Sarah Silverman Offers Lesbian Sex To Republican Billionaire Sheldon Adelson To Sponsor Obama [Video]

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Funny girl Sarah Silverman recently starred in the R-rated video “An Indecent Proposal from Sarah Silverman,” which aims to criticize major Republican donor Sheldon Adelson for donating to Mitt Romney.

In the video, Silverman humorously campaigns against Romney by offering to perform a sex act with Adelson if he donates his money to the Obama campaign instead.

The video opens with: “Billionaires are giving Romney a record breaking amount of money for his campaign this year. 78-year-old casino magnate Sheldon Adelson of Las Vegas, has pledged to give Romney $100 million to defeat Barack Obama.”

The comedian offers Adelson her own “indecent proposal,” in which she says she will see him “through to fruition [via] lesbian sex” if he promises “to give that $100 million to Obama instead of Romney.”

Silverman then appears in a bikini on a couch, attempting to demonstrate lesbian sex with her dog.

She encourages viewers to go to a website “to help cut Mitt Romney free from his sugar daddy.”

The video criticizes the PAC-funding of Romney. However, the Jewish Council for Education and Research, a Federal Super PAC relying on private funding, paid for the video and its website.

Red Alert Politics discourages people from watching the video because it “degrades politics.” Those who watch the video are encouraged to complain if they are offended.

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