An apology? Seriously? I wonder how Scooter Libby feels about this:
The director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, issued an extraordinary apology to leaders of the US Senate intelligence committee on Thursday, conceding that the agency employees spied on committee staff and reversing months of furious and public denials. [emphasis added to quotes]
Posted in Birth Certificate Fraud, Corruption, Ideology, Investigations, Most Corrupt Politicians, Obama Eligibility, Open Threads, Vetting Obama
Tagged Amdrea Mitchell, Barack Hussein Obama II, CIA, Dean Boyd, Dianne Feinstein, Federal Records Act, FOIA, Ineligibility, John O. Brennan, Mark Udall, Obama birth certificate, open thread, Passportgate, Scooter Libby, SSCI, Steve Aftergood
Will There Be A September Surprise…for Obama?
All Congressmen Were Sent a Notarized Letter from Lucas Daniel Smith affirming that he had a copy of Obama’s birth certificate from Kenya.
The Post and Email held an exclusive interview with Lucas Daniel Smith where he maintains that the Birth Certificate he got in Kenya, Africa is that of Barack Hussein Obama.
Lucas gained notoriety last year when he produced the copy and tried to sell it on Ebay. He produced a videotape of his time in Africa obtaining it. He also was supposed to be witness in Orly Taitz’s case in California with Judge Carter presiding. In an unexpected turn of events, Judge Carter did not take a deposition and the evidence was not heard. Between court appearances, the judge, who had promised a hearing based on evidence and discovery in the lawsuit changed his demeanor and tone. He dismissed the case. Later, it was discovered that Judge Carter hired a law clerk that worked in the offices of Robert Bauer, Obama’s personal attorney. Bauer was the one responsible for answering multiple eligibility lawsuits, and is now the White House Counsel. Continue reading
Posted in Natural Born Citizen Discussion, Obama Eligibility, Uncategorized
Tagged Barack Hussein Obama Jr., Barack Hussein Obama Sr., birth certificate, bribes, Coast Province General Hospital, Congress, Congressional Hearing, Constitution Article II Section I, Helton Maganga, Ineligibility, James O. W. Ang'awa, John Kwame Odongo, Johnny H. Kilian, Judge Carter, Kenya, Library of Congress, Lucas Daniel Smith, Lucas Smith, Mark Troyer, Mombasa Kenya, Orly Taitz, Robert Bauer, The British Protectorate of Kenya