Private investigator Susan Daniels has filed a lawsuit in Ohio asking the secretary of state to keep President Barack Obama’s name off the General Election ballot until he proves his social security number is legit.
Questions about the president’s social security number are nothing new. Media have never investigated.
The Breitbart site has published articles delving Obama’s background, discovering that the president’s bio listing his birthplace as Kenya went unchallenged for years. The bio was published by Obama’s literary agency.
Other discoveries include fictionalizing incidents with past girlfriends. The president has since admitted fabricating characters, but he said they were composites. Rarely has a writer been so specific about composite characters’ physical attributes, but most media took little interest in that incident or other errors in his memoir. Politico did give it a nod, but not the attention that would have come if the president wasn’t a Democrat.
Authors are usually the target of severe criticism when they fabricate—one example is James Frey. Media devoted a great deal of coverage to his fictionalized memoir, a sharp contrast to the coverage given Obama’s.
Aside from Daniels’ suit, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has announced a presser scheduled for July 17 when he will reveal “shocking “ information he says his Cold Case Posse has found.
In a previous presser, Arpaio shared information that included reasonable questions about Obama’s Selective Service registration. Media never followed up.
Media have covered up or ignored potentially damaging information about Democrats like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Ted Kennedy and Chris Dodd among others. Had it not been for the tabloid The National Enquirer, the John Edwards scandal would probably not have been revealed.
Obama has blocked the release of records related to his college years at Occidental, Columbia and Harvard. The president said his personal records from his time in the Illinois Senate were lost.
World Net Daily said P.I. Daniels had vetted thousands of social security numbers for her clients. A number of anomalies occurred when Daniels searched Obama's number.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/July 5, 2012)
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