Above is a clip from Sheriff Arpaio’s last news conference on the long-form, allegedly original birth certificate that Barack H. Obama had put onto the White House website in 2011. He did this in response to a challenge by now-President-elect Donald J. Trump. It was alleged in a press conference presented by Obama’s administration that this was an authentic birth certificate, direct from the Hawaiian Dept. of Health, and that Savannah Guthrie even “felt” the raised seal on the “birth certificate.” All despite that the “birth certificate” was nothing more than a printout from a digital image that Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse has concluded was manufactured as a digital image. In other words, the “authentic” document doesn’t exist in three-dimensional space, at least not as portrayed on the White House website.
If you want to see the most pertinent parts of the news conference, go to 8:30 minutes into the video and watch for about 8 minutes. The bottom line is that two professional forensic examinations (one in the U.S. and one by experts in Italy) concluded that there are 9 specific points on the digital image of Obama’s so-called birth certificate that were, in their opinion and to a high degree of confidence, copied to Obama’s digital birth certificate from the original birth certificate of a woman named Johanna Ah’Nee. That woman was born days after Obama’s alleged birth date, and apparently her original birth certificate somehow was available to these alleged forgers.
The Ah’Nee document was in the possession of the Cold Case Posse from 2011, obtained from WND’s Jerome Corsi. Mike Zullo, of the Cold Case Posse, apparently has no idea how the document fell into Corsi’s hands; but one might presume that it was turned over to him by an interested party/whistleblower/leaker. Corsi was among those who first began to investigate Obama’s fake birth certificate, although the word certificate should be plural, given that Obama’s “short-form birth certificate” that was posted on partisan blogs back when Obama ran for his first term as president is also probably forged.
We have been looking into the issue of Obama’s fake, forged, and/or disappeared documents, as well as his fabulous biography and the lack of documents to support it, for over 8 years. Links to our work will be provided at the bottom of this post, as time allows to find the most pertinent ones. (Coming soon!)
In the meantime, please weigh in to let us know what you think about the “universe-shattering” information for which we’ve waited so long.
The entire news conference has not yet been viewed by us here, but this is a link, for those who want to see it all. Here’s a link to an Arizona story about the news conference, for the local point of view. Here’s a link to WND’s viewpoint, although not written by Jerome Corsi. Here’s a link to an ABC News story about the presser.
Update: Here are links to previous stories at WTPOTUS about the birth certificates:
This link is particularly pertinent today–a debunking of a FactCheck blog post that itself claimed to debunk now-President-elect Trump’s comments about Obama’s lack of a birth certificate. This happened before Obama succumbed to Trump’s pressure and released what Arpaio contends is a forgery, posted on the White House website. This “birth certificate” has never been made available to the public, nor has anyone in authority ever vouched for the accuracy of what the image purports to prove. Notably, the “birth certificate” was never presented to any court of law in which citizens attempted to contest Obama’s claimed eligibility for the office of the presidency. Why not? Because it’s a forgery? Coincidentally (or not) it was reported today that Facebook plans to censor “fake news” on its users’ news feeds, to prevent them from swallowing “false” information, because, as we well know, liberals think that everyone else is stupid and that only they can and should be arbiters of “truth,” as they see it. Are stories about Sheriff Arpaio being shared today on Facebook, or are they suppressed? To prove that this censorship, supposedly done for your own good, is simply a partisan ploy, consider that the chosen supposedly independent, third-party fact-checking organizations are all known liberal partisan hacks, associated with the biased mainstream media. FactCheck is among them. Read our post to see how they obfuscate and lie by not telling the whole story. Consider this language from FactCheck:
The evidence [there is none] that Obama was born in the U.S.A. is so overwhelming that we haven’t had much to say lately about the sort of bogus claims that Trump repeats. … But when a leading prospect for the Republican presidential nomination embraces and repeats these spurious claims and groundless conspiracy theories on national television, we are forced to wade into this swamp once again.
Do the highlighted passages sound like an unbiased statement of fact or partisan propaganda? As I wrote then,
TRUTH: No truly nonpartisan, factchecking organization would use terms such as “spurious”, “groundless conspiracy theories” or “swamp” when describing one side of an argument to be analyzed with an open mind and resolved via the presentation of facts. By using such terms, they prove their partisan BIAS.
Yet Facebook chooses them to edit and censor and “fact check” any story shared on users’ feeds, if enough
users trolls report the story as “fake news.” Thus, as with all the original birther stories, the progressives who support Obama and his ilk will control what YOU see and prevent your friends from sharing with you stories they know are of interest to you.
This second article about Obama’s first “birth certificate”, the SFCOLB, illustrates how another allegedly non-partisan fact-checking website (Snopes) used evidence from a “birther” rather than from a supposedly authentic site. In other words, they used as source material (to prove their version of the “facts”) an image that they cadged from a photo site that today they would label “fake news!”
This article analyzes the language of the press conference, in which the administration presented the alleged “original long-form” birth certificate that Obama had his people post on the White House website.