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Obama supporters sign fake petition granting him immunity for all crimes
Man-on-the-street prankster Mark Dice has released a video where he gets scores of people to sign a fake petition to absolve President Obama of all crimes he may have committed.
“Obama supporters in San Diego, California petition to grant the President immunity for any crimes he has committed or will commit while in office,” Mr. Dice writes in a description for the video.
“If Obama is charged with a crime, I’m sure that it’s just racist white Republicans making up stuff about him,” he said to two women eager to sign the fake petition.
“What we’re doing is just gathering signatures to show that the people support Obama’s crimes and that we’ll grant him immunity,” he said to another signee. “I’m sure he has a good reason for doing that. … Just print there please. … and a signature to granting immunity to Obama’s criminal activity…
“Thanks for supporting his crimes!” Mr. Dice says as the signee walks off.
Another person eager to sign was someone with a marijuana joint hanging out of his mouth.
“Sign a petition to support that and I won’t say anything about you having a joint in your mouth,” Mr. Dice said. “… Basically we’re just going to make sure Obama can get away with whatever he wants to just like you can get away with smoking that doobie right now.
Dice is a political activist and author. His latest video went viral after he got dozens of Californians to sign a fake petition repealing the Bill of Rights.
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