Arpaio released some intriguing information in March, but government friendly media ignored it. That information included a copy of a Selective Service card that looked highly suspicious no matter what you think about Obama’s birthplace.
The Breitbart site followed that with a report about Obama’s literary agency publishing a bio claiming Obama was born in Kenya. The report about the agency proved true—the bio wasn’t questioned for many years until Breitbart questioned it—but once again, government friendly media made little of it.
Prison Planet said Arpaio and his Cold Case posse have set a date:
“The upcoming press conference is set to be held on July 17 at 2:30 p.m. local time at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Phoenix, Ariz., with World Net Daily again providing live streaming video coverage.”
One Cold Case posse member told PP the information to be revealed is “breathtaking.”
Arpaio is frequently in the news. In late June, the sheriff came under fire from a Leftist over donations to support the investigation Arpaio has conducted.
Obama was poorly vetted prior to running for president. Most media openly advocated for him and writers at large publishing outlets even formed a Listserv called ‘Journolist’ to inform each other about the Obama campaign’s media narrative.
Obama actually started the birther controversy, because the original claims about his Kenyan birthplace came directly from his literary agency and he did nothing to change them. According to Breitbart, the bio remained unchanged for years.
Arpaio is sheriff in Maricopa County, Arizona.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/July 2, 2012)