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Ever wonder what Jack Black thinks of President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran? No? Well, you're about to find out anyway.

In a new YouTube video produced by anti-nuclear group Global Zero, the comedian along with fellow actors Morgan Freeman and Natasha Lyonne and ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame, Queen Noor of Jordan and retired U.S. Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering urges Americans to support the recently signed deal, which would prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon for at least a decade.

Morgan Freeman and Jack Black Tell Congress to Approve Iran Deal So We Don't End Up 'Super Dead'
By Tierney McAfee @tierneymcafee 07/29/2015 AT 04:35 PM EDT


President Obama has a new surrogate defending him against birthers and healthcare critics like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce: School of Rock star Jack Black. Playing the role of the "Mis-Informant" in a new YouTube series, Black and actress America Ferrerra are headlining an effort to stifle the president's critics and build support for the administration's healthcare reform.

Black and Ferrerra star in a series of videos from Health Care for America Now, a coalition of over 1,000 organizations in 46 states that support Obama's healthcare reform. In the videos, the stars lampoon "corporate liars for hire" and right-leaning critics of the president.

In the video going up Thursday, Black plays a young school child who says he gets paid to lie about the president and his programs. At one point he's shown drawing a picture of the president, wearing a turban. Black says that he is showing "Obama in his birthplace, Tijerkistan." In an earlier scene, a little girl says that she wants to be a doctor. Black laughs and says, "Obamacare is a socialist plot to take decision out of the hands of our doctors." At one point he has to read his lines off his palm, a likely slap at Sarah Palin who also did that once.

Jack Black Joins Defense of Obama Healthcare Plan School of Rock actor lampoons critics of Obama and healthcare.
By Paul Bedard | Staff Writer Oct. 12, 2010, at 11:45 a.m.


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