WASHINGTON – The stakes in “The Case of the Missing Birth Certificate” are about to get much higher, trumping even Donald Trump’s widely disseminated suspicions.
Two-time No. 1 New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi has written “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” – a book that actually lays out the evidence for Barack Obama’s ineligibility for the presidency, an office he has held, legitimately or illegitimately, since Jan. 20, 2009, and is not scheduled to give up until at least Jan. 20, 2013.
To say the book is the most anticipated non-fiction release of 2011 would be an understatement.
“Advance sales are through the roof,” says Joseph Farah, chief executive officer of both WND and its wholly owned subsidiary, WND Books. “This is going to be a publishing phenomenon of historic proportions – not just a No. 1 best-seller, but a big No. 1 best-seller.”
If he’s right, the eligibility controversy is sure to heat up in the second half of 2011 – leading right into the presidential election year of 2012.
“The title is ‘Where’s the Birth Certificate?’ but the book does more than just ask questions,” says Farah. “This book makes a strong and compelling case that Obama is not eligible. In other words, it raises the stakes – it ups the ante considerably.”
Therefore, Farah urges those who have been awaiting this book with much anticipation and excitement not to preorder it, but to do something actually less expensive that will ensure eager readers get the first books off the printing press personally autographed by Corsi – make a contribution of $25 or more to the television advertising campaign established for the book.
Farah points out that a $25 donation to the campaign gets consumers the book for less than the discounted price of the book because there are no shipping charges.
“Of course, I’m even more grateful for larger contributions and many have contributed $100 or more,” Farah says. “That’s because they know they are investing in more than good reading. They are investing in the end of the disgraceful Obama administration.”