Birther Infomercial Asks ‘Where Was President Obama Born?’

This is a highlight reel of a birther infomercial running on a CBS affiliate in Texas and elsewhere around the country this week. The full video can be viewed HERE.The edited version of the 28-minute “birthermercial” was prepared by TalkingPointsMemo. According to TPM:

The program was produced by, a website affiliated with Bill Keller, a fundamentalist Christian minister who also hosts the infomercial.

Imprisoned in the late 1980s after an insider trading conviction, Keller later committed his life to God, attended Liberty University in Virginia, and founded Bill Keller Ministries, according to his bio. was “founded for the sole purpose of having a site on the internet where people can go 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for prayer.”

Besides being a forum for prayer requests, features the Birther infomercial and a “False Hope” program advertised with a picture of Obama crudely photoshopped next to Hitler. Keller has called Islam a “false religion that follows a false god that will lead them to eternal condemnation.”

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2 Responses for “Birther Infomercial Asks ‘Where Was President Obama Born?’”

  1. Marvin says:

    This is unfortunate. I was happy to have not heard much about these “birther” morons recently. It’s sad to know that they are still spreading their BS. It’s sad that these people will stop at nothing to try and destroy the President’s credibility. Of course all they are really doing is destroying their own.

  2. Dianne says:

    “destroying their own.” Hehe! They really are! It’s fun watching them go down, isn’t it? Maybe there’ll soon be a permanent democratic party?

    And it’s a riot that their supporters aare being asked to spend thirty dollars to support their crooked cause. The truest statement of republicans: All that matters is the money.

    Whatever happened to share and share alike?

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