YouTube Cooking the Books on Obama Worship Video?

CookbookIf you’ve been around the internet for long, you know that Google is like most major media organizations today: liberal to the core.  They ignore patriotic holidays with their rotating search engine logos, conservative websites seem to have an unusually hard time getting good coverage in search rankings, and so on.

Maybe you also heard about the video of school children being led in a worshipful song about Barack Obama that was reminiscent of “Jesus Loves the Little Children.”  That video disappeared from YouTube earlier this morning…only to be replaced by someone who had the foresight to download a copy of it before it disappeared.

Now comes word from Selwyn Duke at RenewAmerica of some funny business with the viewership stats on this video at YouTube.

Duke said he checked the video himself and saw only 363 hits at 1:04 pm…while it had 2,279 comments.  What’s wrong with this picture?  Even touchy-feely liberal self-esteem-friendly math can’t seem to account for this.

So he tracked it further…

I tracked the video a bit myself. Now, remember that it had 363 hits at 1:04 p.m. Here’s what I found.

  • Approximately 1:25 p.m.: the video still supposedly had only 363 hits but had 2,500 comments.
  • 1:39 p.m.: still only 363 hits but 2,668 comments.
  • 2:16 p.m.: 363 hits but 3,018 comments.

You get the idea.

Yes, we do get the idea.

Is it just a glitch at YouTube? Or is it a clumsy but deliberate attempt by Leftist Google to keep the hit ranking of this video low so that it doesn’t make “Top Video” listings which would give it even more exposure?

Liberals feel a virtually irresistible compulsion to protect their Obamessiah from blasphemy or other negative comments, so it seems quite credible that Google doesn’t want the Obamessiah receiving any more negative exposure than he already is through this video.

It ain’t easy being a truth-teller in an age of liberal dominance…but it’s worth it all the same!

5 Responses to “YouTube Cooking the Books on Obama Worship Video?”

  1. HA! Last night when I saw this video linked off of Drudge, I noticed the number of hits on it was very low, though I can't remember the actual number, it was only a few hundred. I was thinking this video is on DRUDGE, and this hit-count can't be right! I thought the same thing then that you and Selwyn are saying. I knew this would “hit the fan” today, and I'm not surprised You Tube tried to bury it. These evil maniacs on the left are unbridled in their fervor to protect Obamination's image. But, it ain't workin'! The horse is out of the barn!

    Gina Miller

  2. Today, I hear people on the radio defending the video, saying that it was recorded in February as part of black history month. Well, according to Foxnews.com (http://tinyurl.com/ycbelbq), the guy who posted that video on You Tube claims he spoke to the woman who originally posted the video on her website (the woman who wrote, “I am Barack Obama,” Charisse Carney-Nunes) , and she insists that the video was recorded in June as a Father's Day tribute to Obama.

    This is a major distinction. These people are lying about when the video was recorded, trying to cover up the extreme indoctrination factor. They're trying to give the black history month cover to make it sound legitimate, when in fact, it was actually done as a Father's Day tribute to Obama, though no matter when it was done, it was very wrong. This is indoctrination to the extreme, where little kids are being taught to put their faith in Father Obama.

    Despicable.

    Gina Miller

  3. Today, I hear people on the radio defending the video, saying that it was recorded in February as part of black history month. Well, according to Foxnews.com (http://tinyurl.com/ycbelbq), the guy who posted that video on You Tube claims he spoke to the woman who originally posted the video on her website (the woman who wrote, “I am Barack Obama,” Charisse Carney-Nunes) , and she insists that the video was recorded in June as a Father's Day tribute to Obama.

    This is a major distinction. These people are lying about when the video was recorded, trying to cover up the extreme indoctrination factor. They're trying to give the black history month cover to make it sound legitimate, when in fact, it was actually done as a Father's Day tribute to Obama, though no matter when it was done, it was very wrong. This is indoctrination to the extreme, where little kids are being taught to put their faith in Father Obama.

    Despicable.

    Gina Miller