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BENGHAZI, ILLEGAL ALIENS, JAILED MARINE, ELIGIBILITY KEY PROTEST POINTS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 15, 2014) — A rally calling for Obama’s impeachment and removal from office was held on Saturday from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. PDT outside of Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA, where Barack Hussein Obama was giving a commencement speech to University of California, Irvine graduates.
Participant and blog owner Gary Wilmott was a sponsor of the event, having publicized it with a flyer which was posted at BirtherReport, The Post & Email, and other websites over the last two weeks. The Coalition to Impeach Obama Now was a participant, as was We the People Rising.
George Miller of Constitutional Reset was in attendance and published a report on his blog on Saturday evening. As Wilmott related, protesters carried signs of varying sizes and slogans, with one saying, “Jail to the Chief” and another identifying Obama as an “America Hating Criminal.” Others signs mentioned the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 which killed four Americans and about which the Obama regime lied to the American people as to the cause.
Some protesters objected to the invasion of illegal aliens at the southern border which has become uncontrollable and which Obama and putative vice president Joe Biden have encouraged in recent weeks.
On his flyer, Wilmott referred to Obama as “usurper and liar-in-chief,” referring to Obama’s questionable constitutional eligibility, birthplace, life narrative, and fraudulent Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate as determined by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse.
“Everybody had signs in their hands and flags,” Wilmott said. He also said that the University of California at Irvine paid $2,000,000 for extra security for Obama’s visit.
Wilmott estimated that about 125 people attended. He then told us:
“There was a modest police presence visible, but they had about a dozen or so mounted police and police in riot gear at a site nearby in case there was trouble. There was a very vocal Muslim group who was supporting The Muslim Brotherhood and they wanted the release of Mohamed Morsi in Egypt. They had a pretty good contingent; I would say probably about 30 or 40. A lot of them wore black, and their faces were obstructed by hoods. They looked like terrorists and kind-of forbidding.
“Orly Taitz got in to the event and listened to the speech. I asked her if Obama was booed at all, and she said, “No.” She came out and made the rounds and came over and gave me a hug. She took some pictures of some of my banners, and I took some pictures of her with some people who wanted pictures. She knows me pretty well.
“It was a good crowd. There were lots of signs, a lot of banners, a lot of exposure. The police didn’t bother us. As a matter of fact, when I got there – I was one of the early birds there at 9:15 – three Anaheim police officers came over to me right away and said, “Do you mind if we take down your name and your cell phone number?” I said, “No.” They said, “What are you expecting to go on here today?” They prefaced it by saying, “We fully support what you’re doing here; you have the right to demonstrate.” I said, “The faction that I’m with is more about Obama eligibility, the so-called “birther…” and he kind-of smiled. “He’s got forged ID documents and a forged birth certificate. I gave him a litany of things and they just nodded their heads. I just wanted to give them some substance as to what we were there for. I said, “We don’t know where he was born; we don’t even know who he is; we don’t even know if he’s an American citizen; we don’t even know if that’s his name, and we don’t know his parents.” When you’re telling the story, you can see these wry grins on their faces; they know what’s going on.
“The spokesman for the cops was very nice, very pleasant. He said, “Well, look, you guys do your thing, have a great day…we fully support your right to do this. Now I’ll make my rounds and go on the other street corners and talk to them and make sure that everybody’s on the same page. He was absolutely emphatic…They were really nice. They said, “Make sure you’re safe; we don’t want any arguments or anything.”
“Some of the other groups confronted us and tried to spew their propaganda, and I told them, “You stay on your corner; we’ll stay on ours. You do your thing; we’ll do our thing. I said, “Why do you have all these women over there dressed in potato sacks?” and he said, “Well, that’s their choice.” But I said, “In my opinion, you subjugate women…how many wives are you allowed to have, five?” and he said, “No, it’s four,” and he said, “That’s our religion.” I told him how they’re taking over Western Europe, which is being ruined…I said, “I don’t see your religion as a religion of peace.” He said, “That’s not true.”
Wilmott said there were “a lot of signs” calling on Mexico to free Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, who has been jailed since March 31 when he took a wrong turn while driving in the Southern California desert, driving into Mexico with three legally-owned firearms. Tahmooressi has reportedly been beaten and tortured by the Mexicans. While visiting Mexico during the third week of May, putative Secretary of State John Kerry took no apparent action on Tahmooressi’s behalf.
A group calling itself “Shield Tactical” is currently en route to the U.S.-Mexico border over the weekend in an attempt to convince the Mexican authorities to free Tahmooressi, who served two tours in Afghanistan and was in California for treatment for PTSD.
Wilmott said that he saw “at least six Chinook helicopters” signaling Obama’s arrival at Irvine. An observer reported that Obama landed in a parking lot at the Honda Center, where the Anaheim Ducks hockey team plays. “He was then motored in through the rear entrance,” Wilmott related. “He was pretty-well insulated; we were no bother to him whatsoever.”
