WHO WAS THE FIRST?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Sep. 19, 2017) — At approximately 8:26 p.m. EDT, Tucker Carlson hosted Mark Green, founder of the anti-Trump organization “ShadowingTrump.org,” to discuss controversial comments made by former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to NPR on Monday.
Green’s organization has named “shadow” cabinet secretaries in opposition to Trump’s presidency and policies. Its stated mission reads:
@ShadowingTrump brings together 18 policy experts into a ‘Shadow Cabinet’ that debunks Trump & his Cabinet when they don’t lead but mislead. Sort of an online “Justice League” only instead of superheroes, we’re scholars, advocates and former public officials.
Carlson led off the segment by recapping an interview between former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Terry Gross of NPR on Monday in which Clinton said that she would not “rule out questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election if new information surfaces that the Russians interfered even more deeply than currently known.”
The U.S. mainstream media has repeated the claim made by some members of the intelligence community that Russian-government operatives carried out cyber-attacks and propaganda campaigns to help Trump win last November’s presidential election.
Clinton admitted to Gross that she is unaware of any official “mechanism” by which to challenge the election results in which she lost the electoral vote to Donald J. Trump by 304-227.
Clinton was said to have garnered some three million more popular votes than Trump, but Trump has challenged that finding and launched a presidential election commission to investigate evidence of voter fraud.
Clinton has blamed a number of individuals, both named and unnamed, on her election loss, including “white people,” former FBI Director James Comey, her former Democratic opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders, and her own remarks, among other factors.
Green then invoked Clinton’s reference in the interview to the recently-nullified Kenyan election results by that nation’s supreme court after they were challenged by the declared loser, Raila Odinga. On Monday, CNN reported of that development, “The court upheld a petition by opposition candidate Raila Odinga, who said the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta on August 8 was fraudulent.”
Odinga, a Muslim, is said to be Barack Hussein Obama’s cousin. In 2006, Obama campaigned for Odinga when he sought the Kenyan presidency for the second time on December 20, 2007. When Odinga was declared the loser, Christian churches were burned and violence took 1,100 lives, with what has been reported as between 250,000 and 600,000 displaced Kenyans.
Just before the election, Jihad Watch, via Christian Today, reported, “Raila Odinga, the current frontrunner in the upcoming presidential election in Kenya has promised that he will implement strict Islamic Sharia law if he receives the Muslim vote in the country and is elected president.”
According to Reuters shortly after the violence erupted, “Most…believe the violence that forced them to flee was not spontaneous.”
Then-U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was supportive and helped to arrange a power-sharing agreement in Kenya such that Odinga was given the resurrected position of prime minister alongside his rival, President Mwai Kibaki.
Some have raised the possibility that Obama violated the Logan Act by campaigning for Odinga, although the allegations did not result in a prosecution.
Odinga was educated in the field of engineering in the former communist East Germany.
Obama encouraged Kenyans to adopt a new constitution in a referendum held on his claimed birthday, August 4, in 2010 and congratulated them after it received a majority of the vote.
The U.S. reportedly spent $23 million in efforts to have the new constitution, which allowed abortion under certain circumstances for the first time, approved by the voters.
Just as Russia has been accused of “meddling” in the U.S. 2016 presidential election, the Obama regime was accused of “improper meddling” in the affairs of Kenya in 2010.
As a result of the adoption of the new constitution, Obama became a citizen of Kenya if he did not already have that status.
After Green remarked to Carlson that Hillary Clinton was using the Kenyan election nullification declaration as the basis for her hypothetical “challenging” of the U.S. presidential election, Carlson expressed surprise, to which Green responded, “I think one president from Kenya is enough,” without mentioning a name.
In 2010, members of the Kenyan Parliament stated on the record that Obama was born in their country. In 1991, Obama’s then-literary agent produced a promotional brochure in which Obama was said to have been “born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”
On October 9, 2008, NPR itself reported Obama as “born in Kenya” but altered its report in 2010, according to WND.
Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president and commander-in-chief to be a “natural born Citizen,” which most Americans understand to mean, “Born in the United States” at a minimum.
For an as-yet unexplained reason, the National Archives is missing passenger manifests from August 1 to August 7, 1961. Obama’s birthday is said to be August 4, 1961.
On March 1, 2012, former detective Mike Zullo, working under the auspices of the Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), declared the “long-form” birth certificate image posted at whitehouse.gov bearing the name “Barack Hussein Obama II” stating that he was born in Honolulu, HI a “computer-generated forgery.”
Carlson responded to Green with a smile and said, without mentioning a name, “I wasn’t even thinking of that.”