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A new online video starring Samuel L. Jackson reading a "children's" story targets people who supported Barack Obama in 2008 and have now, according to Jackson, fallen asleep.

The nearly four-minute long video has vulgar language bleeped out while hitting on many hot button issues leading up the presidential election on Nov. 6.

The video was paid for by by the Jewish Council for Education and Research,, and is not authorized by any candidate or candidates committee.

The website has the video broken up into specific talking points for what they say your friends or family may need to "wake up" on.

* WARNING: The below video contains strong language and may be found offensive by some.,

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