Goodness knows we’ve had more than our fair share of deceit, sleights of hand, Three Card Monty, and much more played upon us by the occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue during the past twenty-eight years. That takes us clear back to Bush 41, doesn’t it. I’m publishing outgoing Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s press conference from yesterday, which deals with one of the greatest frauds ever perpetrated on the People of The United States – by the current occupant of the White House.
I’ve followed this case for years.
The American Press Corps has reacted with unbelievable stupidity, denial and blindness to the nature of Arpaio’s investigation into some serious white-collar crime at the highest level of our government.
The Press has stubbornly, pig-headedly, clung to the idea that Arpaio’s issue is Mr. Obama’s place of birth. I don’t know or care where he was born. I never have cared. Neither does Arpaio. And he has repeatedly said that to tone-deaf mainstream media ears.
My question is, who is this man? As Denver radio talk-show host Peter Boyles has often said, we know less about this President’s life than we do about any of the others.
The crux of the matter is why The White House would present forged documents to the American public and represent them as bona fide credentials of the sitting President of the United States of America?
Why would they, including Mr. Obama, have done that?
Why, and how, is The President, who never lived in Connecticut, using a Social Security number which was originally issued to a long-deceased Connecticut man who was born in 1890?
Hillary Clinton’s scream to Congress over a very different issue, “What difference, at this point, does it make?” comes to mind.
They are not good and true credentials. They are forgeries. I worked enough white collar crime in my day as a detective to recognize a forgery, especially with the amount of hard forensic evidence Joe Arpaio’s team gathered.
Joe Arpaio lost his bid for re-election. Some people are very happy about that. I’m neutral with it. I don’t live or vote in Arizona. We’ll soon see if his incoming Democrat replacement relaxes the enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.
Arpaio is nearing his middle 80s. It’s time for him to take a break. Who knows how much longer he will live or what his lasting legacy will be?
Now, you may watch the press conference and weigh the evidence. Or you may follow the MSM herd over the cliff of the wrong side of history and refuse to watch it.