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A website aimed at combating so-called Internet “smears” about President Obama has disappeared from the Internet – including an alleged certification of live birth posted during his campaign – and archives for the website have been thoroughly scrubbed.
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Obama’s campaign posted a “Certification of Live Birth” on the “Fight the Smears” website that has been widely touted as “Obama’s birth certificate” – though it does not in any way prove he was born in Hawaii, since the same “short-form” document is easily obtainable for children not born in Hawaii. The true “long-form” birth certificate – which includes information such as the name of the birth hospital and attending physician – is the only document that can prove Obama was born in Hawaii, but to date he has not permitted its release for public or press scrutiny.
Nonetheless, that posting has vanished along with the website. A screenshot image of the original page can be seen below.
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The statement read, “Smears claiming Barack Obama doesn’t have a birth certificate aren’t actually about that piece of paper – they’re about manipulating people into thinking Barack is not an American citizen.”
It continued, “The truth is, Barack Obama was born in the state of Hawaii in 1961, a native citizen of the United States of America. Next time someone talks about Barack’s birth certificate, make sure they see this page.”
The White House did not respond to a WND request for comment.