Buckle your seat belts for this news, if you haven’t heard it already.
The one and only document expert consulted by any U.S. media to proclaim Barack Obama’s “birth certificate” as legitimate has rejected that position, claiming he was misquoted by Fox News. He has further stated that Fox refuses to answer his demand for a correction.
Jean Claude Tremblay is the only computer graphics expert consulted by any media other than WND on the validity of the so-called “long-form birth certificate” released by the White House in April. He was also the only expert to lend credibility to the document.
Tremblay told WND none of his comments to Fox would permit the conclusion that the Obama birth certificate is an authentic document.
In other words, the entire news media establishment, besides WND, accepted Obama’s document at face value, without the slightest effort at due diligence.
“I no longer trust Fox News,” he said. “Despite my protests, Fox News will not allow me to correct their story.”
The Fox News story by reporter Jana Winter, published two days after the White House released the document, remains in its original form despite Tremblay’s protests, under the headline, “Expert: No Doubt Obama’s Birth Certificate is Legit.”
“I never said that,” Tremblay insists. “Winter called me and talked to me for about five minutes on the telephone, and she never said she was going to quote me. Then she misrepresented what I said.”
Let me underscore my point here: Tremblay is the only document expert quoted by any U.S. news agency proclaiming the birth certificate as legitimate.
Meanwhile, every document expert WND has conferred with scoffs at the preposterous notion that the document is somehow valid on its face. Many of them are willing to stake their credentials and their professional judgment on the fact that the birth certificate offered up by the White House is as phony as a three-dollar bill. Others confide their belief there are serious problems with the document but don’t desire to cross swords with the most powerful office in the world.
But where are the document defenders? Where are the forensics experts willing to stake their reputations on the validity of Obama’s document? Isn’t it strange they are nowhere to be found? Isn’t it amazing that even the media elite, which have never had a taste for putting Obama’s constitutional eligibility to the test, are seemingly unable to find such experts?
So far, they have only been able to twist the words of one to sweep under the rug what is surely one of the biggest political scandals in the history of the country.
Like the story of the emperor who wore no clothes, it is becoming increasingly clear to about half the country that Obama does not fit the most meager and basic qualifications to hold office.
It is just not obvious to the media and political elite. Or, perhaps, it is just as obvious to them, but, for reasons of their own, they insist on denying reality.
As a result of this disconnect between the elite and the people on such a critical issue, many Americans have, understandably, begun to despair. Every day I hear from people who commend me for vigorously and relentlessly pursuing the truth, but who believe the game is rigged to the point that the truth no longer matters.
I don’t believe that. If I believed that, I would have stopped doing what I do long ago.
It was three years ago now that WND first began reporting on the question of Obama’s eligibility. Back then, most Americans weren’t even aware of the controversy. Today, everyone is aware of the controversy, and about half the country has concluded he is unfit for command.
I actually believe those with the real problem on their hands are the political and media elite who are so clearly not representing the truth and the best interest of their own constituencies.
They are ignoring Certifigate. And they are ignoring it at their own peril.