Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar, the GOP congressman who became famous when his six brothers and sisters appeared in campaign ads warning people not to vote for him, Tweeted a fake photo that showed Obama shaking hands with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani with the caption, "The world is a better place without these guys in power."
People pointed out that the photo was a fake based on a 2011 photo of Obama and India's prime minister:
Gosar pretended he knew that all along, calling everyone who called him out "dim witted":
People responded with their own fakes, like these:
And real photos, like this:
My favorite Gosar fake is the one at the top, created by our own @beschizza.
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