Fehrnstrom said Obama followed Romney's advice to help save the auto industry during an appearance at a Saturday roundtable discussion hosted by the The Washington Post.
Previously, Romney had been though to have opposed the successful bailout. He once said “you can kiss the auto industry goodbye” if it was bailed out by Obama.
Fehrnstrom went even further in the interview. He claimed that it was, in fact, Mitt Romney that shot Osama bin Laden dead in Pakistan in 2011. For evidence, he produced this recording of an interview with an anonymous member of Seal Team Six.
“Sure, he was there. I mean, he stood out, because all the rest of us were wearing night cammies and he was wearing jeans and Gucci loafers. Also, he spoke French, which was not necessary in Pakistan. We had, as everybody knows, a highly-trained, titanium-toothed military attack dog to assist us in our mission. He suggested we tie it to the roof of the chopper.
“That put the rest of the team off him for the ride to Abbatobad. No one said a word to the guy, but once the mission got underway he proved to be a pretty good Seal. Charged right into battle and shot everything that moved. Ran up the steps and put a round into Osama’s bean before you could say ‘Etch-A-Sketch.’ Pure killing machine. A little over-enthusiastic, though. I overheard him saying ‘God, this is fun. Whole town full of sleeping Pakis out there. Let’s just keep going. I don’t have to be back on US soil until the Iowa caucuses.”
When his interviewers expressed skepticism about Fehrnstrom’s story he snapped, “Hey! You guys just don’t know Mitt! Before this campaign is through, you'll find out that besides killing Bin Laden, he also masterminded the Arab Spring, became a world-class Sudoku player, and advised Mark Zuckerman to invent Facebook if he ever hoped to lose his virginity.”