The Mainstream Media Could Be Covering Up A Secret So Huge It Would End Obama’s Presidency

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What would happen if Americans learned that Barack Obama is not just an individual with a history of radical, anti-American associations, but an illegal President and an unindicted felon?

What would happen if Americans learned that the US government, including all members of Congress, and leading figures in the American media knew it and deliberately hid the truth from us?

If such a scenario were true, the political system and the media, as we now know it, would collapse; most politicians and journalists would lose their jobs, and many would go to jail.

Who in government and the media have the greatest incentive to remain silent and run out the clock on Barack Obama?

Obama and his inner circle know that there is a limit to the opposition’s ability to investigate governmental corruption without exposing their own possible complicity.

Does it explain Obama’s promotion of policies seemingly detrimental to the United States, his ability to lie without accountability, and his constant use of political brinkmanship?

Neither Kapiolani Medical Center nor Queens Medical Center, both in Honolulu, Hawaii, have ever confirmed from their hospital records that Obama was born in either hospital. Between November 20th and December 2nd of 2008, 13 separate Hawaiian hospitals were contacted to determine if Obama had been born there, none of which could or would confirm that it was the facility where he was born. Hawaiian law allows the state to issue a certificate of live birth even if the child is born outside Hawaii, provided the parents have been legal residents for at least one year immediately preceding the birth.

If Obama was born in Kenya, he was not even a citizen of the United States at birth. According to the Nationality Act of 1940, revised in June 1952, his American citizen mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, had to have been a resident of the United States for 10 years, at least five of which were over the age of 14, to confer U.S. citizenship. Dunham did not meet that five-year requirement until her 19th birthday in late November of 1961, almost four months after Obama was born.

In 1966 or 1967, Stanley Ann Dunham married Indonesian Muslim Lolo Soetoro, who adopted Obama–which made him an Indonesian citizen according to Indonesian law. Elementary school records in Indonesia list Obama’s name as Barry Soetoro, his religion as Islam, and his citizenship as Indonesian. Because Indonesia does not allow dual citizenship, Obama thus lost his U.S. citizenship (if he even had it) when he became an Indonesian citizen around 1967.

Indonesia today still does not allow dual citizenship. Under Indonesia law, once Obama became a naturalized citizen by virtue of adoption, he could not lose that status without relinquishing his citizenship in writing, under oath. Upon returning to the United States from Indonesia, Obama eventually satisfied the “five-years-after-age-14″ residency requirement of the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, thus making him a naturalized citizen of the United States at age 19.

It may be that Obama’s Indonesian citizenship permitted him to apply to Occidental College as a foreign student, was the reason why Obama may have never registered for Selective Service, and why he could have used an Indonesian passport to travel to Pakistan in 1981.

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BREAKING: Alabama Supreme Court Decides Obama Eligibility Case

Though he ended up in the minority, one prominent judge’s dissenting opinion in a recent case is sure to earn him some support among those who question the legitimacy of Barack Obama’s birth certificate.

The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that the state does not hold a legal obligation to vet a presidential candidate before including him or her on a ballot. Representing the majority in the 7 to 2 decision, Justice Mike Bolin responded to the plaintiff’s assertion that Alabama’s secretary of state should inherently have the authority to confirm a candidate’s legal standing to run.

He called the post “a non-judicial office without subpoena power or investigative authority or the personnel necessary to undertake a duty to investigate a non-resident candidate’s qualifications, even if such a duty could properly be implied.”

The high court’s chief justice, however, took a decidedly different position. Roy Moore, in his dissenting opinion, not only upheld the opinion that the secretary of state should vet presidential candidates; he also indicated that Obama’s background was worthy of such an investigation.

“The complaint alleged that the Secretary of State failed to perform a constitutional duty to verify the eligibility of all presidential candidates appearing on the ballot in the 2012 general election,” he wrote. Moore went on to conclude that, even though the election was held, the issue at hand was not rendered moot as the secretary argued.

