posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 09:42 PM
I think it's fake. First, Obama being the President, this would get exploited first by a news channel. But it's on youtube, and here. If it
passed DHS to here it is not real or from a 'hot mic'.
I don't think Obama would be making end-of-the-line statements about his opponents in an election. I don't think he would be using the phrase "the
powers that be" in relation to any election. I think that while this may be mostly his voice, some words in some lines were unnaturally spaced,
meaning some separate words from other recordings were taken and, like stitching a quilt, pieced together from other sources.
The other part of the video that leads people astray is the quotes and the words, written in a sentence when it may not be that way. The first 2
sentences sound to me like they came from 5 different sources. Somewhere in the first 2 lines, his tone of voice differs where it sounds to me like
he was smoking at the time, but the other surrounding 4 parts sound different.
The "he's done" line isn't even Obama, but another man, or perhaps a line from Obama from before he was in the White House, like when he was in
Those are just samples. But the glaringly obvious proof that it's not real is that there is no other side to this call. Is he talking into a can
with a string tied to it? This is a synthetic wiretap. Listen to it with your eyes closed, without being conned by the pretyped words.
And then where would someone be lucky enough to get criticism from a President about one of his competitors like that? Politicians just. don't.
talk. so easily about their competition like that. Ever.
Actually this video sounds so unbelievable that it could be a female voice toned down to sound like Obama's voice, because of the choice of words.
Try reverse speech on the video, see where that goes. This is Propaganda.