MAINSTREAM MEDIA CONTINUES TO PUBLISH “FAKE NEWS”
by Sharon Rondeau
In a summary of the 24-year, or six-term, tenure of now-former Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio, Billeaud presented the views of both critics and proponents of Arpaio’s controversial stances on illegal immigration, treatment of prisoners in his jails, and those in the community accused of animal cruelty.
However, although reporting in his second paragraph that Arpaio’s five-year investigation of the image posted by the Obama White House on April 27, 2011 purported to represent Obama’s original birth record from the state of Hawaii as a “debunked controversy,” Billeaud provided no evidence to support his claim.
In the next paragraph, Billeaud does not cite the date of December 15, 2016 for the “news conference” he referenced in which he questioned “the credibility of the five-year Obama investigation by his volunteer posse” which found Obama’s long-form birth certificate to be fraudulent.
On March 1, 2012, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo and Arpaio held a press conference in which they declared that probable cause existed to believe that the long-form image is a “computer-generated forgery.” Also found to be fraudulent was Obama’s Selective Service registration form, copies of which have been mailed to FOIA requesters beginning in late 2008.
Without explanation, two different DLN printouts have been produced to accompany the purported Selective Service registration form bearing Obama’s name.
On July 17, 2012, Arpaio and Zullo held a second press conference to announce that the standard of probable cause in the birth certificate forgery had been overcome and called upon the media and Congress to launch their own investigations into their conclusions.
No one in the press, in any state government, law enforcement agency or in Congress has launched an investigation into the evidence presented by the Cold Case Posse. No private individual, expert or entity has come forward to vouch for the image’s authenticity. The White House has not addressed the issue, and members of Congress have provided hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of boilerplate responses to concerned constituents in a feeble attempt to assure them that Obama’s documentation is legitimate.
The release of the birth certificate, which Obama claimed as his own that Wednesday morning in April 2011, could be considered the epitome of “fake news.”
On December 15, 2016, Arpaio and Zullo held a final press conference in which they demonstrated that a birth certificate belonging to a woman born in the same month, year and hospital as that which Obama claims was used as a “source” document for the creation of the Obama forgery.
During the third presser, Zullo detailed how two forensic examiners thousands of miles apart were given the same documentation to analyze and reached the same conclusion that the exact reproduction of the angles, typeface and positions of the nine elements appearing in both the Johanna Ah’Nee birth certificate and the Obama birth certificate image as shown in a video presentation during the presser could not have occurred by chance.
In its waning days, the Obama regime has decried the alleged proliferation of “fake news” as Facebook and Google have announced efforts to curb it. Indeed, The New York Times has devoted resources to explain how inaccurate stories are quickly proliferated on the web.
However, the announcement on April 27, 2011 that the White House had released a scan of a certified copy of Obama’s original birth record held by the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) is “fake news” which no one in the mainstream has the courage to “debunk” once and for all.
As Billeaud and others have further attempted to obscure the ramifications of fraudulent identity documents created for the sitting President of the United States, they have characterized Arpaio’s investigation as having been directed at discovering Obama’s place of birth, which was never the case.
“What would have been the point of a fraudulent document?” asked one Arizona reporter who interviewed Arpaio face-to-face on December 30. But why did he not find the answer to his question by launching his own probe?
Just as the military, members of Congress, state attorneys general, the Electoral College, and state governors have refused to do, the media establishment is attempting to purvey “fake news” as real in an attempt to save itself…from the emergence of the truth.