On November 15 President Obama remarked that he was NOT Jonathan Davis, the lead singer of KoЯn.

(Obama with Captain Groberg, photo by Saul Loeb)

During a ceremony held at the nation's most famous residence saw Obama awarding army captain Florent Groberg the Medal of Honor, for his bravery in tackling a suicide bomber in Afghanistan in 2012, and saving dozens of lives.

While recovering in a German hospital, Groberg was visited by Davis, who was there to commend the heroic soldiers, and assumed he had hallucinated the meeting while on major medications.

The president humorously recounted the story in his ceremony speech about Groberg.

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A video posted by Jonathan Davis Official (@jdevil33) on Nov 12, 2015 at 1:09pm PST


"Flo thought, 'What's going on? Am I hallucinating?' But he wasn't. It was all real. And so today, Flo, I want to assure you, you are not hallucinating. You are actually in the White House. Those cameras are on. I am not the lead singer from KoЯn . We are here to award you our nation's highest military distinction. We are here to award you our nation's highest military distinction."

User Hudson Hongo apparently became fixated on this comment, and decided to prove to Obama that he is, in fact, Jonathan Davis (who ironically is not a fan of the president), by splicing together footage of various Obama speeches to match the chorus of the nu-metal legends' most famous tune "Freak On a Leash."

The result is...well...mind numbing.

Watch below.












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