In preparation for this fall's presidential election, the President and his campaign put together a group of people whose job it is to fact check many of his opponents ads, as well as ads put out by third party groups. This particular clip is in response to an ad put out by the Koch brothers, who made many baseless claims and spent 6.1 million dollars airing the ad around the country. The ad is an attempt by the Obama campaign to refute the claims made by the Koch brothers.
The video goes line by line from the original Koch brother's ad and refutes every single baseless claim made in the ad. The ad itself is visually simple, which in my opinion is a plus. There is only one woman speaking and directs her speech to everyday Americans who heard her message. The ad calls out every baseless fact claim made by the Koch brother's ad. One effective use of a visual aid was when proving money was spent in the United States and not in China, Mexico, or anywhere else, the viewer is shown a Google Maps image of the exact location that received government money. This use of visual media totally refutes the claims made in the original commercial and is a fantastic example of a visual rebuttal.