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by Sharon Rondeau

Is Josh Earnest “earnest” in his remarks about Donald Trump?

(Dec. 9, 2015) — On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was guilty of “vacuous sloganeering” which “disqualified” him from running.

Earnest added that Trump’s declared stance against taking in more “refugees” from Middle Eastern countries in the wake of the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, CA on December 2 rendered Trump a “carnival barker,” the same term which Barack Hussein Obama used on April 27, 2011 after the release of his purported long-form birth certificate on the White House website.

In early 2011, Trump had challenged Obama to release his more detailed birth certificate after many found his “Certification of Live Birth,” or “short-form” birth certificate wanting in regard to an official signature, registrar’s stamp, raised seal and identification of the medical facility.  After the White House made the release, Trump claimed credit, stating that a team of his people would “look at it” to determine whether or not it was authentic.

In a meeting in New York City on April 8, 2011, an attendee from Arizona heard Trump predict that the White House would release a forgery under the pressure Trump had created.

He ultimately decided not to seek the presidency in 2012.

An investigation commenced in September of that year declared on March 1, 2012 that the birth certificate image is a “computer-generated forgery,” along with Obama’s alleged Selective Service registration form which has been sent to an unknown number of FOIA requesters.

The White House has not responded to questions about the report of the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse, whose investigation has continued to the present day and involves a former CIA contractor, Dennis Montgomery, who worked as a confidential informant to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office for approximately a year.

The Cold Case Posse’s website is down as of this writing and has been hacked in the past.

In court testimony last month, posse lead investigator Michael Zullo said that Montgomery had worked on the “birth certificate” matter but did not elaborate, nor did attorneys for the defendants or plaintiffs explore the topic further.

The media declined to ask Zullo for more details on any of his testimony, which Zullo had predicted would not provide what he believed the judge, G. Murray Snow, was seeking in regard to Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio.

Arpaio commissioned the birth certificate investigation, using the Cold Case Posse to avoid costs to taxpayers.

In a brief press conference following the release of the birth certificate image, Obama claimed ownership of the “document” and chided his audience with, “We’re not going to be able to solve our problems if we get distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers.”

Obama added that “We live in a serious time right now…”

Following the San Bernardino attack, Obama’s regime declined to call it “terrorism” and doubled down on its support for U.S. Muslim communities and perceived threats to Americans expressing animosity toward Islam.

Since Obama has occupied the Oval Office, the Boston Marathon was attacked by two Chechen Muslims, killing three and maiming hundreds; and a radical Muslim Army Major at Ft. Hood killed 13 plus an unborn child and caused more than a dozen injuries.

Following the San Bernardino attack, which is now considered terrorist in nature, Obama extolled the qualities of Muslims, particularly those serving in the military.

On April 27, 2011, Obama said he had “watched with bemusement” the preoccupation with questions about “the site of my birth,” which he claims to be Honolulu, Hawaii on August 4, 1961.

But Zullo has said that there is “no evidence” that Obama was ever in Hawaii before the age of five.  Zullo describes Obama’s book, Dreams From My Father, as to detail “a life that was never lived.”

Earnest said on Tuesday that “the first thing a president does when he or she takes the oath of office is to swear an oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States,” and that Trump would be unable to do so because of his position advocating a moratorium on Middle-Eastern tourist visas and immigration.

There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution which requires the president to accept refugees, although Article II, Section 1, clause 5 requires that the president and commander-in-chief be a “natural born Citizen.” Because Obama claims a father who was never a citizen of the United States and the fact that his claimed birth in Hawaii is as yet unproven, millions of Americans doubt that he was ever eligible to take the oath of office or seek the presidency in 2008.

On January 20, 2009, both U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts and Obama made mistakes in administering and repeating, respectively, the presidential oath of office. Therefore, the following day, the oath was reportedly administered a second time without any press coverage.

Four years later, upon Obama’s reported reelection, Obama again was unable to recite the oath without stumbling.

Since occupying the Oval Office, Obama has been criticized for failing to uphold the Constitution and Bill of Rights, in particular the First, Second, Fourth and Tenth Amendments.

When states have enacted laws requiring photo identification for voters or more stringent immigration requirements, the Obama regime has filed lawsuits against them. The Obama Justice Department is currently an intervenor in the case for which Zullo testified last month, with one of its attorney representatives having past experience with Montgomery while Montgomery’s home was raided by the FBI in what was later termed a violation of his Fourth Amendment rights.

Arpaio is a defendant in the case, which is just completing its eighth year of activity.

While Ernest claimed that Trump’s hair is “fake,” Obama’s only proffered documentation has been found to be fake.

In August 2014, a congressional staffer admitted, “We know the birth certificate is a fake.”

Zullo told members of Congress at the 2013 CPAC conference that the forgery of Obama’s birth certificate and Selective Service form constitute a “federal felony.”

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