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+ - Conspiracy theorist believes 'fainting lady' during Obama speech was faked 1

Submitted by rtoz
rtoz (2530056) writes "Barack Obama was talking to many beneficiaries of Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) on Monday, 21 st October in White House. He was explaining about the different ways (e.g contacting call center) for buying the healthcare insurance if they find any difficulty in accessing the website Healthcare.gov. He was talking around 20 minutes. A pregnant woman standing behind Obama started fainting at the end of his speech. Barack Obama immediately helped her by catching her. Now, Conspiracy theorist believes ‘fainting lady’ during Obama speech was faked. Sharon Schuetz, founder and managing editor of the conservative website, Lady Patriots, claims that “the faint” and “the catch” were choreographed.

You will see in the following video that the pregnant woman is standing with a friend who is holding her hand with her arm wrapped around her waist. That is until she starts to “faint”. Then she steps slightly aside and never even looks at the women she is holding. She smiles a nervous smile for the camera because she has done her part in this extremely poorly orchestrated drama.

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Conspiracy theorist believes 'fainting lady' during Obama speech was faked

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  • There's not much left that I wouldn't believe about this president.... except, well, that theory. Our president is a disappointment in more than a few ways, for sure, but he's not an idiot.

    cw

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