President Barack Obama won't be the first to create a film touting his accomplishments and possibly bemoaning his challenges during his first term in office. But he will be the first to use a director whose other high profile film contained at least 35 lies, according to one expert.
Obama's film will run 17 minutes, according to The Washington Post. The Post said the campaign film will be directed by "Davis Guggenheim, the filmmaker behind the Oscar-winning Al Gore documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth.'
The Post has a Leftist bent (home to the Journolist founder), so the paper didn't mention the errors (lies) contained in that 'Oscar-winning film.' Does any rational person take the Oscars seriously anyway?
Lord Monckton, who was refused permission to testify before Congress when Democrats had absolute control, detailed those 35 errors in Gore's film in a post at Science and Public Policy. Monckton arranges the mistakes in a reader-friendly manner and believe me, these aren't tiny mistakes, they are whoppers.
The only thing more corrupt than Leftist politicians is Leftist media.
It will be fun, however, to review the forthcoming film. At least it will be fun for Republicans.