Remember this one? The one he gave in Selma, Alabama and claimed that JFK and the civil rights movement were the reason he was born?
“Bloody Sunday” in Selma took place in 1965. Obama was four years old. And yet Selma was the reason why his mom and dad got together.
Oh, and Obama’s father came to the United States in 1959, before Kennedy was elected.
The accent sounds familiar, though – if only because it’s been demonstrated to be as fraudulent as the content in this speech.
Hat tip to J. Christian Adams at PJ Media, who notes that Malik Zulu Shabazz of the New Black Panthers not only shared the podium with Obama but marched with him across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.