“There were groups of people crossing the street over and over at intersections and getting their signs in front of the drivers,” Wilmott said. “It was kind-of incredible protesting some guy with an escort of six or seven helicopters and a decoy helicopter and I don’t even think he’s an American citizen.”
Regarding Obama, Wilmott said, “They treat him like a king.”
Later on Saturday evening, Wilmott recontacted The Post & Email to say that a news report which appeared on a local television station omitted video of the signage at the rally. “There was only one media outlet there, our local NBC affiliate, Channel 4. Roger did an interview with them. They were around here and there, going around to different corners and filming the groups. Then they disappeared for an hour or two and came back. I got to chatting with the reporter, Reggie, again. He had a cameraman with him. They were very friendly. Toward the end, I could see that they were getting ready to leave. I said, ‘Reggie, did you get my banners here?’ I said, ‘I think you got my other one earlier this morning, but would you video this one, too? Put it on the air; show it,’ and he said, ‘Oh, yeah, I’ll show it.’ So the cameraman got his camera all set up and shot it.
“I came home and the report was, ‘President Obama arrived in the southland today and he did this and he did that..then he helicoptered over in Marine One to Angel Stadium and gave the commencement speech at UC Irvine…and there was a standing ovation for him…
Wilmott said that the news report then showed some of the college graduates “frothing at the mouth with adulation” saying that Obama’s visit was the “greatest thing in the world.”
“Then the news report said that there were ‘about 100 protesters there’ Wilmott said. “The main themes were immigration and Iraq,” Wilmott related the report as having broadcast. “Well, Iraq was not one of the main themes; immigration definitely was. There were a lot of signs saying, ‘No Amnesty.’ Just half an hour away, there is a camp for these young kids at a Navy Battalion base.”
Wilmott described the news report as “very superficial. Two or three times, the reporter said, ‘There were no arrests today,'” which Wilmott felt was a misrepresentation of the event. “The implication is that there should be arrest or something,” he told us. “The idea that just by definition, if you’re a protester, there is a strong likelihood that you’re a troublemaker…Why was that a topic?”
Wilmott perceived that the news report presented the event such that the average viewer would gain a negative view of “protesters.” “They mentioned nothing in either report about ‘eligibility.'” he told us. “Most of the signs were about impeaching Obama and his crimes, whether it was Benghazi, IRS, the borders…it’s about Obama. The signs were very personal and they were directed at him. It was about his violations of the Constitution and the exasperation of the people there of even having to deal with him on a daily basis and he’s not being called on the carpet for it. It’s absolute impatient and disgust at his criminal activity.”
“I told the guy, ‘I’m a birther,’ and he kind-of smiled. ‘Basically, what a ‘birther is, Reggie, is a constitutionalist,'” Wilmott told the reporter.
“Right at the end of one of his reports, he had a little snippet of his interview with Roger in which the reporter’s voice said, ‘Not everybody was upset with Obama’s policies; there were some ‘birtthers’ here.’ Then he said, ‘One of the birthers is Roger, and he believes that the president’s birth certificate is fake.'”
Wilmott said that he had explained to Reggie why millions believe that the long-form birth certificate image is “fake,” as the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse declared that its criminal investigation had determined it to be fraudulent beyond probable cause more than two years ago.
“They said they would show the ‘birther’ signs and the banners; they didn’t. They didn’t show anything that said Obama failed E-Verify, the ones about Social Security numbers, forged Selective Service registration, nothing to do with eligibility or identity fraud.”
“I have another banner which they videoed, and I said to them, ‘I guarantee that this isn’t making it on the news tonight,'” Wilmott had told the reporter, to which the reporter had replied, “This is my report; I can get it on.” Wilmott described the banner as eight feet wide and saying “America Hating Criminal” and quotes of Obama’s saying that he would “make his own laws.”
“I challenged them by saying, ‘You’re not going to put this on the news tonight,’ and they didn’t. What I meant was that even if they try to get it on, it won’t get on. They’re more than willing at the station to have their reporter out in the field and provide them with material, but if they think it’s controversial, they’re not going to put it on,” Wilmott said. “They essentially said that there were protesters about Iraq, immigration, and then there was a ‘radical element’ urging free elections in Egypt and releasing Morsi. The point is that it was a lead story because it leads off with Obama in the southland. There was nothing about crimes against the American people, nothing about constitutional violations, nothing about identity fraud, eligibility issues. But at the end, he squeezed in about 20 seconds of this ‘birther’ Roger saying that ‘he thinks that the birth certificate is a fake.'”
Wilmott said that the news report was “so edited and so weak” that the “people at home” would look at Roger and the others and think, “There are a few birthers there; look how nutty they sound.”
Wilmott said that many of the protesters were middle-aged women who were “aghast” at Obama’s actions, which they believe show that Obama “doesn’t have our interests at heart.” “They are shocked that nothing is being done,” Wilmott reported.