Obama Caught Up In Gay Murder Scandal? Ehr…Probably Not.
So, I’m walking through the super market and I see the newest copy of the Globe, which has, among other things, this, on the cover,
Now, after seeing that, you’re probably wondering what it’s all about. You’re probably thinking, “Has Obama been murdering gay people in his spare time?” or alternately, “I knew that guy murdered gay people!”
That’s why I stepped up to the plate, bought the latest copy of the Globe, and perused the story so I could tell you what it was really all about — because after all, if this man is going to be our next President and he’s going to be getting involved in gay murder scandals, I think the American people have a right to know that.
Long story short, the choir director, Donald Young, at Barack’s anti-white hate church, Trinity United, was apparently gay and murdered.
Moreover, according to an anonymous “private investigator,” “Donald Young was silenced because of something he knew about Obama.” Moreover, Larry Sinclair, the gay guy who says he did drugs with Obama right before they had sex, says that he was also connected to Donald Young and gave the police “shocking new evidence” linking Obama to the murder. Sinclair, who failed a lie detector test about having sex with Obama, says that Young had “personal and intimate involvement” with B.O.
Now granted, this is the Globe and as such, I wouldn’t give Larry Sinclair and their anonymous “private investigator” any more credence than I’d give say, the anonymous sources for a Seymour Hersh story, but still, I thought you should be aware of this story just in case you are ever discussing Barack Obama and the gay murder he isn’t — well probably isn’t — involved with.
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