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SHERIFF JOE TO ADDRESS SPECIAL GROUP OF DELEGATES
by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 30, 2012) — Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio tweeted at about 3:00 p.m. EDT that he would be addressing “a large group of delegates” as part of the Republican National Convention at 5:00 p.m. Arpaio had been scheduled to address delegates from Western states at Tampa’s Lowry Zoo.
Arpaio reported that he spoke to a group of “60 international reporters” on Wednesday.
Unlike many tweets in Donald Trump’s twitter feed, most of Arpaio’s appear to be genuine or at least more respectful. Trump’s latest comments say that David Letterman wants him to appear on his late-night show and that Obama sent robo-signed form letters to the parents of 30 Navy SEALS killed in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011.
Some former military members have recently spoken out about the raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout in late April last year, claiming that the Obama White House portrayed it inaccurately. The Pentagon has said that it could launch a criminal prosecution of the retired Navy SEAL who co-authored a book scheduled for release on September 11 because it has not reviewed whether or not classified information has been revealed. The Department of Justice would carry out any such prosecution.
A former Navy SEAL who founded the group “Special Operations Speaks” which is critical of Obama’s policies and actions said, “If there were a jury of 12 good men and women and the evidence were placed before them, there would be absolutely no question Barack Obama was not born where he said he was and is not who he says he is.” Another SEAL, Ben Smith, called Obama “a Muslim, an imposter,” and a communist. The group SOS has condemned the writing of No Easy Day as well as Obama for “identifying SEAL Team SIX (ST-6) as the organization carrying out the Osama mission while simultaneously claiming credit for ‘directing’ the SEALs to execute it.”
The Obama White House has been identified as the source of serious national security leaks since early June. While the Justice Department appointed two U.S. attorneys to investigate the leaks, both report to Eric Holder who reports directly to Obama. Holder has insisted that the probe will be done objectively.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff and all other military commanders continue to salute and report to a man whose birth certificate and Selective Service registration form have been declared forgeries by Arpaio’s investigation completed over a ten-month period and reportedly still ongoing. The Social Security number Obama is using issued in the state of Connecticut has also been declared fraudulent.
Another former Navy SEAL, Carl Higbie, wrote a book entitled Battle on the Home Front, which is a call to action for “ordinary citizens” to rebuild America. Higbie enlisted in the service after 9/11 and grew up in southwestern Connecticut.
After Arpaio and lead investigator Mike Zullo announced their findings during press conferences in March and July of this year, the mainstream media reported it but appeared to perform no further investigation of its own. At the end of the first press conference on March 1, Zullo stated that the investigation had not named Obama as the guilty party in creating the image placed on the White House website.
At the conclusion of the second press conference on July 17, a CBS reporters asked, “How do you expect any of us to believe any of this?” after Arpaio and Zullo had already explained the methods and means by which they had reached their conclusions.
Reporters appeared angry at the investigators, who said that they had identified the “computer, manufacturer, where that document resided 20 minutes before it was uploaded onto the White House website. It was sitting in a computer. It is built, manufactured by layers. If it wasn’t, we would have told you. We showed you how it should have looked…”
Zullo told members of the press that Arpaio was “looking out” for the best interest of voters in Maricopa County by having authorized the investigation. Arpaio said that there are 4,000,000 people in his county.