Is the U.S. Selective Service System now blocking access to President Barack Obama’s online registration records?
Members of the public searching the federal database for the commander in chief’s registration are suddenly finding new difficulty, possibly due to the startling revelation of Obama’s alleged use of a Connecticut-based Social Security Number.
The Selective Service System, or SSS, collects names of Americans for use by the Department of Defense in the event of a national emergency. On its website, it says it provides the nation “with a structure and a system of guidelines which will provide the most prompt, efficient, and equitable draft possible, if the country should need it.”
Regarding President Obama, “He is registered. There is no doubt in our minds that he has, and we’re quite prepared to say so,” SSS public-affairs specialist Dan Amon told WND.
But the agency’s online search engine now appears to be precluding the public from seeing Obama’s record after allowing unfettered access.
The database allows people to search for registrants as long as a correct name, Social Security Number and date of birth are entered.
On May 5, WND entered the criteria for President Obama, using his date of birth as Aug. 4, 1961, and his Social Security Number, which begins with the Connecticut-issued prefix of 042.
The Selective Service database instantly issued a “matched record” without a problem that day, indicating Obama’s Selective Service Number is 61-1125539-1. It lists date of registration as Sept. 4, 1980.
Read More: By Joe Kovacs, WND