Donald Trump and birth certificate fraud

American Thinker

The  Obama campaign, the liberal media and even some conservatives are trying to  paint Donald Trump as some kind of conspiracy clown for claiming that Barack  Obama’s Hawaii birth certificate was  falsified.

The  recent outburst was set off by the exposure that Obama’s literary agent  identified him as being born in Kenya. Trump parlayed that into more publicity,  and the media in turn parlayed that into stories about Trump that enable them to  ignore an undeniable literary fraud involving the former president of the Harvard Law  Review. So much for HLR’s standards for precision and accuracy,  eh?

Trump  loves the attention and doesn’t need anyone’s help getting it, but his critics  are slackers even if Trump is wrong. Trump’s so-called “conspiracy”  about birth certificate fraud is well grounded in American law that a  five-minute Internet search would uncover.

Birth  certificate fraud, it turns out, occurs even when parents don’t think their  suckling infants might some day need to comply with the Natural Born Citizen  Clause of the U.S. Constitution. It’s such a common occurrence that it’s treated  under federal, state and local legal jurisdictions.

Firstly,  it is a fact that parents of foreign-born babies may obtain Hawaii birth  certificates for their children under Hawaii law, and that Hawaii law admits mistakes are made in  their system that may need to be corrected judicially, not administratively.

That’s  far from convincing that the media’s beloved fear monger Obama was born in  Kenyan. In fact, there remains a presumption of innocence even for a president  known to be loose with the truth. However, the media continues to dazzle us with  their blind reverence for Obama, and their contempt for anyone right-of-center  who bucks the establishment mindset.

The  Inspector General of United States Department of Human Services, for example,  issued a 31-page report addressing the problem of birth certificate  fraud.

The  State of North Carolina has a statute for correcting falsified birth certificates. The  City of Portland, Maine issued notice last year about a Department of State regulation  prohibiting “offices that can print, create or amend birth certificates from  processing passports due to a concern of falsifying birth  certificates.”

Internationally,  the problem may be even bigger. One Filipino government document discusses falsification of birth documents used in  the adoption process of an estimated “several hundred thousand  Filipinos.”

If  the media doubts the existence of birth certificate fraud, then who are the  clowns and conspiracy nuts? Again, that it exists doesn’t prove Trump right; it  simply shows what the media are. But we knew that was the  case.

Recently  of notoriety in the Elizabeth Warren Cherokee Pow-Wow Chow matter, the venerable  New England Historic Genealogical Society writes in the context of discussing adoptions,  “Genealogical research has never been so popular as it is today, and its  practitioners should be ripe for mobilization once they realize the long-term  implications of birth-certificate falsification.” And, “Falsifying birth records is an important issue  that cuts to the heart of genealogical integrity and values.”

Now,  these observations about the laws and  experts acknowledging birth certificate fraud will draw unfavorable comments  from birthers and anti-birthers alike. That’s OK. I’m just laughing that the  Obama campaign, including its members in the media, have so little to run on  that they’re trying to make an issue of Donald Trump. I suppose Trump is  too.

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3 thoughts on “Donald Trump and birth certificate fraud

  1. The Donald must be bored again. He had/has the $$ to investigate this two years ago; and said he would. But did he? Noooo. Then he announces he will run for President. Did he? Nooooo.
    He must be bored again.

  2. Sounds about right

  3. I can’t say what his “intent” is in doing this…because IF he really wanted to… he could have found out everything we need to know two years ago. All he’d have to have done was point a finger to his “go do this people” and write a check.

    Just an FYI of no real importance:
    Do you remember the beauty contest … can’t remember if it was Miss Universe or Miss America…but a beautiful Muslim lady won. She was sponsored by Trump.

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