The issues brought up prior to the recent election, after all, could easily be concerns in future races.

In a lengthy section of his opinion, titled “Challenges to the Qualifications of the President-Elect,” he concludes that Congress has the authority to determine a presidential candidate’s constitutional qualifications. Moore later writes, however, that a “state law that required birth certificates from presidential candidates as a precondition to placement on the ballot would likely pass muster under federal preemption law.”

In the end, he asserted, the U.S. Constitution is the standard to which the secretary of state should hold any candidate.

By serving as “an executive officer of the State of Alabama,” he wrote, the secretary “has an affirmative legal duty to recognize and support the United States Constitution as the supreme law of the land.”

Though his comments were couched in language that would apply to any potential candidate, he offered other instances of politicians seeking the nation’s highest office who failed to meet constitutional standards.

“These cases address situations in which allegedly ineligible presidential candidates have sought judicial relief from the decisions of state election officials excluding them from the ballot because they were underage,” he wrote. The current case, he continued, “seeks inverse relief” by requiring “the Secretary of State to investigate for ineligibility candidates she has already certified for the presidential-election ballot and to screen all such candidates for eligibility in the future.”

Even though Bolin’s opinion confirmed that “logically the Secretary of State, being the chief elections official of the state, should be vested with such a duty,” he found that there is insufficient legal standing on which to make such a claim.

Though this ruling might seem to be a win for Obama and his supporters, the existence of the case is a testament to resonating outrage over the current president’s perceived illegitimacy. Moore’s dissenting opinion only gives these Americans more hope that our government might once again challenge corruption – especially at the highest and most critical levels.

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Exclusive: Lawyer Files Request For Fuddy Autopsy





Orly Taitz

The continuing saga surrounding Barack Obama’s birth certificate once again moved to the forefront when the woman responsible for authenticating the document died in a plane crash off of Hawaii’s coast recently. She was the only passenger – out of a reported nine total people on board – to die in the crash.

Dr. Orly Taitz, an attorney who has filed numerous lawsuits related to the birth certificate issue, is behind an effort to obtain a copy of Fuddy’s autopsy. In an exclusive interview with the Western Center for Journalism, she cited several pieces of anecdotal evidence she believes refute official reports.

“I have a file with all of the media reports on this accident,” she said, “and there are contradictions.”

Taitz is not alone in speculating that there might be more to Fuddy’s death than has been reported; however, she alleges several eyewitness accounts cast aspersion on official accounts of the crash. For instance, she said there is some debate regarding whether the plane’s pilot made a mayday call prior to the incident. Initial reports, she explained, indicate that no such call was sent.

“A supporter of mine reached Richard Schuman, the owner of Makani Kai Air that owns the plane,” she said. “He stated there was a mayday call.”

She also questions accounts that show rescue crews did not reach the scene until well after the plane crashed, indicating that the site’s proximity to the coast would have made the event obvious.

“They were very close to shore,” she contended. “In this instance, the crash could have been seen by shore. Why did it take a reported hour-and-a-half to rescue them?”

Finally, she questions the accuracy of reports stating that nine individuals were on board the doomed flight.

While fire and rescue crews reported that “when helicopters arrived they saw nine floating passengers,” Taitz alleges that “by the time they arrived … two of the individuals already swam to shore.”

The investigation continues into Fuddy’s death; and Taitz – along with others skeptical of the event – will rely on subsequent information in their effort to find the truth. At this point, the only unquestionable fact is that a prominent figure in Obama’s birth certificate debate is no longer able to shed any further light on the issue.

–B. Christopher Agee

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Exclusive: Lawyer Files Request For Fuddy Autopsy





Orly Taitz

The continuing saga surrounding Barack Obama’s birth certificate once again moved to the forefront when the woman responsible for authenticating the document died in a plane crash off of Hawaii’s coast recently. She was the only passenger – out of a reported nine total people on board – to die in the crash.

