Last week, The Blaze brought you the first official trailer for the epic Hollywood-produced Obama documentary: The Road We’ve Traveled.
By the looks of it, this 17-minute film has everything: Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) narrates the commercials, there are first-hand accounts of America’s experience with President Obama via Rahm Emanuel and David Axelrod, and – most importantly – the whole thing is directed by a “documentarian” who can find no wrong with the film’s subject.
What’s not to like?
Anyway, we knew you liked the first trailer so much that we couldn’t wait to bring you the second (via barackobama.com), which reminds America that the president killed Osama bin Laden:
Wait. Is this really what the documentary is all about? Is the Obama epic going to focus mainly on the termination of Osama Bin Laden? It would seem it's at least a major part.
Last week, when we showed you the first official trailer, we noted Byron York’s snarky quip:
If this second trailer is any indication of what to expect from the 17-minute documentary, team Obama is making a bee-line for the “I got Bin Laden” narrative.