Friday, July 13, 2012

What's up with that? 20 people faint at Obama speech

More than 20 people faint at Obama rally
"The pool report on President Obama's trip to Roanoke, Virginia says that more than 20 people fainted during the president's speech this evening. "TV viewers may have heard POTUS pointed out a couple of faintings during the rally in downtown Roanoke," writes the pool report. "In fact, fire officials say more than 20 people fell out during the course of the speech. There were waves of exclamation as one person after another swooned." Paramedics treated 21 people on the scene and took one to the hospital, according to the Roanoke fire department. It was warm out and the crowd of 3,000-plus was packed tightly into the 4-block area, the deputy fire marshal said by way of explanation. Volunteers passed around cups of water but some people didn't take them, he said."

One after another fainted? 'By way of explanation' is what gets me. They try to explain, but they can't. It is a phenomenon. I wonder why people faint when Obama looks at them? I have my theories. I am sure you have yours. In any case, I can't wait for the rapture...

Also of interest:

Feb 2008: Obama's swooning supporters

Aug 2008: Stars React To Obama Speech (Oprah: "I Cried My Eyelashes Off!")

Oct. 2010: Dozens faint or fall ill at Obama campaign rally

Mar 2012: At Obama Rallies, Fainting Spells Resurge

Mar 2012: Mayor who says Obama a 'carnal manifestation of evil' won his Mayoral election. I wrote this article, and in it, I lead the reader through a series of documented fainting episodes (mostly from women, but also documented from men), and why this might be happening.

10 comments:

  1. It was 104 degrees out. Yeah, "warm".

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    1. That is warm all right! But what about the dozens of people who faint when it is 55 degrees and perfect out? And does it explain ALL the faintings? Or the comment Obama made where he said "People faint at my rallies all the time"? Hmm. The warmth may explain one or two, maybe. But not all.

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  2. how much were they paid? does any one bother to ask the question about the planted and paid stooges in the audience??

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    1. So...your theory is that all these women across the country for the last three and a half years, have been paid by a secret team of advance men, to go ahead faint at strategic moments at various rallies, so as to...enhance Obama's allure in some nebulous way, so that more people would vote for him? And, further, none of them has blabbed? I don't buy it.

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  3. What about the woman who died just a few hours after he ate at her restaurant? Interesting.

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    1. LiMa, That's RIGHT! I forgot about that. When I read that at the time I also thought it was interesting. It seems that proximity to Obama has a negative physiological effect on a wide variety of women. Thanks for the reminder of the poor unfortunate who died.

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  4. What is your theory on why people are fainting when the President looks at them?

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    1. I have my theories, but none can be verified by scripture. Therefore it is pointless to speculate. We will know- hopefully- when we get to heaven. Or not, but by then we won't care!

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  5. I read your March article about Obama and teh fainting. Now do you think that Obama could be the anti-Christ?

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    1. Hello Christ is My Passion,

      Thanks for reading that! I do not believe he is the antichrist. I do believe he is a carnal manifestation of evil, as the Clovis AZ mayor said. He could be either a demon possessed man or a fallen angel in the flesh. He is definitely an antichrist-type, or forerunner- as John the Baptist was for Jesus.

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