Bobby Jindal Exorcism: Film Mockingly Depicts Governor Jindal In ‘Ivy League Exorcist’

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A new comedy short film, “Ivy League Exorcist:  The Bobby Jindal Story” is rasing eyebrows.  California filmmakers, Cult Jam Productions recently premiered the film at Comic Con, and now the video is on You Tube.

The film is poking fun at Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s so-called experience with an exorcism on one of his college friends, Susan while at Brown University.  Inspiration for the flick, which cost $300 to make came after filmmakers read an article, “Beating A Demon: Physical Dimensions of Spiritual Warfare” written in 1994 by Gov. Jindal for the New Oxford Review.  The article described his friend’s exorcism, and how he protected her with holy water and crucifixes.

Some Louisiana voters we talked to think the flim is only coming to light now because he’s a possible contender for Vice-President with Republican hopeful, Mitt Romney.

Gov. Jindal’s spokesman, Kyle Plotkin said, “The movie is insane.  It’s just plain absurd.”

WGNO News found the casting call for “Ivy League Exorcist: The Bobby Jindal Story”, and it clearly states it’s a comedy film.

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