Sen. David Vitter, speaking at a townhall meeting in Metairie, La, is shown here in an exclusive video saying that he supports conservative organizations challenging President Barack Obama’s citizenship in court.
This is the first time that a sitting Senator of the United States as acknowledged the controversy of Obama’s birth place that just won’t go away.
Vitter made these remarks answering a question about Obama’s refusal to produce a valid birth certificate. This controversy has developed because instead of a true birth certificate Obama has only posted a “certification of live birth”, which under Hawaiian procedures could be obtained from out of state.
Vitter responded that although he does not have legal standing to bring forward a lawsuit, he supports “conservative legal organization and others who would bring that to court.”
Although Vitter is the first U.S. Senator to speak on this, he is not the first high profile leader in recent days to come forward to challenge Obama on his birth certificate.
In this past week, Hector Maldonado, a candidate for Senator in Missouri, said in a video that he is considering a lawsuit against Missouri for discrimination for requiring him to show a valid birth certificate but not Obama.
And he is not the only one. Here is a list of other recent high profile people who have challenged Obama, including former house majority leader Tom DeLay and Sarah Palin.
Although the Mass Media dismiss claims that Obama is covering this up and the Obama administration mocks anyway who asks about it, more and more people are beginning to acknowledge that this is a serious concern to hundreds of thousands of Americans.
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