STORY INCONSISTENT WITH WHITE HOUSE DOCUMENTS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 28, 2016) — On July 2 of this year, reporting on the alleged retrieval of a certified copy of Obama’s long-form birth certificate from the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) in April 2011, The New York Times wrote that “The White House counsel dispatched someone to Hawaii to find the president’s original long-form birth certificate from 1961.”
But that is not what was reported at the time by the White House. Rather, Obama’s personal attorney, Judith Corley of Perkins Coie, reportedly flew to Honolulu to “act on his behalf” to pay for and obtain two certified copies of the document allegedly on file at the department.
On April 27, 2011, a long-form birth certificate image was posted at whitehouse.gov which was declared a forgery by several experts soon thereafter.
On January 19, 2011, approximately three months before the release of the long-form image, newly-elected Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie had set out to “track down” Obama’s original birth certificate to “verify” Obama’s birth in the Aloha State, where Abercrombie said he met Obama’s parents during their college years.
On January 21, 2011, Abercrombie appeared to abandon his quest to find the original document.
Five days later, a radio show host and friend of Abercrombie’s contradicted himself by stating that Abercrombie “never told me there was no birth certificate.”
On April 27, 2011, the day the image was released on the White House website, it was widely reported that a Perkins Coie partner who was also Obama’s personal attorney, Judith Corley, was dispatched to Hawaii to “pick up two copies” of the document. On the same day, USA Today reported that previous to the public release of the document, “…Obama and his personal lawyer, Judith Corley, faxed letters to the Hawaii Department of Health, requesting two copies ‘of my original certificate of live birth.'”
Corley clearly was not tasked with “finding” the original birth certificate, if it existed, but rather, to “pick up the copies of the certificates.”
CNN, which has strongly advocated for the Obama regime and Obama’s claimed birth in Hawaii, reported on the day of the long-form’s release that “Obama’s personal attorney, Judith Corley, picked up certified copies of the long-form document in Hawaii and brought them back to the White House Tuesday evening,” the day before the image was uploaded and announced to the public.
Corley reportedly obtained two certified copies of Obama’s long-form birth certificate from the late Loretta Fuddy, who served as HDOH director from January 2011 until her death following the water-landing of a small airplane in which she and eight others had been traveling on state business in December 2013.
Fuddy was an Abercrombie appointee and reportedly oversaw the copying of the original document for Corley.
Although Abercrombie had not produced Obama’s original birth document, the previous HDOH director, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, had said that she “had had seen the original birth certificate on file verifying that Obama was born in Hawaii.”
Neither CNN, The New York Times, USA Today, nor any other mainstream media outlet has investigated the findings of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse, which declared the long-form birth certificate image a “computer-generated forgery” on March 1, 2012 following a six-month investigation.
A second presser held on July 17 of that year confirmed that the standard of probable cause in regard to the forgery of the birth certificate had been surpassed.
At both press conferences, Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form was also pronounced fraudulent.
“Then, almost as quickly as it began, the controversy subsided,” The New York Times reported on July 2 of this year, without mentioning the conclusions of the posse disseminated at the second press conference that no evidence exists that Obama was ever in Hawaii prior to the age of five.
While focusing on Donald Trump’s “six weeks” of raising questions about Obama’s claimed birth in Hawaii, The Times did not report in last month’s article that HDOH registrar Dr. Alvin Onaka was shielded by then-Hawaii Deputy Attorney General Jill Nagamine from meeting with Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo and a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputy who traveled to Hawaii early in their investigation seeking information. Instead, The Times reported that Onaka did not recall Trump “or any of his representatives ever requesting the records from the Hawaii State Department of Health.”
Dr. Fukino had described Obama’s long-form birth certificate as “half typed and half handwritten,” but that description does not match the image released by the White House.
The discrepancies have never been explained.
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.