Investor’s Business Daily editorial asks if Obama’s entire life is a fiction.
Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) is a respectable national newspaper in the United States, published Monday through Friday, which covers international business, finance, and the global economy. Founded in 1984 by William O’Neil, its headquarters are in Los Angeles, California.
It is therefore noteworthy that Investor’s Business Daily now openly questions if what we’ve been told about the life of a sitting U.S. president is pure fiction.
Here’s an excerpt from IBD‘s editorial of Nov. 26, 2013:
Obama biographer David Maraniss, who documented at least 38 instances in the president’s life story that were fabricated. Obama made up people, events and history. Much of the book [Obama’s biography “Dreams From My Father”] was pure fiction. […]
Did America elect a fiction to the White House? Are voters victims of an elaborate con? It’s high time the national media started asking hard questions.