Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Who was the first ‘birther’?

Exclusive: Joseph Farah names first man to introduce doubts about Obama's birthplace

Donald Trump was wise not to take the advice of some of his staff and political allies by apologizing to Barack Obama for questioning his eligibility for the presidency and, yes, even whether he was born in the U.S.

Trump was hardly the first “birther.” Neither was I. Nor was my colleague Jerome Corsi. And neither was Hillary Clinton.

That honor belongs to one person and one person alone – Barack Obama.

Obama went to extreme lengths to conceal his past. And, indeed, if he was born in the U.S. and was eligible to serve as president, he certainly did his best to create the mystery that led to the question being asked.

Years earlier, he billed himself as having been born in Kenya.

Maybe he thought it was a sexy way to sell books, get a foreign student scholarship, attract women – who knows?


Anonymous said...

Getting a foreign student loan would constitute fraud - if he was in fact born in HI.

So he's either a fraud or a liar on this particular issue - and too many people still voted for this turd!

Concerned Retiree said...

Finally some are beginning to say what I have been stating since he started his run for the POTUS.

Anonymous said...

It wasn't even loans, it was foreign student scholarships, as if he was some poor black kid from a foreign country. Sounds like fraud to me, one way or the other.

Anonymous said...

Can't have it both ways o'bumo

Anonymous said...

Facts are facts.
He is using the SSN of a dead man from Connecticut.
He used the name Barry Soreto.
He registered as a foreign student.
Just the SSN thing is enough to raise red flags.

BUT, the media machine grinds people into racist mad dogs for even questioning these FACTS.
Keep cheering.

Anonymous said...

Either he lied then or is now lying! Let's face it, he's a proven liar and traitor as is Hillary Clinton. But, what difference does it make??