WASHINGTON – A software and Adobe expert called on by the Fox News Channel to examine Barack Obama’s long-for birth certificate turns out to be a cheerleader for the “Yes We Can” crowd.

Jean-Claude Tremblay of Montreal, Canada, billed by Fox as a “leading software trainer and Adobe-certified expert, who has years of experience working with and teaching Adobe Illustrator,” is the first forensics analyst to weigh in on the validity of the document.

He told Fox there is no doubt about the authenticity of the document.

However, what Fox did not disclose is that Tremblay is an ardent Obama supporter.

Review posted by Jean-Claude Tremblay on Amazon.com shows obvious support for President Obama. The Fox News Channel cited Tremblay’s expert opinion to claim the image released last week by the White House in indeed Obama’s genuine long-form birth certificate.

In an Amazon review of “Yes We Did: An Inside Look at How Social Media Built the Obama Brand,” a book by Rahaf Harfoush about the historic nature of the Obama campaign of 2008, Tremblay wrote: “Rahaf Harfoush have (sic) done a marvelous job in this book to paint not only one of the most important moment (sic) in the history of the USA but also how social media can be use (sic) to engage peoples into action. Inspiring because it reveal how social media can be used not only to build online network, but help put peoples get into action in their community to make a lasting change. Yes They Did! Yes We Can! Whatever is our goals (sic).”

“You should not be suspicious about this (Obama’s long-form birth certificate),” Tremblay told Fox.

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