By Jeff Fecke | June 4, 2012
“Why, once I met this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy who knew this guy’s cousin…”
If you’ve been following the Breitbarteers since their fearless leader died, you know that they’re currently deeply involved in vetting President Obama. Why are they so deeply invested in vetting a guy who’s already been vetted, you know, by being president for three years? Bill Ayers, ACORN, New Black Panther Party, Where’s the Birth Certificate, that’s why!
Today’s shocking revelation is so shocking that you will be shocked. Are you sitting down? Are you? Really? Okay, here goes….
It turns out that back in 2005, some guy heard that then-Sen. Barack Obama attended a barbecue at Bill Ayers’ house on the Fourth of July! And the guy knows, because went to a party at the house of a guy who lived next door to Ayers! All right, he didn’t actually see Obama there, but he heard a rumor that Obama was there, and isn’t that just as good as actually knowing things?
You think I’m exaggerating. You are wrong, mister:
Dr. Tom Perrin, Assistant Professor of English at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, was a graduate student at the University of Chicago at the time, and maintained a blog called “Rambling Thomas.” He lived next door to Ayers and Dohrn in Hyde Park. He wrote at 8:44 a.m. on July 6, 2005:
Guess what? I spent the 4th of July evening with star Democrat Barack Obama! Actually, that’s a lie. Obama was at a barbecue at the house next door (given by a law professor who is a former member of the Weather Underground) and we saw him over the fence at our barbecue. Well, the others did. It had started raining and he had gone inside be the time I got there. Nevertheless.
My God, someone at his party thought they saw Obama at a party! I’m sure there’s rock-solid evidence of that.
Or, you know, not; as Charles Johnson at LGF noted, the rest of the post was at follows:
Despite posting someone on Obama-watch at the window, we didn’t manage to spot him again as we had our rained-off picnic in the living room. Instead we all went outside again and sat about under umbrellas. All around the south side sounded like it was involved in a small war, so presumably lots of people had been to Indiana to buy proper fireworks, which are illegal in my corner of the Midwest. We, however, made do with party poppers from Osco Drug (which you have to be 21 to buy). Then everyone ritually beat me up and threw me out for being British. Actually, that’s a lie.
Yes, that’s right — someone thought they saw Obama at a party in a neighbor’s yard, and then they never saw him again! This proves, beyond a doubt, that Obama has an invisibility cloak. He could be right by you right now.
Honestly, it does the heart good to see Breitbart’s high journalistic standards being carried on.
No related posts.