Now it’s time to answer ‘Where’s the REAL Birth Certificate?’
When Barack Obama announced last spring that he was finally releasing his birth certificate after two-and-a-half years of battling court cases and ridiculing requests to prove his presidential eligibility, he declared it was time to “get serious” and move on.
It was no accident that one week before the April 27 release, some of the startling findings of two-time No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi’s then-upcoming blockbuster book declaring Obama ineligible for the White House, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” were leaked on the most influential news and political page on the Internet, the Drudge Report.
The publicity drove the book immediately to No. 1 on Amazon.com one month before its scheduled release and obviously caught the attention of the White House.
But now, the White House declared in April, the issue had finally been put to rest, and the public could see the document that served as “proof positive” that Obama was born in Honolulu and fulfilled the constitutional requirements for the presidency.
Not so fast, said more than 20 document and computer imaging specialists who examined the online image and either questioned its authenticity or declared it outright to be fraudulent.