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BY THE MAINSTREAM PRESS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 31, 2017) — For the third consecutive week, Obama birth certificate forgery investigator Mike Zullo was Carl Gallups’s guest on the “Freedom Friday” show on December 29, 2017 to discuss anomalies discovered in the “long-form” birth certificate image bearing the name “Barack Hussein Obama II.”
Zullo was Gallups’s guest on December 1, when he began releasing analysis and commentary on his 5+-year investigation into the “long-form” birth certificate image released by the White House on April 27, 2011 said to represent Barack Hussein Obama’s original birth record from the Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH).
On March 1, 2012, Zullo declared at the first of what would be three press conferences that his initial six months of investigation showed that the birth certificate image is a “computer-generated forgery.”
For years, doubt has swirled about Obama’s birthplace and by extension, his constitutional eligibility to serve as president given that numerous credible reports have stated that he was born in Kenya or Indonesia and not Hawaii, as he claims.
Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president and commander of the military to be a “natural born Citizen,” a term the Framers did not precisely define in the new nation’s founding documents.
In his opening statement, Gallups predicted that the new year will be “magnificent” in regard to the exposure by the Trump Justice Department of long-hidden federal government corruption. Months ago, Trump himself criticized Justice for having failed to launch, at least at that time, investigations into a number of high-profile events which took place during the eight-year Obama regime.
“I think he’s gearing up for something…I’m going to get the popcorn and sit back and watch it,” Zullo said in regard to Gallups’s prediction of the hypothetical unveiling of the circumstances behind the Arwan Brothers, IT employees suspected of a number of crimes while earning exorbitant salaries working for congressional Democrats; Obama’s Iran nuclear “deal,” and his reported backing away from investigating and stopping Hezbollah’s U.S. drug trafficking in order to solidify the controversial agreement with the rogue Middle Eastern nation.
Following Gallups’s introduction, the focus of discussion became then-NBC White House reporter Savannah Guthrie’s claim that on the day the “long-form” image was released and paper documents containing it purportedly distributed to the press, she held “touched and felt the raised seal” on the paper and took “pics” which she then posted on social media.
“There are a lot of problems with that story,” Gallups led into the discussion, to which Zullo responded that Guthrie was “the only journalist” who ever said she “felt a raised seal” on “a certified copy” of Obama’s birth certificate, then took “pics” and made them public.
Zullo pointed out that the two photos Guthrie posted contain differences which are problematic. The first photo, he explained, focused on Obama’s purported father’s information, from which Zullo’s attention was drawn to “Box #11” stating Barack Hussein Obama’s country of origin as “Kenya, East Africa.” Zullo stated that the words “East” and “Africa” contain first letters which are slightly misaligned with the remaining letters of those words, an occurrence he said was “not an issue” given the manual typewriters of the day.
Guthrie’s second posted photo, Zullo pointed out, shows a wider shot of the image with “widely disjointed” letters in the same words. “They do not conform or replicate the very closeup photo she just previously posted,” Zullo said.
“So then the problem gets even worse, because the Associated Press, the same day, released two photos of purportedly the same document: one with a green background, and one that has some kind of clear, bluish tint. Now, the one with the bluish tint, it has a completely different letter alignment than the Guthrie photo,” Zullo said, pointing out that the word “East” is nearly horizontally aligned. “When you go to the ‘Africa,’ the ‘A’ is a little higher, but he ‘f-r-i-c-a’ — now these are horizontally aligned.”
He then stated that another photo released by the AP with a “green safety paper background” which Zullo described as “pristine” and “looks like the Obama PDF.” However, he said that the words “East Africa” are “now in perfect horizontal alignment to each other.”
Zullo then observed that the “a” within the word “East” resembles an “n” that he cannot explain.
“We know that the AP images were White House handouts,” Zullo said, speculating that they could have been “copies of the White House handouts” or “jpeg images placed in Photoshop.” “Something went on with these two images,” he said.
[Editor’s Note: An AP photo archive of photographer J. Scott Applewhite depicts the long-form birth certificate images with both the blue and green backgrounds without an explanation as to why two versions of the photo exist.]
He then said that Guthrie’s two photos represent “two different documents.”
“So the question becomes: We know that the White House claimed that they had two certified copies. There is no way that they had two different documents certified. Either you had one birth certificate or you didn’t. So what does she have a picture of? Is that possibly a forerunner, a work in progress, that they showed her?”
Zullo pointed out that during the private press conference held by then-White House Counsel Robert Bauer and then-White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer just prior to the public release of the long-form birth certificate image and Obama’s claim of it as his own, reporters were told that only copies of the purported original document would be available to them.
Zullo said that Guthrie’s claim of having touched the raised seal is in contradiction to the other versions of the image which on paper bear no such seal. “So you can’t see the raised seal that she purportedly held, and you can’t identify it in her document,” he commented.
The interview can be heard in its entirety here.