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It is in the context of a political.
Battle but in fact it may well be a propaganda war that's being waged.
To us way of -- is -- to the outcome of our November elections.
The folks that bright -- have finally released that video from president Obama's college days actually law school days.
That they claimed would show the president was not properly vetted about radical.
The clip shows the president's -- Harvard professor Charles Ogletree admitting he wanted to -- that video.
Of the president embracing radical law professor Derek bell back in nineteen many want.
Take -- let's.
-- up your hearts.
Your minds for the word veteran -- -- Know what makes this so interest -- you when you think about it it's of course we hear of this throughout the 2000 their campaign so don't.
Know that there are -- -- -- -- now but Africa because it just told you that -- broke again.
The president's campaign releasing the trailer for an upcoming documentary meant to remind voters why they voted for the president back in 2008.
The seventeen minute -- entitled the road we've traveled.
Narrated by Tom Hanks as pretty powerful and directed by Davis Guggenheim who just won an Oscar for his climate change movie an inconvenient truth.
Here's a sample.
His advisors would just weird to be here.
Which urgent need she -- First Act which is one which is -- which is street which is forward design.
We don't do this.
-- lead generation over thirty million people.
Wow now to help us understand what appears to be some sort of psychological.
Warfare being played out.
In the media doctor -- -- what psychiatrists member of the Fox News medical eighteen great to have you with -- doctor.
I mean -- -- -- -- that this is getting heavy now I I mean let's let's start with the what is an equation between.
The young Barack Obama.
His while school professor and Art Bell and his other professor Ogletree.
The equating to something.
So the bright -- organizations suggest that is.
Well listen I think Lou it's become increasingly difficult to be disturbed about anything in our culture that isn't calamity.
That appears on the big screen and so the fact that.
The president of the United States is keeping company.
With some one who did a spouse a radical philosophy.
And who is of the same nature in some ways as the reverend Jeremiah Wright.
You'd say well shouldn't that matter.
But you know what in these -- days and days of you know balloon boy things have to be bigger it seems -- reality.
In ordered to reach people.
So I think that we've got a little problem here because maybe that ought to be a smoking gun but in if it's not a machine gun now of information we can't be heard.
Yeah and Asia as you -- professor Ogletree.
Acknowledging saying quote -- quote we did it we don't care that it's out there now.
And and that raises of course all the questions as the bright or urbanization -- is about.
-- in the world was the national media why wasn't that being -- in -- the answer is because as being hidden from them.
In 2000 -- Correct in this.
You know we are talking about the first FaceBook president I think one of the most telling ads of the McCain campaign.
Was when they compared Barack Obama to Paris Hilton.
McCain knew something years campaign did that this is a president who is a famous man first.
A politician perhaps second.
But the trouble with that is under the cloak.
Of entertainment creating a feature film and buy yourself imagine we except.
The narcissus him -- that as just now pedestrian now that that's just to give them.
But underneath that you can have some pretty toxic ideas.
-- real Havoc in the world.
But look -- a celebrity it's a thriller movie there's a theme song how serious could this -- Very serious.
Very serious and as serious as war itself and what we have heard moving into the media.
Is talk of war this little three letter word that is now tripping off the lips of so many.
We have very.
John McCain Senator McCain calling for airstrikes against serious we have the administration's.
Setting the stage for war while offering up period at least the public view of constraint.
The agenda for the foundation.
For war -- your thoughts.
Listen -- -- and in this book understanding media that he wrote said be careful of media that suck you into them.
That make you participate because you get lost in the here we are with people brokering talk of war of that dramatic events on the face of the planet how.
Well through this filter that we've all grown to accept because everybody's gonna FaceBook profile everybody knows about YouTube it's -- if we can't reach each other.
Without going first through a camera.
And that's a very concerning thing because getting to the truth is -- harder and the truth here when you look at these events unfolding.
And and Arab Spring and then you say well the president he was connected with.
-- were some -- radical radical ideas.
Adding up those numbers can get tougher to say well there's a big problem here when you're doing through the filter of entertainment.
Doctor -- have -- thanks for being here.
All right would take.