Arizona’s Sheriff Joe Arpaio said his detectives have concluded that the birth certificate Obama released is a fake document.

In 2008 Hillary started the ‘Birther’ talks about Hussein Obama. Donald Trump eventually weighed in and offered millions to a charity if someone could prove Obama was a fraud. Sheriff Joe Arpaio from Maricopa County Arizona and his cold case Possi went to work. They proved beyond the shadow of any doubt, that the White House provided birth certificate was a fraud!

Here is Videos showing how bad it really is:

So to all my “Fact Checking” Friend that said this was already “Debunked” I guess you need to dig a little deeper into your “Facts”

OK then there is the people that posted the Seth Meyers Video where, “Late Night” host Seth Meyers isn’t letting Donald Trump put the birther issue to bed by saying

“You don’t get to peddle racist rhetoric for five years and decide when it’s over.”

Well I guess you were very wrong with your “Facts”, when Meyers said “The bottom line is this, Trump built his career on a racist lie because he’s a racist and a liar.”     (So this must be all lies too, right?)

Here is the Video of Seth Meyer’s SHAME TO FAME –>

In case video breaks here is the Direct link

So how about the Debunker’s Guide that claims “Have you heard some crazy rumor about Barack Obama and want the straight story?” do you think they now have more to write about and change on thier website?

And Here is Whoopi Goldberg came close to calling birthers and Donald Trump in particular racist.  ___>>>

Wikipedia gets into the Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories too

You can read all about what they have to say on the matter, it is a full page of “Stuff

The part I thought was the funniest was this part:

It's a Joke

Later in 2011, Obama’s re-election campaign offered for sale mugs with a picture of Obama (captioned “Made in the USA”) and the image of the birth certificate. The campaign states, “There’s really no way to make the conspiracy about President Obama’s birth certificate completely go away, so we might as well laugh at it – and make sure as many people as possible are in on the joke.”

No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

Natural-born-citizen clause

Constitution of the United States of America, Section 1 of Article Two of the United States Constitution

Hillary Clinton’s campaign first raised this issue to smear then-candidate Barack Obama in her very nasty, failed 2008 campaign for President. This type of vicious and conniving behavior is straight from the Clinton Playbook. As usual, however, Hillary Clinton was too weak to get an answer. Even the MSNBC show Morning Joe admits that it was Clinton’s henchmen who first raised this issue, not Donald J. Trump.

Though it’s true that the specific allegation that Obama wasn’t born in the U.S. first reared its head during the 2008 presidential race, rumblings about Obama’s “otherness” had been percolating since long before that. In 2004, a political gadfly named Andy Martin issued a press release calling Barack Obama a “complete fraud” who had “misrepresented his heritage” in his memoir, Dreams From My Father, and “is a Muslim who has concealed his religion.” The theme was pushed further in December 2006 by conservative columnist Debbie Schlussel, who published an article entitled “Barack Hussein Obama: Once a Muslim, Always a Muslim,” which stated that “Obama has a ‘born-again’ affinity for the nation of his Muslim father, Kenya.” In March 2007, Clinton campaign strategist Mark Penn proposed attacking Obama on the basis of his “lack of American roots.” And, in December 2007, a Clinton volunteer county coordinator in Iowa was fired for forwarding an e-mail making the by-then familiar claim that Obama is a Muslim.

ABC Exchange on Fact Checking in the past

GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS (HOST): You saw [Donald Trump] doubling down on a number of issues. Byron Pitts, you’re going through some of the facts here. Let’s walk through the facts on that significant exchange on birther.

BYRON PITTS: George, Trump tried to make the argument that Hillary Clinton started the birther moment, saying that President Obama was born in Kenya. He went on for several minues making the case. But George, every legitimate fact-checking source has said that’s not true. So, we’ve come to the judgment here at ABC news, that statement by Trump is false. Didn’t resemble the truth at all.

STEPHANOPOULOS: He didn’t hesitate at all.

DAVID MUIR: He didn’t George. And he took a new turn with it. And in fact, in trying to say that it was Hillary Clinton who started this eight years ago, which you have just fact-checked, Byron, and so have many other organizations, he then went to say, though, she failed to get the birth certificate. When I got involved, I didn’t fail. I got him to give the birth certificate, so I’m satisfied with it. And when the moderator, Lester Holt, then pressed him, and said, even after you got the birth certificate, why did you continue to perpetuate this question for several more years? He didn’t answer that question about what it was that changed his mind. Lester Holt, we heard him try twice on that point, didn’t get an answer.

MARTHA RADDATZ: I thought it was extraordinary, George. Because he did not back down on the most fact-checked thing in his campaign. Did not back down at all. Stayed on point with that.

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