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by Sharon Rondeau

In August 2011, approximately 250 members of the Surprise, AZ Tea Party approached Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio with a request to investigate the reported forgery of Obama’s long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website in April of that year

(Dec. 21, 2014) — A regular visitor to Jeff Lichter, who has been hospitalized since early October after experiencing surgical complications, on Sunday reported that the patient is now making a “remarkable” recovery.

Lichter was recently moved from Kindred Hospital in Peoria, AZ to another facility, where he will reportedly remain for “19 days.”

The eyewitness further reported that Lichter “is on solid food. He is taking steps with the aide of a parallel bar. Holding normal conversations.”

On December 9, Lichter had apparently recovered to the point where he was feeling “bored,” perhaps from the inactivity imposed by his convalescence.

After receiving daily, and then intermittent, dialysis, the visitor reports that none is scheduled for this coming week.

Lichter began physical therapy last week and was able to stand up with assistance for the first time in more than two months.

“He is reading his current emails ( he has over 500 in his inbox) but, the Wi-Fi for some reason makes it difficult for him to reply.  Your prayers are working. He has a long road of hard work ahead of him. His health is still very fragile but, the outlook is positive,” the visitor reported.

Lichter is a member of the Surprise, AZ Tea Party and one of the original members who approached Sheriff Joe Arpaio about the reported forgery of Obama’s long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011.  Arpaio then commissioned his Cold Case Posse to investigate the image with the stated intention of “clearing the president.”

Several days later, the posse concluded that the image was problematic and could not have originated with a paper document.  On March 1, 2012, posse lead investigator Mike Zullo and Arpaio stated at a press conference that the image was a “computer-generated forgery,” along with Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form, which had been mailed by the Selective Service System to FOIA requesters.

Early in 2009, two such requesters noted that they received different versions of the Selective Service registration records bearing the name “Barack Hussein Obama.”

Congress has refused to investigate the matter.  Complaints of treason and Obama’s alleged ineligibility to hold the office of president as a “foreign born domestic enemy” have been blocked from reaching a federal grand jury since March 17, 2009.

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