REPORTS VERY LOW SUPPORTER TURNOUT
by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 10, 2016) — On July 30, Obama eligibility activist Jeffrey Harrison was photographed by the Johnstown, PA Tribune-Democrat for an article titled “Protesters Speak Out Against Clinton” published the following day on the paper’s front page.
In the photo, taken by Thomas Slusser of the newspaper, Harrison is holding a sign bearing the word “BENGHAZI” in large red letters, referencing the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya which killed Amb. Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time and attempted unsuccessfully to portray to the public that the cause of the attack was Muslims’ anger over an obscure internet video.
Some consider Clinton personally responsible for the deaths of Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. On Tuesday, Atty. Larry Klayman announced that he filed a lawsuit against Clinton on behalf of Pat Smith, Sean Smith’s mother; and Charles Woods, the father of slain Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, claiming defamation and “allegedly wrongfully causing the death of their sons.”
The “Benghazi” sign additionally showed a number of drawn hand-prints filled in with red which Harrison said indicated that Clinton “has blood on her hands.”
Harrison, a former U.S. Marine, said he makes his own signs and “does artwork a little bit.” The photo in the print edition is not included in the online version of the article.
“We got there at 11:00, but she didn’t show up until about 2:30,” Harrison said. “At the plant gate, there were a bunch of Democrats who said there were 200 at the event, but I saw maybe half that or less. This is my interpretation, but there was maybe a handful at the other side of the street who weren’t VIPs. I didn’t see 200 people going in there.”
“I’m going to be going on street corners in my area,” Harrison said. “I have another sign that says, ‘Obama, Usurper-in-Chief; Contact Congress,'” referring to Obama’s fraudulent birth certificate and Selective Service registration form as declared by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse in 2012.
“We Tea Party people were there on the other side of the street. There were people honking their horns every few seconds, giving thumbs-up…there were one or two local protesters opposing us going in circles,” Harrison said.
Beginning in 2013, Harrison traveled to Washington, DC and his congressman’s district office, each on several occasions, to inform staffers of the Cold Case Posse’s conclusions in order to spur a congressional investigation into who created the forgeries and why.
Speaking of recent revelations about the Clinton Foundation which appear to show that donors were given special favors by Clinton in her official capacity as Secretary of State, Harrison said that he believes Clinton “has been for sale” for many years and that some of her actions are “criminal.”
“In the Marine Corps, we had a saying that ‘Rank has its privileges.’ As a junior enlisted guy, if you get into trouble, you get burned to a crisp – jail, you name it. Usually the more senior guys or officers got away with things you wouldn’t believe,” he said, likening the military situation to Clinton’s.
Harrison has appeared on a local radio show a number of times to discuss the posse’s investigation results, the Benghazi attack, why and how he believes Obama could be impeached before he leaves office, and actions Americans can take to root out government corruption.
The Post & Email has reached out to another protester at the event for comment.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.