When “Facts” are Lies


by Sharon Rondeau

Can Obama be trusted to cite any “facts” accurately?

(Sep. 28, 2014) — On Sunday evening, CBS White House correspondent Mark Knoller tweeted at approximately 8:10 p.m. EDT, “Pres believes Dems can retain control of the Senate. He’s hopeful voters will hear his arguments. “All I’m doing is presenting the facts.”

In response, The Post & Email tweeted, “Just as he did with his fraudulent birth certificate which the MSM doesn’t have the courage to report: http://www.mcsoccp.org/joomla/,” referring to the criminal investigation carried out by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse which announced publicly on March 1, 2012 that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration from are “computer-generated forgeries.”

After a second press conference on July 17 of that year in which Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio asked Congress to launch an investigation to disprove or confirm the posse’s findings for itself, the mainstream media ridiculed the messengers by asking, “How do you expect any of us to believe any of this?”

Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo stated that Obama “claimed ownership” of the fraudulent document in response to media defensiveness of Obama.  “That document isn’t real,” Zullo said.  “The Department of Health didn’t create the file; somebody else did.”

The “facts” which Obama has presented to the American people thus far are that he was born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961, although no hospital there will confirm his claim.  He stated in an interview with George Stephanopoulos on September 7, 2008 that he registered with the Selective Service System in 1979, but his registration form indicates the year “80.”  Unlike other registration forms from the era obtained through FOIA requests which contain all four numbers for the year, Obama’s form contains a two-digit number “80,” providing an indication that it is fraudulent.

Further, after requesting and ultimately receiving Obama’s purported Selective Service registration documents through a FOIA request following Obama’s interview with Stephanopoulos, other requesters received documents which differed from Coffman’s, including The Post & Email.

Obama’s statement of “facts” regarding his “signature” health care law, Obamacare, contained the assertion that “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,” which turned out to be false.  He also promised faith leaders and the American public that Obamacare would not force any American to pay for abortion, which is false.  The regime has sued Catholic charity groups such as Little Sisters of the Poor, who have dedicated themselves to serving low-income, elderly individuals in 31 countries around the world since 1839, in an attempt to force them to pay for contraceptives for their employees in violation of their religious beliefs.

Obama said that his alleged parents were married when he was born, but his wife Michelle said that “Barack’s mother was very young and very single” when she gave birth.   While claiming he grew up in Hawaii, his wife calls Kenya his “home country.”

The Obama regime’s “facts” in regard to the terrorist attack on a U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya were that it was instigated by an obscure internet video, a lie perpetrated over public airwaves to the American people for weeks before then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, then-United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice and Obama himself were forced to admit that a video had had nothing to do with the attack which killed four Americans.

Four CIA whistleblowers have now come forward to confirm that a “stand-down” order was given to them three times when they moved to mount a rescue of Americans trapped in or outside of the compound on September 11, 2012, contradicting the regime’s position that no one was deterred from attempting to save American lives.

A more complete list of Obama’s lies can be found here.

2 Responses to "When “Facts” are Lies"

  1. gigclick   Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 9:54 PM

    He whispered to the Arab Sheiks when he was attending a ceremony and said, “Don’t worry, when I get in, I’ll take care of everything.”

  2. Stephen Hiller   Monday, September 29, 2014 at 6:38 AM

    A “complete” list of Obama’s lies, which would have to include calling himself by the name Obama, would have more entries than the encyclopedia Britannica.

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