The Globe tabloid declares President Obama’s Hawaiian certification of live birth to be fraudulent

The supermarket tabloid the Globe features a cover story this week proclaiming Barack Obama’s “official birth document” a fake and suggesting the president may actually have been born in Canada.

The Globe, known for sensationalism and entertainment scandals, cites reports by unnamed document analysts as claiming the Hawaiian certification of live birth the Obama campaign distributed to select news agencies and websites is fraudulent. The blogosphere has been rife with such allegations for 10 months.

It also cites WND’s reporting about the changing stories about the hospital in which Obama was born. Despite assertions Obama was born in Honolulu, officially no hospital claims him. A letter from Obama saying he was born in Kapi’olani Medical Center in Honolulu was used in fundraising brochure earlier this year and posted on the hospital’s official website, but when WND asked for confirmation, the institution pulled down the letter without explanation.

The Globe also quotes Canadian broadcaster Brian Barron as saying Obama’s mother gave birth to the child in Vancouver, Canada, before transferring as a student to the University of Washington in Seattle.

WND last week reported on Stanley Ann Dunham’s transfer to that college where she began classes just 15 days after supposedly giving birth in Honolulu.

“But when she found out Obama Sr. had another wife, she chose to conceal Barack’s Canadian birth and registered him in Hawaii as a U.S. citizen to prevent Obama Sr. from possibly taking him away on his Kenyan passport,” says Barron.

WND has reported on the ease with which people can obtain Hawaiian certifications of live birth with a baby actually being born outside the Hawaiian islands.

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