A video surfaced of a media personality walking the streets to gauge the reaction of Americans to fake news of President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle getting a divorce after 21 years of marriage.
Mark Dice, a popular author, media analyst, and activist, has received a lot of attention for his "Man on the Street Monday" videos in which he often goes around, asking people ridiculous questions and getting them to sign ridiculous petitions to point out the fact that the average person on the street will believe just about anything. Back in August, I reported on a video in which Dice got people to sign a petition to put carcinogens (cancer causing substances) in the water supply, without any regard for what the word "carcinogen" actually means. He has also proven that many people have no clue who Joe Biden is and has gotten people to believe that the Holocaust is some sort of Jewish beach party!
In his most recent "Man on the Street Monday" video, Dice provided solid evidence for the fact that most Americans don't follow the news and have no clue what's going on around them by presenting a random, ridiculous, and completely inaccurate news story that most people believed to be the truth with little to no questioning. In the video, which was released today, Dice (who is blatantly wearing a "troll" t-shirt) walks around, asking random people what they think about Barack and Michelle Obama's 'divorce.'
"She's a strong woman. She should do what she wants," one woman said after Dice asked her if she thought Michelle Obama should have waited until her husband's term was over before filing for divorce.
Another woman said, "I don't think he's a great president anyway so I think so."
One man stated that he thought "psychological problems" might have been a factor in Michelle Obama 'filing for divorce.' Dice responded to this by saying "A lot of people have those" and quickly smiling at the camera.
For those of you who don't already know, Michelle and Barack Obama are not getting a divorce anytime soon, at least not to anyone's knowledge. It's just another example of your friendly neighborhood troll pointing out the plague of ignorance that affects many Americans today.
Mark Dice has written several books and has been featured in various films. He currently has well over 200,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.