Wednesday, April 1, 2015
New Jersey, April 1st—Actor and spokesman Will Smith has announced he will be running for president in the 2016 campaign.
At a recent promotional meetup advocating Smith’s latest film, Blackface, the star revealed his plans to not only run for president, but take the competition by storm.
After the initial shock, scientists decided to undergo a little research.
Researchers at the University of Fiasco Liaf in Texas presented a case study about how random participants respond to different actors.
According to the study, 86.98% of participants chose Will Smith over Steve Carell when asked to choose who would best fit the title of The President of theUnited States.
“This discovery,” remarks FL Texas professor Gongan Johanlass, “signifies a clear correlation between those perceived as leaders and actors who play in alien movies.”
Further research was conducted by Mallop Poll to 1,500 citizens across the US.
The findings are groundbreaking.
When asked to identify why Will Smith would be best in the role of President, 97% of participants chose option D, which was “because he has facial hair.”
A new initiative is being conducted to conclude why this is the case, and we’ll fill you in on the details as they come. In the mean time, we’ll be on the edge of our seats waiting for what kind of killer campaign Smith has to offer.
So, until then, happy April 1st.