An aspiring comedian, Max Rice, pretended to be a former supporter for President Barack Obama who has become a supporter of Mitt Romney for an appearance on the "Fox & Friends" morning show during a segment that suggested the unemployment rate for people 18-24 could cost Obama the youth vote.

Fox news is investigating the prank, but if they checked out the statement that Max Rice gave the website RawStory.com they may find their answers.

"The first thing that shocked me is that they were that desperate to find someone that fit that category. What they were seeking is someone who voted for Obama in 2008, then somewhere in the last four years got disenfranchised and now is a huge Romney supporter. But I feel like anyone who fits that mold would also dis Romney at the same time. So, they just couldn't find anyone. They're in New York City, so they had to go find a kid in Chicago."