“FORGERY” DOES NOT EQUATE TO “CITIZENSHIP”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 27, 2013) — On Friday, Mike Volin of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC) contacted The Post & Email to report that Rep. Paul Ryan issued a letter representing that the forgery of Obama’s long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website is authentic after having been provided a Sheriff’s Kit in one of his district offices last month.
Last year, Ryan was Mitt Romney’s choice for vice president in the race against Obama and Joe Biden.
Volin produced the Sheriff’s Kits in order to widely distribute a presentation given by Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo during which Zullo explains that the birth certificate image uploaded on April 27, 2011 is a “computer-generated forgery.”
The posse held two press conferences last year during which the announcement and details of its conclusions were released,including that Obama’s Selective Service registration form is also fraudulent.
The mainstream media has misrepresented the findings of the posse or failed to report on it altogether.
In May of this year, Zullo told The Post & Email in an interview that the forgery was published “with the intent to deceive.”
On November 18 and 19, Volin and several colleagues traveled to Washington, DC to present Sheriff’s Kits and hold briefings with members of Congress. Some meetings were scheduled in advance, while others were conducted spontaneously while the team walked from office to office.
Since that time, Volin has released some of the names of those in Congress who have received kits. On December 17, a member of Volin’s team told The Post & Email that he had separately mailed Sheriff’s Kits to nine members of Congress, including Speaker of the House John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
Wisconsin resident and Ryan constituent Pamela Fisher told The Post & Email on Friday that she had planned to meet Volin in Washington, DC to distribute Sheriff’s Kits to members of Congress on November 18 and 19 but was prevented from traveling because of the severe tornado which affected much of the Midwest, particularly Washington, IL.
Instead, Fisher delivered a kit to Ryan’s Janesville, WI office, obtaining the signature of a staffer with a pledge that it would be given directly to Ryan, then did the same at the local office of Sen. Ron Johnson.
Ryan’s letter reads as follows:
Ms. Pamela Fisher
Thank you for contacting me regarding your thoughts about President Barack Obama’s citizenship. I appreciate you taking the time to let me know your views on this important issue.
Since President Obama was elected, many individuals have expressed concerns regarding his citizenship and eligibility to serve as the President of the United States given the requirements delineated in the Constitution. On April 27, 2011, in response to these criticisms, President Obama released the long form of his birth certificate, which was issued by the Hawaii State Department of Health.
For your review, I have also included an electronic copy of the long form of the President’s birth certificate. I certainly understand the importance of this issue, and I hope you find the information useful.
If you wish to share additional information with me concerning this issue, please feel free to contact me by calling, emailing, writing, or faxing me. Please be advised that mail sent to my Washington office is subject to an additional two-week delay due to increased mail security.
Thank you again for sharing your thoughts with me regarding this issue. If I can be of further assistance to you regarding this or any other matter, please do not hesitate to contact me. I am always happy to respond and be of service to you.
Serving Wisconsin’s 1st District
Ryan’s contact information and district offices appeared below his signature, followed by the referenced attachment of the long-form birth certificate image:
<President Obama Birth Certificate.pdf>
Volin reported a similar experience with Rep. Charlie Dent in which Dent referenced Obama’s citizenship but not the forgery in a response letter. Volin and his team have not referenced Obama’s citizenship in their presentations, but, like Zullo, have focused on the forgeries.
Fisher believes that any congressman who will not investigate the forgery is failing to uphold his oath to the Constitution. “It’s not what you think; you have a responsibility, and we want you to do your job,” Fisher said, addressing members of Congress who have been informed of the crime.
The Post & Email asked Fisher what her opinion of Ryan had been prior to receiving the letter, to which she responded, “Every time I have an issue and I ask him, I do get a response.” We asked her what her opinion is now, to which said replied, “I think he’s skirting the issue; I don’t understand why he doesn’t think this is a national security matter.”
To date, no member of Congress has taken overt action to determine who created the forgery of Obama’s purported documentation, or why.