Bryan Fischer made a bizarre claim on his American Family Association radio show today that President Obama was photoshopped into a picture of the White House Situation Room during the Bin Laden mission.
Fischer claimed, without proof, that President Obama didn't want to be near the room in case anything went wrong, notes RightWingWatch.org (video below).
"I believe if you go look at that picture (below). I think the odds are good that he was photoshopped into that picture. You look at it, look at the size of his head. I mean, I encourage you, go look at that picture, look at the size of his head compared to the size of the head of everybody else in the room," said Fischer.
"Even people standing in the back of the room, their heads are bigger than his head, which looks teeny-tiny next to the people he is sitting next to. He looks kinda hunched over and small. I think it got photoshopped in after the deal."
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"I think Obama's approach was, 'Hey if this thing goes south, I don't want to be in the room. I don't want to be anywhere near this thing if it blows up. If it succeeds, if it's an outstanding success then photoshop me in there,'" claimed Fischer.
Fischer failed to note the mission was not an outstanding success, one U.S. helicopter crashed and had to be blown up by the Navy SEALS, noted Reuters.
A more logical explanation is that the people closest to the camera have larger heads and bodies.