In June of 2008, with much fanfare, Obama released his computer-printout birth certificate to the world, stating that this was the only birth certificate available. For three years, the “conspiracy theorists” (as Obama called them) called for his long-form birth certificate, listing signatures, attending physician, etc. which Obama for two years denied existed.
Then again with much fanfare, on April 27, 2011 Obama released his long-form birth certificate.
A PDF of the form, that is.
Everyone from a 12-year-old with basic Adobe Photoshop experience to seasoned graphic experts immediately saw that Obama’s birth certificate was a computer-generated forgery.
On March 1, 2012, Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced that his investigators had found what everyone had been screaming for a year: that the long-form birth certificate was a computer-generated forgery.
Sheriff Joe had stated from the beginning: show us the microfilm.
The State of Hawaii Department of Health supposedly has Obama’s original paper birth certificate, along with the microfilm locked up in a vault with security that rivals Fort Knox.
Most of us put our birth certificate in a drawer, or perhaps in a safe deposit box, but one envisions a Mission Impossible-type of movie, with armed guards, retina scans, laser beams, and movement sensors protecting a document that simply says Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961.
But it looks like there is an “original” after all. Inside sources tell Arpaio’s investigators that an “original” is being created from 1961 materials, which will match the PDF released in 2011. They are billing the “original” an “October Surprise,” as the source states Obama is planning to release this so-called original right before the presidential election.
Obama thought the Mickey Mouse computer printout birth certificate would satisfy Americans. Then the Mickey Mouse PDF. If he thinks a Mickey Mouse “original” will fool us, he’s got another thing coming.
Barack Obama, Barry Soetoro, Mickey Mouse, or whatever your name is: Show us the microfilm. Passport records. Original Selective Service form. College records. Tell us, Mr. Obama, Mr. Soetoro, who you really are.