NEW INFORMATION “SHOULD HAVE OPENED HIS EYES”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 28, 2013) — On Friday, Mike Volin of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC) informed The Post & Email of a response letter written by Rep. Paul Ryan to a constituent who had hand-delivered one of Volin’s Sheriff’s Kits to Ryan’s district office in November. In the letter, Ryan indicated no knowledge of the criminal investigation conducted by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse into the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website concluding that the image is fraudulent despite the detailed presentation provided on the DVDs.
Last month, Volin and a team of concerned citizens traveled to Washington, DC and distributed approximately 300 kits, 200 of which were given to members of Congress, chiefs of staff and aides, some with live demonstrations.
On Thursday, Volin reported that two U.S. senators not in receipt of kits had specifically requested them, with hand deliveries made by David Small on December 4. While there, Small also delivered a kit to House Judiciary Chairman Robert Goodlatte and the chief counsel of the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security.
In early March of last year, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio gave a press conference in which they announced that the birth certificate image did not originate with a paper document and deeming it a “computer-generated forgery.” The posse also concluded that Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form is fraudulent, a copy of which was sent to The Post & Email following a FOIA request made in 2010 in which the responder stated that he was “unable to answer” certain questions.
A second press conference revealing details of the ongoing investigation was held on July 17, 2012, after which the mainstream media attempted to excoriate the messengers rather than perform its own independent investigations of the conclusions, which were that the case for claim of forgery had surpassed the standard of probable cause.
During his interview on Friday, Volin related that a response similar to Ryan’s had been received from Rep. Charlie Dent, to whom he and CDR Charles F. Kerchner, Jr. (Ret.) had personally presented the information contained in the Sheriff’s Kit in September in a district office. Zullo had joined the session by telephone. Volin said the meeting lasted “almost two hours,” with Dent’s communications director also in attendance.
Kerchner is a constituent of Dent’s.
Of Dent’s level of interest, Volin reported:
He asked question after question. It was all talking points. “Why didn’t John McCain do anything about this?” I said, “Excuse me, congressman, but this information wasn’t available when McCain was running.” “Why didn’t Gov. Linda Lingle do anything?” “Well, she did, but her health department director, Chiyome Fukino, said that it was “half-typed and half-handwritten.” The next governor, Neil Abercrombie, said he couldn’t even find it. And the congressman just kept coming back with that.
When we played the part about the Selective Service stamp forgery, he said, “I’ve never seen this,” and I said, “Well, congratulations.” Anyway, five weeks after giving him the presentation, his answer was he “believes Obama is an American.”
In September, we met Congressman Dent in his local office. When I went to Washington, DC in November, I made it a point to stop by his office. We had just gotten that word that he believed Obama was “an American.” So I knocked on his door, and the chief of staff came out and told me to come back in a half-hour, which we did. When we got there, I said, “Hi, we just got the word that the congressman said that as a result of the information we gave him, he ‘believes Obama is an American.’ There’s something wrong here; maybe he’s mistaken me for somebody else. Could you find out?
After Volin and his team returned to Rep. Dent’s office, the following interaction took place with his chief of staff:
She said, “I spoke with the congressman; he told me who you are; he knows who you are; I now know who you are. I’ll give you a couple of minutes of my time. Do you need my time?” and I said, “Yes.” I gave her a quick overview of the presentation which took me about 7-10 minutes. I said, “This is what we showed the congressman along with the presentation from Mike Zullo,” and she said, “So what’s the problem? he thinks he’s an American.” And I said, “The problem is we don’t think the congressman knows it’s us; he must be confused with somebody else.” She knew what we were talking about.
She just stood up then and said, “He has the final word; it’s over; that’s it. That’s his decision.”
Don’t forget: we had Mike Zullo on the telephone [in September]. For 45 minutes, the congressman asked him questions, and Mike Zullo gave him information that nobody has heard before. It should have opened his eyes.
It took five weeks of almost everyday phone calls to get an answer from him, and this is what we got.
The Post & Email asked, “To your knowledge, has that information since been made public or someone else?” to which Volin responded, “It has not been made public.”
Volin further said:
Mike was being a true professional. He saw that CDR Kerchner and I took the time to meet with the congressman, that we had the meeting set up, we were all situated in the congressman’s office on speakerphone with the congressman. He thought that this was considered important enough as a national security issue and that he could trust everybody in the room, including a congressman, with that information. And it didn’t phase him.
“The standard response is ‘We believe he’s eligible,'” Volin said, although the information presented to the congressmen is that the birth certificate image is a forgery. “It’s like a cover-up,” Volin said.
The Post & Email observed to Volin that many letters received from members of Congress early in Obama’s first term stated that Obama “was born in Hawaii,” but that letters now appear to be focusing on the contention that Obama is “eligible.” The Cold Case Posse has stated that a reliable source has told them that “There never was a birth in Hawaii” in regard to Obama.
Volin said that as a result of advertisements run by Kerchner in The Washington Times recently on three consecutive Mondays have resulted in calls for Sheriff’s Kits.