As part of the US election's dirty tricks, an anti-Barack Obama documentary that claims the President's mother once posed for pornographic photos wearing bondage gear is being sent to millions of voters in swing states. The film also alleges that Obama's real father is left wing poet and Communist party activist Frank Marshall Davis, and that Dunham's marriage was a 'sham' to cover this up. The real story is that his mother's marriage to Barack Obama Sr was a sham to cover up her affair with Davis, who Obama has referred to as his 'mentor'. Davis supposedly photographed Dunham while she was pregnant with Obama'.
More than a million voters in swing states are being sent an anti-Obama documentary that claims the President's mother once posed for pornographic photos wearing bondage gear. The shocking - and totally unfounded - claims made in the DVD represent a new low in the election dirty tricks war today provoking fury among Democrats and likely to trigger outrage in the White House. The film also alleges that Mr Obama's real father is left wing poet poet and Communist party activist Frank Marshall Davis, and that Ms Dunham's marriage was a 'sham' to cover this up. Scroll down for video. Accusations: An outrageous video is alleging that President Obama's mother, Ann Dunham, starred in pornographic photo shoots and that his real father is really Communist activist Frank Marshall Davis right.
It presents his conspiracy theory  that U. Reviews of the film were generally negative, noting that Gilbert had not proved any of his allegations, and the film was described as a "pseudo-documentary" and in "bad taste". Filmmaker Gilbert claims that the senior Dunham was not a furniture salesman, but rather a Central Intelligence Agency CIA agent tasked with monitoring communists in Hawaii. In his memoir, Obama had noted that his grandfather Stanley Dunham and Davis were friends in Hawaii, and both had grown up in Kansas. Filmmaker Gilbert said the film was the result of two years of research. He claims he found nude and fetish photos of Obama's late mother Ann Dunham, which he says were taken in late by Davis in Davis' Hawaii home. Gilbert compared these to Dunham's high school pictures and says he found the similarity to be "obvious". The Hollywood Reporter said, "He did not use an expert, however, to support his finding. Gilbert says that more than one million copies of his film were mailed to voters in Iowa, Ohio, Nevada, New Hampshire and Colorado prior to the United States presidential election.