Did Obama Campaign Remove Defaced Flag Because It Resembled Bloody Stripes On Libyan Embassy Wall?

September 24, 2012 1:56 pmViews: 652

Some people are wondering now since the controversial defaced American flag that included the Obama campaign logo has been removed from his website, was it because the flag stripes resembled those left on an outside wall of the American embassy in Libya where Ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed?

The picture above is of the controversial Obama flag and the wall of the American Embassy in Libya with the blood stained finger stripes of someone trying to escape or trying to keep from being dragged away during the deadly battle that killed Ambassador Stevens and 3 others. In Photoshop I have taken the Obama flag, removed the campaign logo, flipped and colored the stripes and then superimposed them on the wall of the embassy in Benghazi, Libya.

Obviously it is not an exact match but there is somewhat of a resemblance and if you do a Google image search on "Obama blood stripes" you will see several pictures of the bloody hand-prints on the embassy in Libya.

Was the Obama Our Strips flag print removed because it resembled these bloody handprints? I'll let you make that decision after looking at the photos.

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Proud American says:

So I wasn’t the only person who saw the ” bloody handprints” on Obama’s new American flag. I actually thought the “design” was quite appropriate for Obama. If he had been doing the job that he was elected to do, we wouldn’t see the chaos that we are now seeing in the Middle East. Maybe he should have made some time to attend the daily White House briefings so he would have had a clue what was going on in the world. But then he only has just so much time and there’s Letterman, and of course, The View, Jay z, Beyonce, and etc. Why he even referred to himself as “eye candy” when he was on The View. All this while four American families are grieving over their dead loved ones. If Obama wasn’t so dangerous for our country, and our future, he might be worth a good laugh.