kelsey Gramner and occasionally Jar Jar Binks.
The amateurish nature of the video was apparent from the occasional glimpses of a Far Right Christian sex tape over which the film had apparently been haphazardly recorded. Although the Romney campaign has formally disavowed any involvement with the tape, some have argued that although obviously made up and fabricated and furthermore not true, the tape does relate substantive truths about Obama’s socialism and Kenyan nationality.
Whoopi Goldberg says she continues to have nightmares about that particular evening, but at the same time Mel Gibson remains one of her close personal friends.