I thought my readers might find this interesting. It’s a letter I sent today by e-mail to editor Katie Pavlich at Townhall.com (with a few of my typos corrected from the original). By refusing to publish columns dealing with evidence of the President’s unconfirmed origins and flawed credentials, Townhall.com is snuffing out the light of truth, which a few brave souls are attempting to shine on the issue.
Dear Ms. Pavlich et al:
My name is John L. Work I’m a retired American cop. I spent twenty plus years in Colorado law enforcement and nearly two years with the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office as an investigator. Along the way I investigated white collar crimes, including forgery. I’m an author of four novels and a conservative blogger. You can find my books in the Amazon Kindle Store, if you want to verify that I am who I say I am.
I want you to know that it has not escaped my attention that TownHall.com has joined hands with the rest of the mainstream media, from the extreme left to the right, across the entire political spectrum, in crushing and concealing from public scrutiny the existence of solid evidence of the most serious felony in the history of this nation – the forgery of his purported bona fide credentials by the sitting President. Specifically those documents are his Selective Service registration card and that computer-generated long form birth certificate. Additionally, why and how is Mr. Obama using a Connecticut Social Security number when he never lived there?
That you have turned your eyes away from the mountain of hard forensic evidence gathered by seasoned law enforcement professionals in Arizona, which clearly demonstrates that our President is using fraudulent credentials, and pretended that it doesn’t exist, is just unbelievable. I’ve read the Maricopa County S.O. reports and examined the exhibits. I’m sorry, ladies and gentlemen, but they’re forgeries. And that doesn’t pique your curiosity?
I don’t have an idea as to why you’ve ignored the story and refused to publish reports by the few credible journos who are covering it. But shame on the editorial staff of TownHall.com. Shame upon all of you. You’ve failed us miserably in your solemn duty as journalists to get the truth to us and keep our elected officials honest. Squelching a story like this one is beyond reprehensible. In criminal law, it’s called guilt by complicity.
John L. Work