(Jul. 20, 2013) — Former Navy SEAL Harry G. Butler, who was imprisoned for a year after a Secret Service agent issued a criminal complaint against him for allegedly making threats against Barack Hussein Obama, has provided The Post & Email additional details about his ordeal.
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On July 12, 2013, Butler called in to the “Freedom Friday” radio show hosted by Carl Gallups, who has reported extensively on the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse investigation of Obama’s long-form birth certificate and background. During the call, Butler revealed that he had been imprisoned for a year for speaking out about Obama’s eligibility for the presidency.
Questions arose about Obama’s constitutional eligibility when reports that he was born in Indonesia or Kenya surfaced in 2008. Obama’s biographer had stated in 1991 that he had been born in Kenya, but that reference was scrubbed two months after he declared his candidacy for the presidency, in April 2007, to say that he was born in Hawaii.
No hospital has confirmed Obama’s birth anywhere in the United States, and the Cold Case Posse has concluded that Obama’s long-form birth certificate, Selective Service registration form, and short-form “COLB” are fraudulent.
Over the last several months, fraud and corruption have been confirmed within the Obama regime’s IRS, EPA, DOJ, NSA and CRS Division of the DOJ. Speculation that the silencing of opposition groups leading up to and during the 2012 campaign might have affected the outcome of the election.
Forty-four years ago, a nation that we now know was racist, didn’t care about the environment and drank too much soda, landed on the moon.
(Photo via NASA)
Half-a-billion television viewers watched it happen live. They saw men walk on the surface of another world. They saw that human beings could break free of their world
And that was that.
Neil Armstrong died about the time that Obama finished gutting NASA. He lived long enough to write a saddened letter about the decline of American space exploration under Obama that everyone in the media did their best not to pay attention to. The letter was also signed by Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon.