[UPDATE: Okay, I knew my theory was way too wacky to be true, although I had fun writing it up. Although the White House didn't list it on the official schedule (because Thomas Lifson checked), I should have remembered that the Obama's were hosting the annual Governor's dinner -- the one at which Chris Christie got the royal treatment and Obama kicked out reporters when things got interesting (and I'm sure they exited peacefully baa-ing, as one would expect from Obama's sheeple media.
Incidentally, if something fish is going on with Michelle, this might be it.]
Many have commented upon Michelle Obama being beamed in to present the Best Picture Oscar. It’s certainly a cheapening of the dignity of the White House, not to mention that it’s yet another creepy chapter in the Obama cult of personality.
What I noticed was that Michelle is surrounded by a military entourage. What’s with that?
I’m not the only one who thought Michelle’s military setting was peculiar. Over at American Thinker, Thomas Lifson is also trying to figure that one out:
Speaking of that venue, who were those young men and woman wearing uniforms with braids, framing Mrs. Obama?
I don’t know much about uniforms, but they look kind of military to me. If that’s the case, what kind of event was going on at the White House that night? The President’s schedule doesn’t include any mention of a formal event at the White House.
By the time the program was over, it was almost midnight, so I am pretty sure the president wasn’t out playing golf. I wonder what was going on in the First Family’s residence that night?
I agree — there’s something weird going on here. Was the White House having its own private Academy Awards party? A lot of people do that, but what’s with dragging the military into it?
Here’s a bizarre thought, one that undoubtedly proves that I’ve had too much chocolate this morning: The Academy makes a huge deal out of the fact that results are unknown right up until the very minute the presenter reads them out loud. Is it possible that this was staged, and that Michelle actually filmed this statement hours or days before? After all, this is a make-believe presidency working closely with the chief city of The Land of Make Believe.
Of course, my little theory would require that those young men and women in uniform (Marine and Navy, I believe) either to be complicit in a fraud or, perhaps, be fraudulent themselves — that is, be actors playing dress-up in uniforms. In other words, my little theory is a very big stretch.
It certainly would be a good scandal, of the type that would directly affect Hollywood, if it turned out that this was a fake. I’ll admit that, while trickery is unlikely, it’s still incredibly distasteful to see the American military serve as a backdrop to Hollywood.