CNN fact checks latest SNL skit about Obama

CNN assigned 19 fact checkers to set the record straight about the latest Saturday Night Live skit about the pretend live press conference between Pres. Obama and Jintao.

CNN chastized SNL for the following factual errors.  The U.S. national debt owed to China is not “800 Trillion”, it is actually more than that.  Several billion more.  And it isn’t really true that the Stimulus Bill did not create any jobs.  In fact, several jobs were created in New Hampshire’s mythical House District 00.  Not to mention all the jobs that were saved there!  And they noted that ObamaCare, far from saving money, would cost in excess of $1.3 trillion dollars, and they chided the SNL skit for not pointing that out.

The CNN checkers saved the full bore of their ire for the sex scenes.  First, they pointed out that the Chinese leader in fact looks nothing like Mrs. Obama.  And they claim that the phrase “when someone is doing sex to me”  does not even translate into Chinese.  The chinese leader didn’t really want to have sex and get it over with, or he would have pulled down his pants.   One fact checker noted: “Come on, let’s be realistic. To make this factually correct he should have at least unbuckled his belt and lowered his trousers. Sheeeesh!”  See the entire video where CNN fact-checks SNL!

3 responses to “CNN fact checks latest SNL skit about Obama

  1. Rude and crude. It seems the Libs are unhappy.

    What is curious is that CNN did not show the stuff on the economy( What CNN showed is stuff that would only embarrass him slightly, mostly with the Libs. Everybody cares about Afghanistan, but everybody also knows that problem is a hard to to crack. But the stuff on the China and the economy must really hurt. Everybody cares about that, and there is no excuse for making it worse.

    The more the stuff on the econmy that gets out

  2. Ahhhhh Dumbass??? a trillion are a factor ten BIGGER than a billion…. i know that the american school system are deeply below sub-standard… let me expalin 800 trillion are 8000 billion…

  3. It means “several billion” MORE than a trillion, you dumbass. Do I have to spell everything out for you?

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