UnNews:Exclusive: White House Visitor's Log

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17 June 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Secret Service, upon instructions from President Obama, has blocked access to the Visitor's Log of the White House, same as George Bush had - and obviously for the same reasons.

Watchdog Agencies are arguing that the records should be released, "as it would show who has been going to the President to influence policy decisions that affect everyone."

But the President is arguing that the records should not be released, "as it would show who has been going to the President to influence policy decisions that affect everyone."

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Click to enlarge, and learn the sordid tale.

It is suspected that only such a fair, impartial, and non-politically motivated body such as the Supreme Court can ultimately decide this. It was expected that we'd have to wait till then.

Yet an intrepid UnNews Reporter has managed to obtain a copy of the Visitor's Log. It was quickly found, by even the most casual reading, that the Visitor's Log named names - names that probably did not want to be known to the public. It is expected that this document will not only have far reaching implications for his administration, but may even affect Obama's marriage to Michelle.

Here then, without delay, is the copy of the log. It is as chilling in it's implications as one might imagine.

EXTRA - This is intrepid UnNews Reporter Clemens, letting you know that the above article was read by the President of the United States, who so feared it's accuracy that he exercised his executive authority to have it censored! Move over, The Onion, now all the world knows where Obama goes each day for his up-to-the-microsecond news!!

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