Wow, did you hear the shocking news that Barack Obama used one of those unconstitutional executive order thingies to allow a “youth center” run by an open ISIS sympathizer to open in Dearborn, Michigan, which is full of radical Muslims already? It’s completely true, apart from the fact that it’s wholly fictional. But somebody was worried enough to post it on an anti-Muslim Facebook page, and apparently it’s getting some traction on social media, even though it’s from rightwing fake-news site The People’s Cube, which is another of those sites that thinks “satire” need not be “funny.”
Snopes.com shares the People’s Cube’s uncannily on-target version of how wingnuts think Obama actually talks:
Following months of obstruction by state officials, the federal government intervened on behalf of a Muslim group who is outspokenly supportive of the Islamic State, to open the doors of a new Islamic youth outreach center in a lower-income area in the city of Dearborn. The facility will be run by Syrian-born Aisha Hani-Salaam, a recent immigrant and unapologetic supporter of ISIS.
President Obama, who signed the executive order to allow the center, said, “We need to take advantage of every opportunity to end the violence between our people. Hopefully this will start a new era in relations between the United States and the religion of Islam. Muslims are understandably angry over the Western media’s overblown portrayal of ISIL as merciless killers. I believe this is a good opportunity to end the fighting and use diplomacy to usher in a new era of peace, as well as gain a powerful new ally in that part of the world.”
It’s just like being right there with him on one of his endless “apology tours!” It’s really uncanny how well they’ve got Obama’s voice, what with the apologies for Muslims, the wimpiness, and the calling ISIS some crazy acronym that nobody else uses.
And then Snopes (which is funded by George Soros and the Trilateral Commission, true story) has to go and spoil everything by pointing out that The People’s Cube is a “satirical conservative website that publishes (among other items) fictional news tidbits about subjects such as Rosie O’Donnell’s getting an Isis tattoo and President Obama’s replacing a White House portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a picture of his dog.”
Okay, sure, so it may be fake. But that’s no reason not to be mad about it.