The Fraud Is Discovered

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There Is No Birth Certificate
We know from "Dreams...," that Obama says he has a birth certificate.  He tells us so (Pg. 26 last paragraph):
         

"I discovered this article, folded away among my birth certificate and old vaccination forms, when I was in high school.  It's a short piece, with a photograph of him.  No mention is made of my mother or me, and I'm left to wonder whether the omission was intentional on my father's part, in anticipation of his long departure.  Perhaps the reporter failed to ask personal questions, intimidated by my father's imperious manner; or perhaps it was an editorial decision, not part of the simple story that they were looking for.  I wonder, too, whether the omission caused a fight between my parents."

    
For the longest time, the assumption was that Obama was refusing to release his long-form birth certificate for one of two reasons:
    

1.  There was something on the document, or missing from the document, that Obama didn't want the American People to see.

2.  There was no document, and the above passage was just another Obama fantasy.

    
As a result of Hawaiian governor, Neil Abercrombie's investigation, we have since learned that Obama has no long-form birth certificate, and that the only birth evidence held by Hawaii are hand-written notes filed in Hawaii's "archives."  That created the need for the phony COLB.

And once the COLB was released, the deed was done.  Team Obama had released a fraudulent document. They knew it to be a fraudulent document -- and it was identified as bogus almost immediately, and by Obama's own supporters -- the gambit had failed.

Now, the conspirators were committed.  Facing Leavenworth, they began their cover up.
    

The Fraud Is Discovered

    
     
It was the Daily Kos that posted the now-infamous Certification of Live Birth (COLB) image along with a cover story on June 12, 2008. The Kos received 648 comments in a span of only 24 hours, of which the first 644 were about the most insipid, lame, and mindless reactions ever accumulated in one place.
 
This was the beginning of the COLB controversy. The controversy wasn't started by "Birthers." It was started by the Obama Campaign and the Daily Kos, and FactCheck.org was introduced into the conspiracy.
 
The vast majority of the associated comments consisted of derogatory remarks about John McCain and his eligibility issue.
 
HOWEVER, there was one, brave Kos commenter who identified all of the key anomalies in the COLB image and had the stones to question itís authenticity.  Her screen name is AsperGirl and her comment was #643, or one of the last five comments to be posted -- her comment begins, "Sorry to disabuse you folks, but this birth certificate on daily kos is an obvious fake."
 
Her comments hit too close to home. She struck a nerve, and thatís why the comments section was closed off to new ones less than three hours after the original post.

 
Click here for the complete Daily Kos page that began the Obama eligibility issue (big file).
The Discovery

The same day,  June 12, 2008, the Daily Kos posted the now-infamous Certification of Live Birth (COLB) image along with a cover story.  Kos received 648 comments in a span of only 24 hours (the first 644 were about the most insipid, lame, and mindless reactions ever accumulated in one place).

 

The vast majority of the comments consisted of derogatory comments about John McCain and his eligibility issue:

 

HOWEVER, there was one, brave Kos commenter who identified all of the key anomalies in the COLB image and had the stones to question itís authenticity.  Her screen name is "AsperGirl" and her comment was #643, or one of the last five comments to be posted.

 

Why is this significant?

 

Because I believe that her comments hit too close to home. I believe that she struck a nerve, and thatís why the comments section was closed off to new ones less than three hours after he post.

 

Here are her comments, and they serve as a testament to those loyal to the truth:

 

Birth Certificate is an Obvious Fake (0+ / 0-)

 

Sorry to disabuse you folks, but this birth certificate on dailykos is an obvious fake.

 

The fake "birth certificate" just appeared Thursday morning on dailykos without any reference as to who released it or where it came from.

 

There is a link from the FightTheSmears website to "the truth" posting on MyBarackObama.com to it without any reference. (i.e. there is no "this is Barack Obamaís birth certificate provided to dailykos by person xxx of the Obama campaign")

 

There is no provenance explaining where the "birth certificate" came from.  In Hawaii, birth certificates arenít publicly available and reportersí requests for one have been ignored for months.

