TRUMP: “THERE ARE STILL MANY QUESTIONS”
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 29, 2012) — For the first time, virtually the entire segment of a Fox News program was was spent discussing whether or not Barack Hussein Obama’s long-form birth certificate is authentic and why Donald Trump still has “many questions” about it.
In late March of last year, Trump had spoken to van Susteren about the fact that Obama had not yet released his detailed birth certificate despite demands from thousands of citizens for him to do so amidst doubts that he is a “natural born Citizen.” Most people appear to understand that to mean that he was born in the United States without respect to the citizenship of his parents.
Historical records have shown that the parents’ citizenship was a factor in determining citizenship or the status of being a “natural born Citizen.”
On April 27, 2011, Obama released what he claimed was his long-form birth certificate from Hawaii, but examiners almost instantly deemed it a forgery.
Thirteen days after Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse held a press conference during which they announced that the long-form birth certificate Obama had released was a forgery, Trump sent Arpaio a handwritten note which stated, “You are the only one with the guts to do this…”
Trump told van Susteren this evening that his doubts about Obama’s birth certificate arise, in part, from the biographical pamphlet made public by Breitbart.com on May 17 which stated that Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii.
At the end of the segment, van Susteren asked Trump what type of information would satisfy him that Obama was born in the United States, to which Trump replied, “Good solid proof.”
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office sent a deputy and the lead investigator of the Cold Case Posse, Mike Zullo, to Hawaii on May 20, 2012. In an interview on May 27, Zullo stated that the Honolulu Police Department has been cooperating with the Posse’s investigation, although Zullo did not say what it is they are investigating. Having visited the Hawaii Department of Health and been denied access to the original birth certificate for Obama allegedly on file there, Zullo said their current activities involve traveling to some of the most impoverished locations in Hawaii.
Zullo added that he does not believe Obama’s stated birth date of August 4, 1961 is authentic.
One researcher’s theory is that Obama was born “Bari M. Shabazz,” the illegitimate son of Malcolm X and a young woman named Jo Ann Newman, in New York City. Atty. Mario Apuzzo, whose appeal to an administrative judge’s decision to include Obama’s name on the New Jersey ballot for November will be heard in court on May 30, 2012, had posted an article from the researcher, Martha Trowbridge, on his website last November which detailed a car accident involving one “Bari M. Shabazz” in Hawaii.
The Post & Email downloaded and printed the police report mentioned in Apuzzo’s reposting of Trowbridge’s research.
Trump also stated that he believed that Obama’s college records would show that he had been identified as a citizen of another country to obtain foreign scholarship money. Obama has blocked the release of any of his college records or transcripts.
Zullo stated that a second press conference on its findings will be held in mid-June.
Trump had interviewed earlier today with Wolf Blitzer of CNN, who appeared indignant that Trump was questioning the alleged birth announcements in two Hawaii newspapers stating that “Barack Hussein Obama II” was born in Honolulu, HI on August 4, 1961.
If Investigator Zullo is correct in stating that Obama’s birth date is not August 4, 1961, where did those birth announcements come from?
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.