“THE PUBLIC HAS NEVER SEEN AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT”
by Sharon Rondeau
Gallups opened the show by observing that Zullo’s December 12 interview with Dr. Jerome Corsi of Infowars and subsequent news outlets prompted the release of an article at George Soros-funded Media Matters attempting to discredit Corsi’s report that the CIA likely played a role in planting data into the records of the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) to create a false birth event for Obama.
Gallups said that Media Matters may actually “have helped us,” considering the comments appearing below its article, which characterizes Zullo’s revelations as a “far-right conspiracy theory.”
“It may be starting to backfire on them,” Zullo said of left-leaning media which has portrayed the investigational findings of his five-year probe “debunked.”
Early in 2012, Zullo, who began investigating the long-form birth certificate image under the authority of Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joseph Arpaio in August 2011, declared the image posted at whitehouse.gov on April 27 of that year to be a forgery, a revelation the media virtually ignored and Congress and the FBI refused to investigate.
Gallups said that he believes that certain White House and FBI personnel are now on an “information warpath” to expose corruption on the part of the “deep-staters” following a string of national security leaks once Donald Trump won the presidency.
An Inspector General’s report on the conduct and work product of the FBI’s investigation of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and other matters is expected in the near future. Several weeks ago, text messages exchanged between FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and his colleague and mistress Lisa Page show that Strzok, who was a member of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III’s team to investigate alleged Russian “collusion” among Trump campaign aides, not only abhorred the idea of Trump’s becoming president, but may have concocted a scheme to derail his candidacy or presidency if he were to win, along with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Page.
Zullo agreed with Gallups that he thinks “2018 is going to reveal a lot” in light of recent testimony given by McCabe to the House Intelligence Committee last week and McCabe’s reported plans to retire within 90 days.
Zullo indicated that he has evidence that certain “testimony before Congress” was false and that he would reveal it in the future.
Last Friday, Zullo spoke to Gallups’s audience about data he revealed to Corsi which was provided by a confidential informant indicating that the CIA remotely breached the computer servers of the HDOH on a number of occasions between November 2008 and November 2010.
Corsi’s article shows additional breaches of the office of the Hawaii governor in December 2010 and January 2011, respectively, shortly after the election and swearing-in of Neil Abercrombie.
Recapping parts of his interview with Gallups on December 15, Zullo said that the confidential informant to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), Dennis Montgomery, had worked as a contractor for the NSA and CIA and reportedly acquired data representing government breaches of hundreds of millions of Americans’ bank records. Contained within Montgomery’s data, Zullo has said, is evidence that the CIA not only breached the HDOH servers, but then transferred information from there to a CIA server in Jakarta, Indonesia, which sent it on to Washington, DC.
Zullo said that given the “roadmap” of evidence collected over the more than five years of his investigation, Congress could solve the question as to why a forgery was posted at whitehouse.gov on April 27, 2011 falsely representing Obama’s original birth record.
After a break, Gallups raised the matter of “circumstantial evidence” in a criminal investigation, which Zullo said can serve to eventually find “the truth.”
Repeatedly, Gallups prompted Zullo to discuss “the Mike Evans thing,” referring to “Hollywood” celebrity reporter and alleged longtime Abercrombie friend Mike Evans. On January 20, 2011, Evans said on KQRS radio that Abercrombie had informed him, after a publicized but brief search for Obama’s original birth record that month, that “there is no birth certificate” for Obama within Hawaii’s records.
Evans then recanted his statement “within 24 hours,” Gallups and Zullo stressed.
Zullo reviewed Abercrombie’s short-lived “investigation,” which began on January 18, 2011 with the contention that he did not know exactly where Obama’s birth record was kept even though former HDOH Director Dr. Chiyome Fukino had said that she had located and viewed the “original vital records” in July 2009.
Gallups said that Evans’s “backtracking” is “very important to the timeline” of the Obama long-form birth certificate saga, with Zullo characterizing Evans’s denials of his original assertion as “not truthful.”
At the 28:00 mark, Gallups played the recording of Evans’s interview in which he said that Abercrombie told him that “he was going to get Obmaa’s birth certificate once and for all” but within days reportedly said “he can’t find any of that…”
“There is no Obama birth certificate in Hawaii,” Evans told the interviewer with conviction, clearly appearing to have been quoting Abercrombie.
Zullo pointed out that Evans said he was “in contact with” Abercrombie’s office and may have spoken to more than one person there, albeit obtaining official responses each time.
“He is taking it on solid fact, right from the horse’s mouth, ‘I can’t find one,'” Zullo said of Evans’s apparent recounting of the events during his original interview. Evans also claimed that he “spent a lot of time” with Abercrombie during Obama’s first inauguration and that Abercrombie was “almost militant” about Obama’s alleged birth in Hawaii.
