Hawaii 'verification' doesn't impress Arpaio. Should it?
Why doesn’t [Arizona SOS Ken Bennett] ask for the birth
certificate? The microfilm, look at the originals to see if it exists? …
Just saying that there is some information about the president’s
background doesn’t impress me.
Arpaio denied that he sought to disqualify Barack H. Obama as President.
I wanted to clear the president. I’m not accusing him of
any crime; I just want to see the microfilm. We have two twins on the
microfilm around the time the president was born. So let’s see the
microfilm, let’s see the original copy of the birth certificate, then
we’ll put this to rest.
that Arpaio mentioned were Susan and Gretchen Nordyke. They were born
on the afternoon of August 5. The Obama birth certificate document from
the White House says he was born on the morning of August 4. No one has
explained why the Nordyke twins have birth certificate numbers smaller than Obama’s.
Mike Zullo, a retired detective from New Jersey, now heads the Cold
Case Posse of Maricopa County, Arizona. Over the weekend, he accused Hawaii officials of defrauding the people of Arizona.
We have developed incontrovertible proof that the
verification provided by the Hawaii Department of Health to Arizona’s
secretary of state on May 22 really doesn’t verify anything of
Zullo won’t say yet what that proof is. But he pointed out two problems with the “verification” letter from Alvin Onaka:
The letter says what time Obama was born, but not what date.
(It gives dates that Obama’s mother, and a hospital attendant,
supposedly signed the certificate. Those dates agree with the published
White House file.)
The initials “gk” appear to the right of Alvin Onaka’s signature. The
“gk” letters look like secretary’s initials. But secretaries who type
documents for bosses to sign, do not initial the signatures. (Typical
boss-and-secretary initials look like this: “BOS:sec”.) Zullo suggested
that Onaka’s secretary might have rubber-stamped the letter with a signature stamp while Onaka was absent.
Obama eligibility last year
Three months before Obama released a PDF file to look like a birth certificate, Pen Johannson published this article. In it she accuses many Hawaiian municipal and State officials, including former Governor Linda Lingle
(R-HI), of misleading the American people with regard to Barack Obama’s
birth. The problem began in the late summer of 2008. The Democratic
Party of Hawaii submitted an Official Certification of Nomination (OCON)
to Hawaiian election officials. The problem; The DPH stopped short of certifying that Obama is qualified to be President under the US Constitution. After that fiasco, the Democratic National Committee hurriedly sent another OCON to the Hawaii election office. But they might never have gotten in on time, because they have no “received” or “filed” stamps.
As a result, Hawaii’s chief elections officer disqualified Obama until he could hold a hearing. So when did that hearing take place? Possibly in late October. Obama abruptly flew to Hawaii to visit his sick grandmother in the second half of October. Pam Geller (Atlas Shrugs) was suspicious even then:
I think he is going to visit his birth certificate.
And perhaps he did. In any case, Johannson names several Hawaii
Democratic Party and State government officials. All won promotions,
transfers, or highly lucrative jobs.
The taxpayer money canard
Sheriff Arpaio took time
to answer repeated canards that he is “wasting taxpayers’ money.” In
fact, the Cold Case Posse raises private money, and will reimburse the
Sheriff’s Office for the cost of flight tickets to Hawaii, and hotel
stays, for Zullo and a Maricopa County deputy accompanying him. Arpaio
said also, “The Posse’s paying for the deputy, too.” That could mean
that the Posse will pay the deputy for his time as well as his
travel expenses. (Arpaio also hinted that Donald Trump might donate to
the Cold Case Posse. Trump has not confirmed this.)
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