The Los Angeles Times highlighted “conservative” commentator David Frum’s attack on those who raise questions about Barack Obama’s place of birth. It’s no “fringe” issue. It’s a legitimate issue due to the Constitution’s requirement that presidents be native-born Americans. The mislabeled Frum (who actually endorsed Obama) dismissed these questions as “wild accusations and paranoid delusions coming from the fever swamps.”
The LA Times hit piece targeted Joseph Farrah and his crew at WorldNetDaily.com for turning a spotlight on the issue instead of ignoring it, like the rest of the Obama-loving media. We did what the LA Times should have done and asked Farrah for his side of the story.
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“I don’t know for sure where Obama was born,” said Farrah. “He may very well have been born in Hawaii, but he hasn’t proved it yet.”
Farah is being inquisitive, as journalists are supposed to be.
Read More: By FLOYD and MARY BETH BROWN, The Trentonian