- The Washington Times - Monday, September 9, 2013

Video journalist Mark Dice published a new man-on-the-street interview Saturday where he took to the Oceanside Pier in San Diego, Calif., asking people to sign a fake petition allowing Karl Marx on the 2016 presidential ballot, “since Obama’s been working with him.”

The man-on-the-street interviewer and published author received more than a dozen signatures in 20 minutes by people eager to see the deceased German political philosopher succeed the president during the next election cycle.

“Support Karl Marx for president,” Mr. Dice repeatedly said as one person after another signed the fake petition.

“We just want to gather signatures showing that the American people are behind Obama and Karl Marx,” he said as one man signed away feverishly.

“Show support for Obama and his Communist agenda,” he said to one signee who has happy to oblige. “Sign here to support the Marxist takeover.”

Not all San Diegans fell for Mr. Dice’s trick, however. One elderly gentlemen asked, “Where’s the TV camera?”


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