Dr. Orly Taitz, an attorney who has filed numerous lawsuits related to the birth certificate issue, is behind an effort to obtain a copy of Fuddy’s autopsy. In an exclusive interview with the Western Center for Journalism, she cited several pieces of anecdotal evidence she believes refute official reports.

“I have a file with all of the media reports on this accident,” she said, “and there are contradictions.”

Taitz is not alone in speculating that there might be more to Fuddy’s death than has been reported; however, she alleges several eyewitness accounts cast aspersion on official accounts of the crash. For instance, she said there is some debate regarding whether the plane’s pilot made a mayday call prior to the incident. Initial reports, she explained, indicate that no such call was sent.

“A supporter of mine reached Richard Schuman, the owner of Makani Kai Air that owns the plane,” she said. “He stated there was a mayday call.”

She also questions accounts that show rescue crews did not reach the scene until well after the plane crashed, indicating that the site’s proximity to the coast would have made the event obvious.

“They were very close to shore,” she contended. “In this instance, the crash could have been seen by shore. Why did it take a reported hour-and-a-half to rescue them?”

Finally, she questions the accuracy of reports stating that nine individuals were on board the doomed flight.

While fire and rescue crews reported that “when helicopters arrived they saw nine floating passengers,” Taitz alleges that “by the time they arrived … two of the individuals already swam to shore.”

The investigation continues into Fuddy’s death; and Taitz – along with others skeptical of the event – will rely on subsequent information in their effort to find the truth. At this point, the only unquestionable fact is that a prominent figure in Obama’s birth certificate debate is no longer able to shed any further light on the issue.

–B. Christopher Agee

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Mysterious Plane Crash Resurrects Obama Eligibility Debate





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As one of the first national media sources to report on the controversy surrounding Barack Obama’s birth certificate, the Western Center for Journalism has been among the few to continue covering the story’s subsequent developments.

When Obama ultimately released purported documentation of his birth in Hawaii, many claimed the debate was over when Loretta Fuddy, the state’s public health director, confirmed its authenticity. A number of skeptics, however, now view Fuddy’s death in a recent plane crash with suspicion.

The reaction was so swift and widespread that even leftist news organizations reported on the controversial development. Of course, many referred to dissenters using the derisive “birther” moniker.

Among the first to express cynicism was Donald Trump, who has long contended that Obama’s birth certificate is fake. Posting on his Twitter account Thursday, he expressed dismay regarding the circumstance of Fuddy’s death.

Suggesting the White House is “tying up loose ends,” Trump wrote that Fuddy died while “[a]ll others lived.”

In fact, eight other passengers were rescued after the plane crashed into the ocean near Honolulu Wednesday afternoon. For some reason, local fire captain Terry Seelig reported, Fuddy “remained in the fuselage of the plane.”

The unusual event prompted one prominent attorney to redouble her efforts of exposing the truth behind Obama’s mysterious past. Orly Taitz, who has filed multiple lawsuits on the matter, said this latest wrinkle adds even more substance to her position.

In a statement on her website, she called on the “8 courts and judges who received her cases to rule expeditiously on the merits and review the evidence of forgery and theft in Obama’s IDs before more people die in strange accidents.”

While the left attempts to portray these concerns as the unfounded rants of a vocal minority, polls show such skepticism is widespread. With nearly four in 10 voters – including a full 64 percent of Republicans – expressing the belief Obama is hiding information about his past, it is clear this debate is far from over.

Fortunately, dedicated investigators, such as those working with Maricopa County, Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s famous Cold Case Posse, refuse to let the mainstream media direct this important story’s narrative.

Arpaio’s lead investigator, Mike Zullo, weighed in on the developing story.

While he asserted that the crash “appears to us, at this time” to be “simply a tragic and unfortunate accident,” he affirmed the CCP will continue searching for the truth.

“While her death certainly is a tragedy, it in no way hampers our investigation in this matter,” he explained. “If people truly believe that her untimely demise was somehow related to an attempt to silence her for ‘what she may or may not know,’ then there are several more people in Hawaii who should be very, very concerned.”

–B. Christopher Agee

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