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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Joseph Farah's Sad Little Publicity Stunt
Topic: WorldNetDaily

So it's come to this: Joseph Farah arguing with a fake Barack Obama.

No, really. And he's proud of it. From a June 16 WorldNetDaily article:

Have you ever wished you could corner Barack Obama and ask him the tough questions the mainstream media refuses to ask – from “Fast & Furious” to his hidden records to his real agenda for America?

At BookExpo America in New York City last week, Joseph Farah, editor and CEO of WND, got the opportunity of a lifetime: a one-on-one interview with “Barack Obama.”

OK, it wasn’t really the current occupant of the Oval Office, but Obama impersonator Kevin Michael, also known as “FauxBama.”

Yet the answers Farah received sounded remarkably like words right from the sitting president’s lips.

They weren't, of course. But given that Farah cares nothing about the truth, he may have actually thought he was talking to the real Obama.

This, by the way, was a sad little publicity stunt for yet another Obama-bashing book from factually challenged, guilt-by-association-smearing WND reporter Aaron Klein.

Would someone who cares about facts and the truth stoop to such a sad, lame stunt? Doubt it.

Posted by Terry K. at 2:06 PM EDT

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