The people over at Fox News are apparently so offended by President Barack Obama’s yearly NCAA basketball tournament picks that they have decided to mock him with a hilarious segment called “Constitutional Madness.”
“President Obama is busy completing his March Madness bracket, we’ve been breaking down a Constitutional Madness bracket,” host Steve Doocy explained on Wednesday. “It asks America which of the president’s many constitutional violations is the worst.”
On the most recent edition of the segment, “Obamacare subsidies” went up against “Abortion.”
“Abortion won!” Doocy announced. “It makes it into the Sweet 16.”
In the second match up, the “Individual Mandate” beat out “Death Panels.”
As the segment concluded, Doocy asked Fox News contributor Peter Johnson Jr. if he was “amazed” that they could find 64 of Obama’s constitutional violations to compete in the bracket.
“I think there has been a determination by this president to redistribute wealth in this country,” Johnson opined, holding a miniature basketball in his hands. “This is an important and elegant way to look at a real serious problem in this country.”
“And we’re doing it through March Madness. We have the Obamacare trifecta today. They launched a trifecta on the American public. Not three points!”
Watch this video from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast March 26, 2014.