“HE FOUND HIS BIRTH CERTIFICATE”
by Sharon Rondeau
“I remember when he finally found his birth certificate,” Love told the interviewer. “You come from…your parents don’t live together, you travel all over the world, documents get lost there,…and so he wanted to have, like an impromptu press conference,” Love said, in an apparent reference to the April 27, 2011 posting of what was purported to be Obama’s long-form birth certificate on the White House website.
Love described Obama as having been “irritated about” the birth certificate issue, which was brought to the public’s attention by Donald Trump, who had been exploring a possible presidential run and demanded that Obama prove he was born in the U.S. as Obama claimed.
Two days before the White House released the image to the public, Trump claimed that he had been told that Obama’s original birth certificate was “missing.” One day before the release, CNN published a story reporting that former Hawaii Health Department Director Dr. Chiyome Fukino had “no doubt” that Obama was born in Hawaii. The link to the original printed story is now broken.
Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires that the president and commander-in-chief be a “natural born Citizen,” which most people believe means “born on U.S. soil.” There is also historical evidence that the citizenship of the parents or father was a factor as important, if not more significant, than the child’s birth on U.S. soil.
Members of Congress have confused “native born” with “natural born.”
No paper copy of the original birth certificate has ever been produced for the public.
Love was referred to as Obama’s “body man” and personal assistant beginning with Obama’s campaign for the presidency in 2007. In 2006, Love interviewed with Robert Gibbs, who was Obama’s senatorial communications director, and was given the position of “deputy political director.” He reportedly served “at Obama’s side” while Obama was a state senator in Illinois.
In May 2009, Gibbs attempted to “laugh off” questions presented by a WND reporter about the then-absence of a long-form birth certificate for Obama showing that he was born in the U.S. Referring to the short-form Certification of Live Birth which had appeared on several websites in June 2008, Gibbs responded that “it’s on the Internet because we put it on the Internet for each of those 400,000 to download. I certainly hope by the fourth year of our administration that we’ll have dealt with this burgeoning birth controversy.”
Obama’s purported short-form birth certificate was posted on the internet in several different versions and has also been stated to be a forgery by analysts.
During Obama’s first presidential campaign, Love reportedly “spent more time” with Obama than Michelle Obama did.
While assisting Obama in the White House, Love was called Obama’s “brother.” He has been referred to as Obama’s “buddy.” Love said he called Obama “a mentor” and “Mr. President” or “Sir.”
Love’s account of how the April 27, 2011 press conference came about differs from the White House’s official statements which claim that Obama’s personal attorney, Judith Corley, traveled to the Hawaii Department of Health on or about April 22, 2011 to pick up two certified copies of Obama’s original long-form birth certificate.
On April 27, an image appeared on the White House website which former law enforcement officers working for the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse and numerous computer professionals have deemed a “computer-generated forgery.”
In an initial press conference on March 1, 2012, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo demonstrated how the group concluded that the birth certificate image did not emanate from a paper document. They also also declared Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form to be fraudulent.
Neither Congress nor the FBI has carried out an investigation of the forgeries to anyone’s knowledge, nor will the mainstream media report on the posse’s findings. Zullo has been attempting to spur a congressional investigation since traveling to CPAC in mid-March and speaking with several “VIPs” there.
Recently, Rep. Duncan Hunter told a constituent that he would continue to “follow” the birth certificate matter in an apparent acknowledgement that it has not been resolved.
Carl Gallups, host of “Freedom Friday,” has reported with Zullo on air that Rep. Steve Stockman (R-TX 36) has agreed to take some type of action about the forgery.
The Hawaii Department of Health has been very guarded in its statements about Obama’s alleged birth record on file there and has not permitted investigators or members of the press to speak with Registrar Dr. Alvin Onaka, whose name is stamped on the forgery appearing on the White House website.
In Obama’s book Dreams From My Father, he stated that he “found” his birth certificate with an article about his alleged father’s departure from Hawaii in 1962.
ORYR is reporting that the Love video has been scrubbed from at least one website.
Many have written about the inconsistencies in Obama’s life story, including whether or not Obama’s parents ever lived together. Obama was reported by his biographer to have been born in Kenya, but the official biography was changed in 2007 to say that Obama was born in Hawaii and “raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”
Obama’s reported father was a citizen of another country, and according to some constitutional scholars, that fact alone renders Obama ineligible for the presidency.
The posse has found no evidence of Obama’s having been present in the state of Hawaii from birth through age 5.
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.