The folks over at Funny or Die want to make sure that Herman Cain's name is not sullied by the liberal media.

So, the Herman Cain Sexual Harassment Ad features all of the women Cain has not sexually harassed speaking out against all the lies.

The tongue-in-cheek, two-minute Public Service Announcement is quickly gaining popularity, receiving over 250 Facebook likes shortly after its posting.  

Funny or Die includes a synopsis for the PSA: The women who know Herman Cain, and some that don't, come to his defense against charges of sexual harassment.

The hilarious skit opens with an actual clip of Cain discussing the sexual harassment allegations against him at the Republican debate on CNBC.

For every one person that comes forward with a false accusation, there are probably... there are thousands who will say none of that sort of activity ever came from Herman Cain, the GOP candidate said.

Funny or Die then features a montage of various women, stating their names and voicing I've never been sexually harassed by Herman Cain.

The women then cry out for the Democratic machine and the liberal media to Stop the lies!

One of the females then says, Herman Cain has got a lot of stuff twirling around in his head and he doesn't have time for sexual harassment.

Another adds, He's always making sure we check for breast cancer and look for lumps. Pretty much every day.

I've never met him and I have no idea who he is. So I'm virtually positive he hasn't harassed me.

Then a rather dazed looking man pops up saying, I'm a dude so mostly we just talked about how much we both like t------.

One of those who spoke in the beginning reappears. Let's say he's harassed 90 women. That's only 0.000000214 percent of the world's entire female population, she mocks. 

The hilarious PSA ends with a woman, who had stated her support for Cain at the start, saying, Herman Cain actually just sexually harassed me while you were filming those other women. So... uh... I'm gonna go.

The Funny or Die piece closes with a clip from Cain's Smoking ad.

Meanwhile, Cain himself is attempting to salvage his chance at the White House by campaigning in New Hampshire. NH will be the state to hold the first GOP primary vote, reports Politico, and Cain is further behind here than in both the national and Iowa polls. 

Well, let's just say we always try to come in first, Cain said after an event had at a half-empty NH hotel ballroom. But if we come in second, that's not the end of the world. We still would consider that momentum.

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