 

There is no explanation as to whom vouches for its origins or its authenticity.

 

The certificate number is blacked out.  Why?

 

There are image artifacts consistent with forgeries and image processing.  Itís not a real, unprocessed scan of a birth certificate. 

Itís not certified.  Hawaii state code provides that certificates issued by the department of health be certified:

 

"ß338-13 Certified copies.  (a) Subject to the requirements of sections 338-16, 338-17, and 338-18, the department of health shall, upon request, furnish to any applicant a certified copy of any certificate, or the contents of any certificate, or any part thereof.  (b) Copies of the contents of any certificate on file in the department, certified by the department shall be considered for all purposes the same as the original,..."

 

This certificate is what the Hawaii DOH calls a "Late" Certificate of Birth, and it is not an original Birth Certificate for a birth recorded near the date of actual birth.  In Hawaii, anyone can claim they were born there and submit the evidence years after the birth to obtain a late "Certificate of Birth".

 

http://hawaii.gov/...

 

"Who is Eligible to Apply for Late Registration?  As provided by law (HRS ßß338-15, 338-29.5), the following persons may apply for late registration: Any person born in Hawaii who is one year old or older and whose birth has not been previously registered in Hawaii, or that personís parent, guardian, next of kin, or older person acting for that person and having knowledge of the facts of birth may request the registration of a late certificate of birth.

 

Doe the Obama campaign have a statement on this uncertified "birth certificate?"

 

Isnít this Obamaís "birth certificate" issue getting to be kind of strange by now?

 

How can a man run for President without disclosing his birth certificate?

 

Why does an anonymous, no-provenance, obviously fake scan of an uncertified birth certificate appear on DailyKos, a fanatically pro-Obama blog?

 

Why wonít the Obamas or the Obama campaign just formally and transparently release a certified copy of Barack Obamaís birth certificate?

 

"Itís like these guys take pride in being ignorant." - Barack Obama

 

by AsperGirl on Fri Jun 13, 2008 at 08:05:30 AM PDT

      

It's Photoshopped!
On June 24th, 2008, twelve days after the Daily Kos unveiled Obama's "birth certificate," Israeli Insider blog reported the "birth certificate" claimed by the Barack Obama campaign is not certified as authentic and appears to be a Photoshopped fake.

The image, purporting to come from the Hawaii Department of Health, has been the subject of intense skepticism in the blogosphere in the past two weeks.  But now the senior spokesman of that Department has confirmed to Israel Insider what are the required features of a certified birth document -- features that Obama's purported "birth certificate" clearly lack.

The image became increasingly suspect with Israel Insider's revelation that variations of the certificate image were
posted on the Photobucket image aggregation website -- including one listing the location of Obama's birth as Antarctica, one with the certificate supposedly issued by the government of North Korea, and another including a purported photo of baby Barack -- one of which has a "photo taken" time-stamp just two minutes before the article and accompanying image was posted on the left-wing Daily Kos blog.

That strongly suggests that Daily Kos obtained the image from Photobucket, not the State of Hawaii, the Obama family, or the Obama Campaign.  Photobucket is not generally known as a credible supplier of official vital records for any of the fifty states, and the liberties that other Photoshoppers took with the certificates confirms this.

So, where did it come from, really?

In 2010,
this video turned up.  It shows Robert Gibbels clearly saying, "I've seen the real birth certificate.  I put it on the Internet."

Obama, his press secretary, and campaign people forged these COLBs for the express purpose of misrepresenting Obama's bona fides.   Obama, his campaign, and Factcheck committed Federal document fraud, Internet fraud, voter fraud, and election fraud by producing and presenting these counterfeits as real.

Then, their allies in the ObamaMedia ridicule anyone one that questions the Great Obama Deception.
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