Wednesday, January 09, 2019

"There are no Obama footprints at Columbia"

DEEP STATE          


Legendary Columbia Professor Never Heard of Obama:
"I have more information on the Obama at Columbia University mystery. The plot thickens. Until now, I was the only Columbia-attached person publicly voicing my suspicions. That just changed in a big way. Meet Professor Henry Graff, perhaps the most legendary and honored professor ever at Columbia University. He was THE American History and Diplomatic History professor at Columbia for 46 years. And he is more emphatic than yours truly that there are no Obama footprints at Columbia."

That Barry Sotoro was a fraud, foisted upon us by the radical left, was so well documented  that only the laziest, or most gullible among us could buy into it.  

Exemplar: the Kennedy assassination.   

Contrived by the CIA, with members of the FBI, and (almost certainly) Lyndon Johnson, it is only now being acknowledged as a fait accomplli.  It was all there!  All of it.  When Jack Ruby begged Earl Warren to move him out of Texas, where he feared for his life, in exchange for a tell-all account ... Warren refused! Ruby soon died of a sudden cancer. I mean, WTFF?! 

Our government is NOW in the process of being overthrown. Same deal. It's plain as day. Donald Trump (providentially) short circuited them.  Gave us a last chance.  We'd better take it.  We'd better be willing to pay the price. 



CC said...

However, footprints of his mate have been found in wooded areas all over...

Eskyman said...

The only thing we really know about Soetoro/Obama is that he's an inveterate liar. All the rest is conjecture, since all his records are sealed & will remain so.

He's the real-life Manchurian Candidate who actually got elected/installed as President, and I thank God that he wasn't competent. He did immense harm even though his only talent was reading his script from the teleprompter!

molonlabe28 said...

Most of the footprints I left in college involved being written up by RA's or getting Incompletes in classes.

So I don't expect to find a lot about a person in his college records, other than grades or disciplinary events.

I also hear a lot about the inability to read his law school writings and papers.

As a lawyer, though, I can assure everyone that he very likely wrote about extremely dull or complex legal issues and not about political philosophies.

If he had some editorial liberties in law school to venture into political or philosophical matters, I'm certain they would be Alinsky-esque, of course.

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