The Post & Email Contacts Rep. Stockman’s Office About Birth Certificate Forgery

HAS ACTION BEEN TAKEN BY ANYONE IN CONGRESS YET?

by Sharon Rondeau

Last year, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo gave two press conferences during which the findings of fraud and forgery in Obama’s documentation were divulged. Neither Congress nor the press launched its own investigation, and the media refuses to report on the issue.

(Aug. 7, 2013) — Amidst questions which have arisen from a statement made by Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL3) at a town hall meeting on August 3, The Post & Email contacted the Washington, DC office of Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX36) to inquire if he has written a “bill” or other type of proposal to deal with the fraudulent image posted on the White House website purporting to be Obama’s long-form birth certificate.

After an initial telephone call, we were referred to Stockman’s media representative, and given his email address.  We then sent the following message:

Good morning, I am owner and editor of an electronic newspaper, The Post & Email, which covers corruption in government.  We have been reporting on the Obama birth certificate/eligibility issue for nearly four years.

Rep. Ted Yoho made a statement on August 3 at a town hall meeting which claimed that Rep. Stockman has drafted or is contemplating drafting a “bill” dealing with the reported forgery of the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website:  http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2013/08/rep-stockman-confirms-obama-fraud-bill.html

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The Post & Email has followed the investigation of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse since its beginnings in September 2011.  We have interviewed lead investigator Mike Zullo and supplied information gleaned from our own research, which includes helping to send a citizen investigator to Hawaii three years ago.

Can you confirm whether or not Rep. Stockman is working on a proposal, bill or resolution to address the reported forgery of Obama’s birth certificate?

Thank you very much.

Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
www.thepostemail.com
P.O. Box 195
Stafford Springs, CT  06076
203-987-7948

According to Yoho, he has agreed to support Stockman’s call for action, which Yoho described as “a bill.”  Zullo said on Sunday that he believed Yoho made his announcement in an “unintended” fashion.

Over the last 23 months, the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse has conducted an investigation into the image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 described as a certified copy of Obama’s long-form birth certificate.  Almost immediately after it was released, document examiners and graphics experts publicly declared it a forgery.  The posse’s investigation revealed on March 1, 2012 that the image was “a computer-generated forgery.”

The Selective Service registration card date-stamped with the year “1980” was also investigated and found to be a forgery by the Cold Case Posse.

At a second press conference held on July 17 last year, lead investigator Mike Zullo, along with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, declared the image fraudulent beyond probable cause.

Obama supporters and propagandists have since attempted to discredit the posse’s investigation and recently to entangle it in an IRS dragnet.  The Obama regime has been proven to have targeted Tea Party, anti-abortion, Second Amendment, First Amendment, religious, traditional family, pro-Israel and so-called “conservative” groups seeking tax-exempt status with cumbersome and possibly illegal requests for documentation as well as minutes and prayers from group meetings.

Stockman was reportedly the first and perhaps the only congressman who sought out information from the posse in mid-March when Zullo and Pastor Carl Gallups traveled CPAC in mid-March with the evidence.

On July 31, Mike Volin of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com met with his congressman, Rep. Lou Barletta, with two other constituents, to show him video and other evidence demonstrating that the birth certificate is a forgery.

On his radio show, Gallups has asked anyone with proof that the image is not a forgery to come forward.  A “computer expert” who spoke to an Arizona news station stated that the presence of multiple layers is not enough to declare a document a forgery and that the scanner he used to test an employee’s birth certificate “does the same thing.”  However, that expert did not definitively vouch for the authenticity of the Obama birth certificate, while a court-certified document examiner, Reed Hayes, who has performed work for Obama’s own law firm, has declared it “a 100% forgery.”  Hayes was paid for his work and wrote a 40-page report on his findings which the posse copyrighted for future use.

Several months ago, Zullo filed a 57-page affidavit with the posse’s findings with an Alabama Supreme Court case challenging Obama’s constitutional eligibility.  The Post & Email will be contacting the court in an attempt to discover a possible hearing date for the case.

Obama himself has described his life story with discrepancies and inconsistencies which have never been explained.

One Response to "The Post & Email Contacts Rep. Stockman’s Office About Birth Certificate Forgery"

  1. ELmo   Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 12:25 PM

    Yoho’s comment says: Someone at a Tea Party meeting told him “Stockman’s got a bill” – NOT “Stockman intends to file a bill” or “Stockman is thinking about filing a bill” He says the “Guy” tells him “Stockman’s GOT a bill”. The ORYR headline jumps it to the next level. The Headline reads “US Congressman Steve Stockman confirms bill on Sheriff Joe’s Obama ID Fraud Case”. I’m willing to bet at this point that there isn’t a Bill (otherwise a House Bill number would have been provided as confirmation.

    A quick review of “Bills” sponsored or co-sponsored by Stockman,
    indicates that the “Confirmed Bill” does not yet exist. This review
    took about 10 minutes and could easily have been done by ORYR before they posted the “Confirmation” headline.

    When news sites jump the gun like that, it can end up hurting the cause by leading people to believe “here we go again, they said there was a bill and there isn’t one” – This discourages many people from participating in pushing the issue forward.

    It seems to me that “Yoho” was talking out of school about something
    that might happen, but hasn’t happened yet and therefor might not happen at all. What online sites “Confirm” affects peoples’ perception of success probability and therefor their willingness to participate. We should be careful about what we say is a “Done Deal” IMO.

    On the other hand, if there is “Confirmation of a Bill” – Present the House Bill or House Resolution number so that we can write in support of an actuality instead of in support of a positive promise of a possible maybe.
    ELmo

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