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by Sharon Rondeau

An internet search no longer shows an entry for the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011, which was declared a forgery by the Maricopa County Cold, Case Posse on March 1, 2012

(Mar. 16, 2014) — In conducting research for another article, The Post & Email has discovered exclusively that the long-form birth certificate image purported to be a certified copy of Obama’s original record from Hawaii has been removed.

In an internet search, the term no longer led to the White House website as it has since April 27, 2011, when the image was posted.

Within 24 hours, it was declared a forgery by experts.  Nevertheless, members of Congress have represented it as authentic and feigned a lack of knowledge on the crime committed by as-yet unknown operatives.

The only portion remaining of the original White House web page which had contained the fraudulent image is a video of Obama speaking on April 27, 2011 at a press conference regarding the image’s release to the public.

Jay Carney’s remarks from that day remain, but the image is nowhere to be found at whitehouse.gov.

Screenshots showing references to the long-form birth certificate do not include whitehouse.gov, which had typically come up in the top five entries.

The Cold Case Posse announced late last year that breaking news would be forthcoming in the near future from Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who launched a second criminal investigation as a follow-on to the birth certificate investigation.

References to the birth certificate on whitehouse.gov are plentiful, but the image does not appear with any of them.

Screenshot from whitehouse.gov from search for “long-form birth certificate” on March 16, 2014

The Obama regime had pledged to be the most transparent administration in history.

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  1. I figured it would be a matter of time before that happened. It used to be standard protocol for some congressman to refer constituent questions about Obama’s eligibility to the mentioned White House website and now removed document.