Obama’s Birther Issue Heating Up and Congress Getting Interested


Finally the issue of Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility to serve as President of the United States is gathering some long needed interest.  The issue was raised during the 2008 presidential campaign by Bill Clinton until Obama’s supporters threatened the life of Chelsea Clinton, forcing Bill and Hillary to suddenly stop pushing the issue.

A number of people since then continued to pursue and challenge Obama’s eligibility based upon the lack of credible documentation proving that he was born in America.  There have been a number of lawsuits that Obama’s lawyers have successfully won, some by placing undue pressure on those involved.  Other lawsuits went before Democratic appointed judges that ruled on party lines rather than the law.

Now there is a lawsuit in front of the Alabama Supreme Court to question to authenticity of Obama’s birth certificate, Selective Service Registration Card and his questionable Social Security number.  Newly elected Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is presiding over the current birther case and Moore is not a friend of Obama and has spoken against his eligibility in the past.

A large part of the case before the Alabama Supreme Court comes from the investigations conducted by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department’s Cold Case Posse, headed up by Mike Zullo.  Zullo and Sheriff Joe Arpaio have made public much of the evidence they have discovered that proves that the White House issued birth certificate is a forgery, which is a felony crime and the public purporting of that document is also a felony crime of fraud.

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