Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Was President Obama's Fainting Woman Staged? (VIDEO)

WASHINGTON, D.C. --  Yesterday, President Barack Obama gave a speech in the White House Rose Garden to address the problems Americans are facing with the Obamacare enrollment website HealthCare.gov.


Towards the end of the speech, a pregnant woman standing behind the President, Karmel Allison, became visibly off-balance and was caught by bystanders. 



That's when President Obama turned to Allison, reached out to grab her, and said, "There you go, you are O.K.  I'm right here.  I got you.  No, no -- you're O.K.  This happens when I talk too long."


Later, Allison tweeted:

I'm ok world- just got a little lightheaded. Thanks, @barackobama for catching me!  And good thing this pregnant diabetic is pregnant :)


But conservative talk show personality Alex Jones remained skeptical about the incident.  On the InfoWars website, Jones points out that President Obama turns away from Allison to the microphone when he is addressing her instead of talking directly to her.
Jones then shows several YouTube videos of other fainting incidents during President Obama's past speeches.  


"He pretty much has a prepared speech [for fainting audience members] that he repeats," Jones said.