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Former “Saturday Night Live” star Victoria Jackson has released a YouTube video that is on the verge of going viral that warns the American public, “There’s a communist living in the White House.”

The video, which already has collected tens of thousands of views:

Her song begins:

It seems these days I’m in a haze
And I can’t concentrate on things.
Can’t eat or sleep, feel incomplete
Feel kind of scared and creepy.
I look over my shoulder lots
And shudder when I watch TV.
I bite my nails and cuticles
And watch my words very carefully.
I bite my lip a lot and fidget with the buttons on my blouse
Why? Because there’s a communist living in the White House

She explains no one but Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and “Huckabee” as well as “those sweet people who drink tea” understand.

“Evidence?” she wonders. “Where do you want me to start?”


Victoria Jackson uses two news clips from WND as evidence to support her claim “There’s a communist living in the White House.”

She cites the socialist leanings of President Obama’s grandparents, communist leanings of his mother, the Marxist professors he had in college and  his own links to the teachings of Saul Alinsky while related news clips – some from WND – flash on the screen.

“He told Joe the Plumber, ‘Spread the wealth,’ which is a direct quote from the Communist Manifesto,” she continues. Then in office, Obama appointed Van Jones and took over the banking and car industries.

“How much more proof do you want?”

Jackson, a native of Miami, Fla., has been an outspoken opponent of Obama, and has participated in tea parties, including one in Pasadena, Calif., last July where she flayed the president’s policies:

On the YouTube page, the opinions about Obama included, “He sure as heck is NOT a moderate nor believes in our Constitution” to “When you rattle things off as you have it’s a wonder that some people can remain in denial … oh wait, I watched the Obama supporter videos on YouTube … nevermind, some will never get a clue.”

 

Said others:

  • Sing it, sister!

  • Are enough of us paying attention?
  • Kudos to Victoria Jackson!
  • absolutely brilliant, victoria! in your endearingly sweet, goofy, entertaining way you are spreading the word that we are in deep trouble. after years of fighting and dying to defeat communism, we’ve voted the fox into the chicken coop!
  • There’s more to this lady than just the ‘cute.’ Preach it, Victoria!

Jackson was on “Saturday Night Live” from 1986 until about 1992 after she got a break in an appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson – reciting poetry while doing a handstand.


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