For years, the Obama administration steadfastly insisted that an online image of a “Certification of Live Birth” reflected the “birth certificate” information held by the state of Hawaii, suggesting nothing else was available, until officials changed their minds and asked Hawaii to release the following document:
Released by the White House
For years, the president has dispatched attorneys, both privately funded and taxpayer-supported, to defend against literally dozens of lawsuits seeking that document and other information about him.
For years, his supporters have denigrated anyone raising questions about his eligibility to hold the office of president, ridiculing suspicions he was not born in Hawaii and ignoring the argument that Obama did not fit the definition of a “natural born Citizen” articulated by sources cited by framers of the Constitution.
George Washington and Benjamin Franklin cited Swiss philosopher Emmerich de Vattel who defined a “natural born Citizen” as a citizen offspring born in the country of two citizen parents, while Obama’s long-form birth certificate confirms his father was not a U.S. citizen at the time of Obama’s birth. Now, as WND reported, Vattel’s definition mysteriously is being removed from Wikipedia.
So New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi, whose book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate: The Case that Barack Obama is Not Eligible to be President,” soon will be released, is gathering information in Hawaii about the president’s life.
Corsi, who previously has worked in the islands with private investigators to track down information about Obama, also is opening up the opportunity for those who witnessed some portion of Obama’s life to contact him via email.
Now that Obama has posted online a copy of long-form birth certificate, there also are questions about the image and the original on which it was based.
For example, why does the online image posted by the White House have layers in the computer formatting? What about the strange reference to “African” as a race, when during the 1960s such references likely would have been “black” or “negro?”
What about the hospital’s records of the birth? Why does the certificate number, when compared to contemporaneous birth certificates, appear to be out of order? How about the president’s Social Security number – why does it appear to have been issued to a Connecticut resident when Obama had no links in the state at the time?
And don’t the newspaper references to an Obama birth, with the mother living at home with her parents while her “husband” had a university apartment, offer evidence?
There are many other questions, but if anyone has information that should be evaluated by Corsi’s team of experts, please email WND.