Prior to Obama’s launch of his presidential campaign in February 2007, many credible sources reported his birth as having taken place in Indonesia or Kenya. It is well-known that Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president to be a “natural born Citizen.”
“He’s pointing to Abercrombie’s motivation that he was going to solve this,” Zullo said of Evans, reminding the audience that Abercrombie had previously said that he knew Obama as an infant in Hawaii through his association with Obama’s alleged parents, Stanley Ann Dunham and Barack Hussein Obama of Kenya.
“He’s got a personal motivation to solve this mystery,” Zullo said of Abercrombie after pointing out several discrepancies in Obama’s early life narrative.
At 34:56, Gallups played a clip of Evans interviewing with who The Post & Email believes to have been Peter Boyles subsequent to his KQRS interview. With Boyles, Evans attempted to claim that he never spoke with Abercrombie directly and that he “read” in a newspaper that “there was no birth certificate at the Queens Medical Center or the Kapiolani Women’s & Children’s Hospital” noting Obama’s birth.
“Now he wants to take away any direct conversation he may have had with the governor,” Zullo said in response to Gallups’s speculation that “somebody in a black suit” visited Evans after he gave his explosive interview to KQRS.
Zullo said that if he had been the subsequent interviewer, he would have asked Evans with whom he spoke between his original interview and those to whom he related a different story.
Approaching a break, Gallups promised to “tie all of this together to what we now know years down the road and how all of this fits…”
Upon his return, Gallups played a montage of Evans interview clips demonstrating, as Zullo described it, that Evans “stumbled” over his altered statements that he received no information about the birth certificate directly from Abercrombie, but rather, from The Drudge Report or other news sources.
“He is now laying out a completely different narrative that he hasn’t thought through…” Zullo said, in what he said was a concerted and contrived attempt to deflect attention from Abercrombie.
Gallups asked Zullo to draw the connections among a number of aspects of the birth certificate investigation involving Abercrombie, the birth announcements appearing in two Honolulu newspapers to which many have pointed as proof of Obama’s Hawaii birth, the “phony” short-form birth certificate posted in June 2008, and the long-form forgery, among others.
Regarding Stanley Ann Dunham’s time in Washington State three weeks after her son was allegedly born, Zullo said that “the babysitter” of Dunham’s child, who he said he interviewed, described “a large child sitting up on the concrete floor playing,” not a three-week old infant. “That just didn’t happen,” Zullo said of Obama’s alleged time with Dunham in Seattle.
Zullo punctuated the segment by stating that it is significant that the “long-form” was never presented as evidence in a court of law in response to numerous eligibility challenges.
Gallups opened the final segment with Zullo with a Fox News headline stating that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered an investigation into a claim reported by Politico that the Obama regime allowed the terrorist group Hezbollah to continue to carry out drug operations in the U.S. in an effort to appease Iran over the “nuclear deal” to which Obama agreed.
Sessions has also ordered interviews of all FBI agents who investigated the 2010 “Uranium One” agreement wherein 20% of the U.S. uranium supply was sold to a Russian company despite the reported evidence of criminality associated with the arrangement having been provided to the FBI by a confidential informant since 2009.
The FBI has also been criticized for having failed to place Hillary Clinton under oath in an interview conducted just days before then-FBI Director James Comey exonerated her of criminal wrongdoing in her use of a private email server in which she sent classified information which was almost certainly obtained by hostile foreign actors.
Zullo repeated his previous statement that the long-form birth certificate image at whitehouse.gov “represents nothing” because there is no paper document to support it. “The truth of the matter is, the public has never seen an original document; they have never seen an original long-form, nor have they ever seen an original short-form…” he said.
He questioned Abercrombie’s claim that Obama’s original birth certificate “couldn’t be found” when HDOH officials had said that it was kept in a “bound volume” with all others in numerical order of its era.
Gallups mentioned Zullo’s declaration at his final press conference last December that two forensic analysts had agreed with his conclusion that the long-form birth certificate image is not genuine.
Zullo reminded the audience that his investigation also found that Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form to be fraudulent. “You have documented evidence that Obama in his college years was on campuses telling people not to register for the draft, and we’re supposed to believe that he registered?” he asked rhetorically.
He suggested that “tangible evidence,” “circumstantial facts,” interviews, various statements, the behavior of HDOH registrar Dr. Alvin Onaka and others at the agency lead to a life narrative for Obama which is highly questionable.
“I predict there’s going to be a lot in 2018 about this birth certificate investigation, probably before Congress,” Gallups ended the segment.