Can You Find…? Chump of the Day: Glock Talk

May 11, 2009 at 12:55 pm 1 comment

Can you find any website (other than this fictitious one) for Americans for Freedom of Information?

Can you find any actual Occidental College application for Barack Obama or “Barry Soetoro”?

When you go to Google News or Newsbank or Lexis-Nexis or any other newspaper database, can you find any direct record of an actual Associated Press article regarding Barack Obama applying as “Barry Soetoro” to Occidential College as a foreign student?

Using the same method, can you find any record of any article in Britain’s Daily Mail with the headline “Obama Eligibility Questioned”?

The answer is no: no, you cannot.

Given that you cannot find these things — because they do not exist — what do you conclude?

Option A) That the story regarding Barack Obama registering as Indonesian “Barry Soetoro” at Occidental College is a hoax and a lie.

Option B) That the effort to suppress the truth about Barack Obama’s foreign origins is even more sweeping and nefarious than previously imagined, including the power to erase transcripts, records, organizations and multiple news stories entirely.

If you visit the message boards for “Glock Talk”, the answer appears to be Option B. And that makes Glock Talk our Chump of the Day!


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Ed Darrell  |  July 24, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    Here it is the end of July, and that hoax story is going around again.

    Gullibility hasn’t grown much less since may.

    Thanks for summarizing this stuff.


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A Clue for the Literal-Minded

Read these tiny words very closely: the group Americans for Freedom of Information does not exist, just like the supposed "AP article" you keep cutting and pasting into e-mails to your irritated family does not exist, just like the "Daily Mail article" referenced in the fake "AP article" does not exist. They're all fabrications. Fakes. Hoaxes. Ask yourself why you're so eager to believe these obvious fakes. No, really. Really, really ask yourself.

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No, we didn't create the hoax, either. Remember, we at Americans for Freedom of Information don't exist!

No One knows who did create the hoax. Unfortunately, we don't know No One or where he lives, so we can't ask No One about it. We do know her sister, Imnot Telling, but ever since the thing in the place with that other thing, we're not on speaking terms.

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