Tea Party Chief and Sharla’s Labyrinth the Latest to fall for Obama Occidental Hoax — in 2012!

January 30, 2012 at 7:42 am Leave a comment

It was released in 2009 — and almost immediately debunked as a hoax. But for the rest of 2009, people kept spreading it.

They kept spreading it in 2010.

They continued to spread it in 2011.

Now we’re in 2012, and people continue to spread the hoax news — always “released today” — that Obama’s Occidental College transcripts “prove” him to be a foreigner and therefore unfit to be president.

The latest chumps (definition: thick end of a piece of wood; gullible) to spread this hoax to inflame anti-Obama sentiment are “GA Tea Party Chief” of McDonough, Georgia and Sharla’s Labyrinth, posting the hoax as important “news” on January 16 and January 28, 2012.

The Obama Occidental Transcript Hoax is like a zombie. You think it’s dead, but it just keeps shambling along.

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Three Years Old, the Obama Occidental Hoax is Still Being Spread, this time by Miami County Liberty The Latest Unwitting Chump in the Obama Occidental Hoax: DelMarVa Observer

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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.

A Clue for Those Especially Allergic to Satire

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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