Was Fainting Human Prop A Fake?

Remember the lady who serendipitously fainted during Obama’s little infomercial? Patriot Lady contends it was all a bunch of mule fritters (via The Weekly Standard through Gumball Brains)

It is obvious that there are quite a few people involved in this latest fraud put out by the Whitehouse. Why did Obama think it was necessary to “catch” a fainting woman just when he said the words, “To free families from the pervasive fear that one illness….” And down she went? Well not actually down. She just weaved and wobbled a little and never quite fainted. And, consequently, Obama never actually caught her. He turned around and put his hand on her shoulder as if to steady her and turned back to the camera to make sure it got a clear shot of his “rescue” efforts.

Make sure to read the whole thing for her rational.

Is it a conspiracy theory? The “no, really, that’s nuts” type? Would anyone really put it past Team Obama to do this? The Lapdog Media certainly wouldn’t bother investigating or even “just wondering”. Team O had no problem spinning and concealing and confusing when it can to Benghazi. NSA. IRS. Fast and Furious. Spying on journalists. (Weird, 3rd time I’ve gone down this road today. Not planned).

What do you think? And for liberals, just think of all the theories you launched at Bush.

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6 Responses to “Was Fainting Human Prop A Fake?”

  1. gitarcarver says:

    I think it is going to be difficult to say for certain whether the woman fainting was a “prop” or not.

    However, it should bother people that we have lost faith and trust in this administration to even raise the question.

    Also, when you look at the bios of the people behind Obama at this thing, they aren’t exactly shining examples of people who have signed up for ObamaCare.

    This was simply smoke and mirrors.

  2. Son_of_Gumballs says:

    Well, she makes some great points and it does seem all rather… convenient, that she had this issue that no one around her seemed to really care that she was near faint. nor did they offer to walk her off the stage to a cool place to sit?

    HOw often have we surmised that the administration of whoever has played us, has set up a message to be played in the media, has got a message leaked to the media in order to help start people thinking about a topic, or to divert people’s attention.

    And, really, do we put it past Obama to do these idiotic things to try and make him appear benevolent, mighty, kingly?

  3. Blick says:

    i saw yesterday (maybe on Bookworm) a short video clip of the eight or so times that Obama did this same stunt on the campaign trail. Even one of Hillary. Using the same words and actions every time. Not an ounce of concern about the person, acting as if it was an everyday event. Not even helpful advice for treatment or care of the person — here’s some water, give her some space, is there an EMT? It wasn’t even good acting.

  4. Jeffery says:

    Faked birth certificate, Benghazi, IRS-Tea Party, FEMA Interment camps, AP, Pigford, Mena airport drug running, Fast n Furious, Kennedy assassination, New Black Panthers, Vince Foster… now this.

    When is America going to come to its collective sense and get rid of this gay, racist, America-hating, communist, fascist, socialist Muslim?!?

  5. Son_of_Gumballs says:

    So J,
    You finally seeing the light and realizing that this man is bad for this country?

    However, I think calling him gay is a bit wrong. But, leave it to you to be unkind and irrational.

  6. Jeffery says:

    Sog,

    My only concern is how the most powerful person on Earth staged this so poorly. I suspect some conservative reporter will be able to corner one of the principals and get the story unless the actors are afraid the Kenyan usurper will have them killed like he did Seal Team 6.

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