There is some controversy about an incident that occurred at the G-20 involving our Dear Leader and the Saudi King Abdullah. Apparently some folks claim that Our Dear Leader bowed to the King.
This can not be true.
The White House released a statement:
“It wasn’t a bow. He grasped his hand with two hands, and he’s taller than King Abdullah,” said an Obama aide, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
That should be sufficient to correct the errors of anyone who believes their eyes instead of Dear Leader. In the video of the event, it is clear that Our Dear Leader does not genuflect in deference to King Abdullah.
The fact that King Abdullah has his hand outstretched at shoulder height in preperation for grasping Dear Leader’s hand does not mean Dear Leader would not need to bend over to his waist to shake hands. Our Dear Leader is after all a giant among normal men.
The perfectly timed camera flash at just the moment Dear Leader is at his lowest point of reaching down to grasp King Abdullah’s hand, almost to the point it could be mistaken he was kissing the King’s hand, is merely a coincidence and was not a planned Kodak moment.
The body block of the press cameras is not a result of any pre-planned arrangement to prevent any non MSNBC affiliates from getting a clear shot. After all, there is no conspiracy here between the MSM and Dear Leader to avoid embarrassing news.
We must believe in the truthinessof Our Dear Leader:
I did not have genuflectual relations with that Monarch, King Abdullah.
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