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Timothy Baldwin says that in a recent article written by JB Williams entitled, "DC Knows that Obama is Ineligible for Office," Williams highlights some facts signaling that the federal government, the main-stream media and those closely related to both know that Barak Obama is ineligible to be the President of the United States of America under the U.S. Constitution.

Williams cites these facts in support of his assertion:

•  Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic Party did not certify that Obama qualified to run as a candidate for President of the U.S., but only that Obama was the Democratic Party candidate;

•  the news media previously and numerously referred to Obama as "Kenya-born" before he ran for President. Afterwards, "Kenya-born" was dropped;

•  Obama has spent over 2 million dollars in hiding what they say exists (his birth certificate) and supposedly have in hand;

•  the Justice Department is doing everything they possibly can to keep Americans from pursing Obama's eligibility in court;

•  federal judges have dismissed over 400 hundred court cases on Obama's eligibility, ruling that these citizens do not have standing to know who is acting as President of the U.S.;

•  Michelle Obama has described Barak's home as being the country of Kenya;

Williams is not alone, of course, in the conclusion that Obama is an illegitimate president and that his illegitimacy is being covered up by Congress, the federal courts, those in the Republican and Democratic national parties and others.  Ever since Obama campaigned for U.S. President, millions in America have raised his eligibility as a fundamental concern for the integrity of the U.S. Constitution and rule of law, all to no avail.

It is not only "average Joe" who believes Obama is illegitimate, but state governments are expressing the same notion.  The state of Arizona has recently passed a law, expected to be signed by the governor, which declares that Barak Obama, and other candidates,  must prove his U.S. citizenship before being permitted to be on the ballot in 2012.  Many states are expected to follow Arizona's lead of resistance to unlawful federal actions, just as so many states are doing lately on many different fronts (thankfully!).

Given these serious insinuations believed by many millions of Americans concerning Obama's illegitimacy and concerning its cover up, that more serious deductions and conclusions are not being raised -- at least publicly -- surprises me.

Consider what is really implied about Obama's ineligibility and the cover up by those in the federal government, the main-stream media and the two major political parties.  The cut-to-the-chase conclusion underlying this whole ordeal is that the United States government is completely and utterly illegitimate and reeks of bad faith and intent.  Any other conclusion is very difficult to believe, using logic and reason.

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Hawaii Elections Clerk Would Answer Questions On Record
Last Wednesday, June 9th, the comments made by Tim Adams, who identified himself as the Chief Elections Clerk for Honolulu during the 2008 election were posted.  Adams says he has first hand knowledge that Obama's birth certificate does not exist.

Mr. Adams is now saying, "I don’t mind testifying in court."

Hawaii elections official says Obama not born there  (04:11)
Phil Berg says Adams has never claimed to have first-hand knowledge, to date, of Obama’s vital records; this is why specific questions being answered by Adams is so important (more on this in a moment).

Of course, just because someone goes on record (say, via an affidavit) with certain claims doesn’t mean much unless whatever question is at hand (in this case, the lack of birth records) has its day in Court.  Nevertheless, the fact that someone who was directly associated with Hawaii elections is a major step forward in this saga -- certainly nobody else has come forward to disagree with the Department of Health’s official statement.

As I brought up at the top of my last posting, I, too, have a number of very specific questions that I’ve asked Mr. Adams. I did not ask him about anything except his dealings when he was under contract with Hiwaii elections.  After all, in my view, his opinion of the Constitution is worth no more or less than yours or mine -- and that’s irrelevant to the issue at hand.  We’re talking about the existence -- or the lack thereof -- of birth records; constitutional questions would naturally, by extension, be answered from that point forward (once again, with the potential exception of the fact of Obama’s British citizenship at birth).

All of this brings up an excellent question.  Since we already have the Department of Health Director on record with her view that Obama is a natural born citizen (noting, of course, that she is only an authority over public health records), what if we get Mr. Adams’ statements on record -- informally via email and/or formally via affidavit -- that he says that Obama does not have a birth certificate and such a statement can be substantiated?

I’m sure we’ll soon see.

Related:  Tim Adam’s master thesis, "There is No Birth Certificate for Obama"
Obama "Caught Fibbing"
Joe Kovacs says the former Hawaii elections official who maintains there's no long-form birth certificate for Barack Obama in the Aloha State is now saying Obama and his aides have been "caught fibbing" about Obama's background, and the "embarrassing" situation is making it difficult to fess up to the truth.

Tim Adams, who was senior elections clerk for the city and county of Honolulu during the 2008 campaign, made the statements in a two-hour interview with a group looking to disprove claims made by so-called Birthers, those challenging Obama's legal qualification to be president.

On Reality Check Radio, an Internet program on BlogTalkRadio, Adams said:

"I think people believe there's been some kind of cover-up.  And I don't think it's some big nefarious conspiracy.  I think it's politics as usual."


"Barack Obama's official autobiography was put out to the public for the public's consumption and we all know politicians -- they have a public persona, it's created for consumption by the electorate -- and I think that they've been caught fibbing, and it's embarrassing."

But Adams, who described himself as "pretty much a liberal" who backed Hillary Clinton in the campaign, thinks Obama should produce a long-form birth certificate if he has one, even if it contains information that does not go along with the narrative proffered so far by Obama and his surrogates.

"I think as much trauma as all this has caused.  I think if Barack Obama has lied about where he was born or if there's something about his birth that he doesn't want people to publicly know, if he would come out and simply say something like that, I think most people would go, 'Oh, OK,' and they would go on about their business 'cause they've got a thousand more important things to do."

Adams burst onto the national scene last June after claiming his superiors at the elections office in Honolulu checked with the state health department and local hospitals, only to find out that none had Obama's long-form birth certificate, a document specifying the hospital where he was born and the attending physician.

While not having access to Hawaii Department of Health birth records, Adams says his office had access to numerous databases to verify people's identities, including the Social Security database, driver's licenses, passports, tax and banking records, police files and the national crime computer.

He said elections officials themselves have been embarrassed by the disclosure about accessing criminal records, saying:

"They were not happy about it when they found out about it."

He has since signed an affidavit swearing to his allegations.
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