Diana West Obama vetting Obama-Gate



A Tundra Tabloids’ pal, and favorite writer, Diana West, can never be accused of lacking the courage to tackle deeply troubling subjects. I encourage you to watch the interview Brian Lamb of C-Span conducted with Diana, where she talks of her syndicated column that drew (and continues to do so) wide attention for the clarity and tenacity of her approach to inconvenient truths.

Diana West: “I am reminded of Groucho Marx’s answer to the question, Are we mice or men? “Throw some cheese on the floor and we’ll find out.”

Silence of the Lapdogs

MSM at work “covering” Sheriff Arpaio’s forgery and fraud presser

This week’s syndicated column:

Warning: This column contains news of evidence of possible forgery and fraud in the long-form birth certificate of the president of the United States and – bonus – his Selective Service registration card.

I figure the warning is necessary to prevent Americans, particularly Americans who work in news media and politics, from hurting themselves on any hard, sharp facts that might poke through my discussion of what is surely the biggest scandal to emerge around the seemingly dodgy docs Barack Obama is using to verify his identity.

I refer to the logic- and history-defying news and political blackout of the March 1 press conference called in Maricopa County, Ariz., by Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse.

I ask you: Have you read in your local paper about the technical evidence that led the posse’s three retired criminal investigators and two attorneys to conclude that the birth certificate image White House officials uploaded at the White House website on April 27, 2011, did not originate in a paper format, but rather was created (forged) as an electronic file on a computer?

Have you seen on network or cable news the video clip (one of six posse videos at YouTube) re-creating exactly how an additional fraud might have been committed to forge the president’s Selective Service registration card? Heard even conservative talk radio discussing the posse’s discovery that immigration files in the National Archives recording overseas arrivals into Hawaii are missing from the week of Obama’s 1961 birthday? Or about the retired mailman’s affidavit attesting that the mother of ex-Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers enthusiastically told him that she helped with “foreign student” Barack Obama’s education?

I know my ears pricked up when, watching the posse’s press conference online, I heard lead investigator Michael Zullo explain that the 1961 Hawaiian newspaper listings of Barack Obama’s birth confirm nothing because the posse “can prove beyond a doubt” that these newspapers announced arrivals of foreign babies as well as native-born. Zullo also announced the posse had “documented evidence of two adopted individuals who were breathing three years prior” and were similarly listed as newborn infants. Heard anything about that?

Read the rest here!

2 Responses

  1. re:

    “Recently, Breitbart.com’s new editor at large, Ben Shapiro, was on Mark Gillar’s radio show, “Tea Party Power Hour,” promoting his conservative media organization’s “vetting Obama” campaign. Gillar asked Shapiro if “vetting” Obama would include investigating Obama’s birth and/or Selective Service documents. Absolutely not, Shapiro replied, explaining that he didn’t believe this was an issue. “I am discouraging people from spending time on this,” Shapiro said, emphasizing once again that he himself did not believe there were irregularities in the documents since, as he put it, he knew Media Matters would be listening to the interview.”

    Breitbart may mortally be gone, but based on Shapiro’s personal view to ignore these issues for no other reason than his own selfish beliefs – Shapiro should be gone and no longer sully the Breitbart throne regardless of any other vetting he puts his name to.

    That one statement alone leaves questions of credibility against the entire Breitbart site and it’s vetting campaign. My interest in exploring threads at Breitbart has diminished considerably – and only because of such a foolish statement made by Shapiro. As it happens, Diana’s link replaced Breitbart’s on my favs tab. Coincidence? Many thanks to Ms. West for posting this essay.

    1. I agree. The facts should lead the person, not memes crafted by leftards.

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