Saturday, March 25, 2017

A Micky Mouse Proof of Birth


Obama's Micky Mouse Proof of Birth

Preface: A few weeks ago I mentioned in a post (I haven't mastered archive search on this Blog format yet) Obama's phony birth documentation.  A commenter dismissed me with "Bill O'Reilly researched this and found a news paper with his birth announcement.  This subject is dead!"

Bull Shit.

On June 28, 2008, Honolulu resident Thelma Lefforge Young passed away. Mrs. Lefforge's address of 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy would soon appear on the web in a August 13, 1961 Honolulu Sunday Advertiser birth announcement: 'Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy., son, August 4.'

Best evidence is that an image of the August 13 Honolulu Sunday Advertiser (with twenty-five birth listings) was first posted on the web sometime around July 23, 2008 by a documentary filmmaker named Lori Starfelt on a TexasDarlin blog.

Bill O'Reilly stated that although he is "very busy," he has in fact himself "looked into the birth certificate" and "found out there were two separate birth announcements made in Honolulu newspapers on the day Barack Obama was born."  Huh? [Are Obama's 1961 Birth Announcements Fake?]

[...]  I tried to track down in Hawaii the newspapers that allegedly had Obama’s birth announcements within them and found that some papers still existed in the 2007/2008 presidential campaign cycle. They were sold to a person unnamed by my contact for a high price according to him. He did not possess them; another antique dealer did. My contact did not know if Obama’s “birth announcements” actually appeared in the newspapers that were sold.

 [...] Why has no one come forward to help Obama by revealing the original newspapers with the announcement? Obama and his friends are millionaires; if Obama’s name was actually in those newspapers, Obama or David Axelrod or Valerie Jarrett or George Soros would have found them at any cost and plastered them everywhere. There is no advantage of not showing these original newspapers unless the person is getting paid off not to show them if Obama’s announcement isn’t there. [...]

See (scroll) below the tampered with microfilm from the California State Library. The California State Library Honolulu Advertiser microfilm for Obama’s alleged birth date was completely out of the ordinary. All of the microfilms were the same except two for 1961 the reel the contained Obama’s alleged birth announcement was a completely different color (dark brown when the rest were light gray) and texture (the reel was smooth and all of the rest had a textured finish). The other one was the same color, style, and texture and confirmed to be of the same era as the others by a reel manufacturer. Nothing was known about the Obama brown reel. [Western Journilism]

Even a modest level of critical thinking would demand a high level of skepticism.  Sheesh.


Kaptain Krude said...

I thought they were going somewhere with the address. You know, like how the Husseins, I mean, the Obamas had never lived at that address, or didn't live there until Barry O. had already been born, or something like that. Wouldn't that be a kick in the head?

Anonymous said...

because Frank Davis Jr

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