FORGERY NOW AN ACCEPTED FACT BY MANY LAW ENFORCERS AND ELECTED OFFICIALS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 4, 2013) — Sheriff Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, AZ and founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers’ Association (CSPOA), was interviewed by Carl Gallups of PPSimmons News on Tuesday regarding the CSPOA conference which concluded on Saturday, June 1. The conference was free of charge to all public officials, including state representatives and senators, congressmen, county commissioners, sheriffs, mayors and others.
Mack has served as a police officer in Utah and the author of more than a half-dozen books and audio recordings on the duties and responsibilities of the county sheriff. He believes in limited government, states’ rights, and individual liberties. After Obama took office and passed the health care bill known as “Obamacare,” Mack wrote an essay on how each state can say “No!” to overreaching federal legislation.
Obamacare was upheld in part by the U.S. Supreme Court last June, after which many states refused to participate in the Medicaid expansion which was made optional. As of December 2012, 23 states had declared that they would not set up insurance exchanges designed to purportedly give customers more choices in the health care marketplace. Two months later, 26 states had opted out of establishing the exchanges.
Before Obama took office, Mack wrote in an essay for the Constitutional Law Enforcement Association entitled “The County Sheriff: The Ultimate Check & Balance:”
When the United States of America was founded the framers spent arduous hours devising a Constitution that would protect future generations from tyranny and government criminality. A system of checks and balances was established to keep all government, especially at the federal level, from becoming too powerful and abusive.
The Bill of Rights was promulgated to augment the limitations previously placed against the government, to further insure that government would stay in its proper domain…
Now the question becomes even greater; who will stop criminal and out-of-control government from killing, abusing, violating, robbing, and destroying its own people? Yes, believe it or not, there is an answer to this one. The duty to stop such criminality lies with the county sheriff. The question needs to be posed to each and every sheriff of these United States; will you stand against tyranny?
The state of Connecticut, also called “the Constitution State,” has no county sheriffs.
Mack reminded the listeners during the interview that he was “the first sheriff in American history” to sue the federal government and win on a Tenth Amendment issue. However, Mack told Gallups, “I don’t feel we should be suing anymore; I feel like we should just simply be ‘doing,'” Mack said.
Mack filed his lawsuit against a provision of the Brady Bill, which would have required him to check the backgrounds of his constituents and which Mack refused to do.
He stated that county sheriffs have the right to tell the IRS and other federal government agents to refrain from trying to levy fines or arrest their constituents. “The Bill of Rights will be respected in my county,” Mack suggested they tell federal agencies. He said that many of the attendees at the CSPOA convention “are starting to catch on.”
“A lot of people across America do not understand the power and the authority that the local sheriff has,” Gallups said, with which Mack agreed.
Mack stated that he became acquainted with Sheriff Joe Arpaio during Arpaio’s first term as Maricopa County, AZ sheriff, which was Mack’s second term as Graham County sheriff. He told Gallups that people often confused him with Arpaio because of their respective reputations.
Mack described Arpaio, who is now his own sheriff, as “authentic, an honest man, and a very sincere, honest person.” Mack said he would consider returning to law enforcement himself but is “way too busy” with the CSPOA, where he said he has “dedicated his life.”
Gallups asked Mack if he agreed with Arpaio’s use of the Cold Case Posse was appropriate and effective, to which Mack said, “I wish every sheriff would follow suit.” He believes the posse concept provides a “much-needed” service and likened it to a “militia,” which he said is constitutional and is mentioned in Article II of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. “The media has destroyed that word,” Mack said.
Gallups asked Mack his opinion of the two presentations given at the CSPOA by Det. Mike Zullo, lead investigator of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse, on the fraudulent image presented as Obama’s long-form birth certificate more than two years ago. Mack revealed that he had been approached to investigate the matter when he was living temporarily in Texas but was unable to devote the necessary time, and also that he and Arpaio had believed at the time that the birth certificate was a “non-issue.”
Mack said that Arpaio agreed to launch an investigation only to quell the doubts surrounding the image and “get the Tea Party groups off his back.” Mack said that he believed that Zullo was “as good an investigator as you will find anywhere in the country.”
Mack acknowledged that the birth certificate image was found to be “a fraud, a fake,” and “a lie,” which was the opposite of the result Arpaio expected. Mack predicted that Barack Obama will try to use two excuses: one that it was George W. Bush’s fault, a tongue-in-cheek remark; and that Obama would say, “I didn’t know about it.”
Gallups posed the questions of who “fabricated” the image and where the “real one” can be found.
Mack said he observed both Zullo’s public and private presentations by Zullo at the CSPOA. “Whoever did it was someone who, I would say, was quite young, and the reason is because they don’t know what typewriters did back in the early ’60s. They got a computer specialist to do it today, and he did the nine layers to make it look very good in some ways, but they failed in two huge ways, and the biggest one, I would say, is that they did not use the same typewriter font that was used back in 1961 or 1962,” Mack told Gallups.
Of the information released by Zullo about which Mack could speak publicly, he said that obtaining a birth certificate should be a routine matter, referencing an occasion when he obtained a copy of his daughter’s birth certificate from Utah. He described Hawaii as conducting a “huge cover-up” and of being “antagonistic” toward the public about Obama’s birth certificate.
Mack brought up the “Vexatious Requester” law passed by the Hawaii legislature in 2010 after the Health Department received thousands of inquiries about Obama’s vital records.
Gallups raised the issue of why Obama’s state and hospital where he was born should be proud of his accomplishment of becoming the United States’ “first black president.”
Mack said that in addition to the different fonts appearing on the birth certificate, the numbering of it is “out of sequence.” “They were close…but this one had to be precise,” he said. He said as a result of seeing the evidence, he has become a “100% hard-core believer” that the birth certificate is a forgery.
Another attendee of the conference and Zullo’s two presentations was Gilberton, PA police chief Mark Kessler, who described the evidence he saw that the birth certificate is fraudulent as “rock-solid.” Kessler affirmed that even though he had not paid attention to the birth certificate issue before, he is convinced it is “unquestionably a forgery” and “just the tip of the iceberg.”
Gallups then asked why a forgery would have been presented for “the president of the United States,” after which he and Mack discussed several possible scenarios to answer the question.
“The bottom line is this thing needs to be moved to a congressional investigation,” Gallups said. “It could be…that the man is not even a U.S. citizen. Congress must investigate this; the constitution demands that they look into this.”
Article II, Section 1, clause 5 requires the president and commander-in-chief to be a “natural born Citizen” and not simply “a Citizen,” as is required of Senators and members of the House of Representatives.
Mack agreed with Gallups and said that he personally believes that Obama went to “great lengths” in presenting the fraudulent birth certificate to cover the fact that he was not born in the United States. “It needs to be done, and the law needs to be respected,” he said. “This must be answered by Congress.”
At the conclusion of the interview, Mack invited anyone listening to “get involved” with the “CSPOA posse” to become “part of the solution.”
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.