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HOW MUCH DO THEY KNOW BUT WILL NOT SAY?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 18, 2014) — On Friday, The Post & Email reported that a strange response had been received from a staffer to Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS1) after we asked whether or not a Sheriff’s Kit delivered last November had been provided to the congressman by Jim Pfaff, Huelskamp’s Chief of Staff, the person to whom it was personally given.
Mike Volin of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com and a group of citizens had traveled to Washington, DC to distribute the kits on November 18 and 19, which contain an audio-visual presentation of Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo explaining the posse’s conclusions that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form are “computer-generated forgeries.”
The posse has conducted the only known criminal investigation into Obama’s long-form birth certificate, which was determined by computer experts to be a forgery after its posting on the White House website on April 27, 2011.
On March 13, 2014, Randy Foreman of NewsBlaze reported that he personally spoke with the two congressmen at a “conservative” conference sponsored by The Heritage Foundation on an unspecified date, during which he asked both men if they were “following the [Obama] birth certificate issue.” Foreman reported that he received very similar responses from both Huelskamp and Labrador, with Huelskamp insisting that his constituents had not raised the matter of the birth certificate forgery throughout “fifteen town halls in the last couple of months.”
Although The Post & Email spoke with Foreman once approximately six weeks ago, two emails sent since he published his article through the contact portal at NewsBlaze have bounced back to us.
Zullo revealed early last month on a radio program that a second criminal investigation had sprung from the Cold Case Posse’s probe of the birth certificate image. Zullo also stated that one or two press conferences could be expected in the near future with “universe-shattering information,” perhaps as soon as this month.
Several weeks ago, radio host, minister, and former deputy sheriff Carl Gallups announced on his “Freedom Friday” show that “major media” are now involved in the preparing to disseminate the information which Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio plans to release.
After calling Huelskamp’s office in Washington on Friday, we were given the email addresses for staffers Jamie Jackson and Pfaff, to which we directed our inquiry late Friday afternoon. To our surprise, we received two short responses from Jackson before the end of business that day which came within two minutes of each other, were contradictory, and did not address our question. We heard nothing from Pfaff.
On Tuesday, The Post & Email sent an email to Neil Siefring, Legislative Assistant to Rep. Raul Labrador (R-UT1), to inquire as to whether or not he had given the Sheriff’s Kit he was handed by volunteers in November to Labrador to view. We followed the email with a phone call to the number appearing on Siefring’s business card, which had been handed to the volunteers at the time.
Upon connecting with Labrador’s office, we spoke with Dan, who indicated that Siefring generally prefers to speak with people on the phone personally or receive follow-up emails to questions, but that he “doesn’t check his voice mail very often.” Dan asked the reason for our call, and when we stated that the results of an investigation are soon to be released concerning Obama, he replied, “Oh, yes, Sheriff Joe.”
Dan then took our message and said he would relay it to Siefring.
We then called Huelskamp’s office again and spoke with Austin Walton, who did not indicate familiarity with Arpaio’s investigation but was nevertheless courteous and did not attempt to argue the standard line reiterated by many congressional staffers of “He’s from Hawaii, ma’am.” After we stated our question, Walton asked us to express it again in an email, which is not uncommon. He said, “Send me an email with the information and we’ll see what’s going on.”
Our email sent to Walton reads as follows:
I am owner and editor of an electronic newspaper, The Post & Email (www.thepostemail.com), which covers government corruption.
My question is based on the following:
On March 13, Randy Foreman wrote that Rep. Huelskamp responded at a conference that he “was not following the birth certificate issue at all,” meaning the declared forgery of the long-form image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011.
In November, a group of volunteers visited Washington, DC with the purpose of distributing “Sheriff’s Kits” to members of Congress, of whom they reached approximately 200. The kits contain a presentation by lead investigator Mike Zullo of how the Cold Case Posse determined that the image, and Obama’s Selective Service registration form, are “computer-generated forgeries.” Two volunteers gave a copy of the DVD to Chief of Staff Jim Pfaff, and took his business card. Given that, the group has asked me to follow up as to whether or not Pfaff gave the DVD to Rep. Huelskamp to review. We understand that it is possible that even if Rep. Huelskamp is not “following the issue,” he is at least aware of the contents of the DVD or the matter at hand.
As you may know, a significant announcement described as “universe-shattering” is expected from Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the near future on a second criminal investigation stemming from the birth certificate investigation.
Thank you very much.
Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
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Stafford Springs, CT 06076