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by Sharon Rondeau

Miki Booth was raised in Hawaii and had a child at Kapiolani Medical Center, where Obama says he was born. No hospital official will confirm Obama’s claim.

(Nov. 5, 2013) — Constitutional activist Miki Booth was the second guest on the WheresObamasBirthCertificate radio show on Tuesday evening hosted by Mike Volin, discussing a book soon to be released by two NBC “reporters” claiming that Obama “found” his long-form birth certificate at his home in Chicago two weeks before it was posted on the White House website.

The two writers, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, report that Obama located his birth certificate while rummaging through “some boxes.”  Booth believes that the “birth certificate” described in the new book is a souvenir which Kapiolani Medical Center gives to parents whose babies are born there.

The long-form birth certificate was declared a forgery by many document experts and the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse on March 1, 2012.

Some are now asking why Obama’s personal attorney, Judith Corley, needed to travel to Honolulu, HI on April 22, 2011 to obtain two certified copies of Obama’s original birth certificate if Obama had found the original in Chicago almost two weeks prior.

Booth said that the physician identified on Obama’s purported long-form birth certificate image is the same doctor who delivered her son in 1981 at Kapiolani, Dr. David Sinclair.

The NBC writers claim that Obama “beat the birthers in 2012,” referring to Obama’s second presidential campaign and the many remaining questions about his birthplace, documentation and background.

Douglas Vogt, who filed two affidavits with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington with evidence of fraud, forgery and conspiracy regarding the Obama long-form birth certificate, named NBC executives and journalist Savannah Guthrie as involved in perpetuating the falsehood that the image released on April 27, 2011 is authentic.

Vogt provided the following response to the NBC writers’ claims:

Executives at GE, NBC and Savannah Guthrie are named in my Affidavits filed in the Seattle Federal Court. They know what they did and it is they who are doubling down on their lie. So, April 14th, 2011, Obama found his actual hospital birth documentation with his actual footprints on it yet on April 22nd, 2011, he had his attorney send a letter to Hawaii requesting two copies of his legal birth certificate. He then publishes a manipulated pdf of a purported birth certificate on the Internet. Then why order/create one when you purportedly have the one with PRINTS on it? Read GE’s and NBCs insolvent on my web site www.vectorpub.com and learn why they are so nervous. Ask yourself: Why is NBC bringing this subject up again when it was suppose to have been a dead issue for the media? I guess its not so dead—is it?

The Post & Email read the “beat-the-birthers” excerpt and believes it was written as satire, propaganda, or a mixture of both.

Dr. Garrow rejoined the conversation and said that the “fraud” because of the birth certificate must be stopped.  He complimented Booth on her research into Hawaiian birth certificates and her book, “Memoirs of a Community Organizer.”

Booth said that she became concerned when Obama’s account of his birth in Hawaii did not mesh with her knowledge of Kapiolani and other facts about Hawaii, where Booth spent most of her life before moving to Oklahoma some years ago.

Booth said she wrote the book so that there would be “a record” of “everything that has happened.”  “I have a lot of Doug Vogt’s information in it,” she said, referring to the evidence of fraud and forgery confirmed by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse.

In closing the program, Garrow said that more people “like us” are needed to elucidate the public about Obama’s fraud.  He said that every time Obama speaks, he is lying.

Volin reminded the listeners of the trip to Washington, DC planned for November 18 and 19 to deliver sheriff’s kits to members of Congress.

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