Can the Clintons shed light on the Obama birth certificate?
Hillary Clinton and her supporters first raised the Obama eligibility
question in 2008. The Senate debated a resolution to exempt Senator
John McCain (R-AZ) from a key requirement for natural-born citizenship.
Though his parents were citizens, he was born in the Panama Canal Zone,
not in any part of a US State or in the District of Columbia. But the
Senate passed a resolution saying that it considered McCain a
natural-born citizen anyway.
Whether that resolution is valid or invalid, no one ever tested in
court. McCain lost, so any case would be moot. But while the Senate
debated that resolution, the Hillary Clinton campaign realized that
Barack H. Obama had never furnished a valid birth certificate. So the
Clintons and their supporters asked some pointed questions.
Then some person or persons unknown murdered Bill Gwatney, the
chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party, a good friend of the
Clintons, and a convention super-delegate. The suspect then conveniently
died in a shoot-out with police. According to persons familiar with the
matter, someone meant to send a message to Bill Clinton:
Shut up, Bill, or you’re next.
Bill Clinton at first refused to let that threat daunt him. Then
whoever made the threat, extended the threat to the Clintons’ daughter.
- Violating caucus rules to assign delegates improperly to Obama,
- Striking an attitude that anyone who opposed Obama was ipso facto a racist, and
- Threatening her with murder.
Her most specific allegation was that Bill Gwatney had planned to
introduce floor petitions to challenge the improper delegate
assignments. That, as well as any “message” to Bill Clinton, was the
motive for his murder.
And now Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, AZ, he of "tent cities," "pink underwear," and making inmates pay for coffee, has widened his investigation to ask Clinton's supporters what they know....
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