SAYS HE WAS “BORN IN HAWAII” FOLLOWED BY LARGE WINK AT THE AUDIENCE
by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 29, 2012) — Last night at the White House Correspondents’ Association annual dinner, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney introduced Obama by asking that someone “turn off his mic,” referencing the private comments he made to Dmitri Medvedev at the Korean Nuclear Summit last month picked up by a microphone which had been turned on. A prerecorded voiceover of Barack Hussein Obama began by singing off-tune and asking why he was there. The voice of Obama then acknowledges that his hair has grayed considerably during the last three years in the White House and asks if the teleprompter were working. “I really have no idea what I’m saying tonight,” Obama’s voice says.
Then Obama is formally introduced by another voice and the real person walks to the lectern. Obama begins by referencing the death of Osama bin Laden at this time last year.
At 3:21., Obama states that his campaign adviser, David Axelrod, has told him that he “should never miss a chance to reintroduce himself to the American people.” He then states, “My name is Barack Obama; my mother was born in Kansas; my father was born in Kenya; and I was born, of course, in Hawaii.” He then winks noticeably and markedly at his audience.
Why did Obama do that? Did the wink signify that those “facts” contained in his life story are false? Why the huge wink?
Is his statement made on April 28, 2012 the beginning to his revelations of the truth about his birthplace and background? Has he, as a result of the Cold Case Posse’s investigation declaring his long-form birth certificate a forgery, decided to tell the real story to the American people?
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.