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Donald Trump 'Steamrolls' NBC On Obama Birth Certificate

Yahoo is absolutely livid that Meredith Vierira of the Today Show didn't "question a number of unsubstantiated challenges to the U.S. citizenship of President Barack Obama." They pretty much call for her to be fired.

Yahoo claims "The birther position has been thoroughly debunked," although Yahoo doesn't give one jot of evidence. Not one argument against anything Trump said, just a link to a very weak article about Obama's grandmother. They plant a silly spin on Birthers, claiming it is "an effort to depict Obama's presidency as the outgrowth of a shadowy, constitutionally illegitimate conspiracy."

1 comment:

smrstrauss said...

Sensible birthers know that IF Obama were born in Kenya or any other country than the USA, his parents would have had to have applied for a US visa or for a change to his mother’s passport to get him into the USA.

Yet they gloss over the fact that no such document has been found. Surely, with all the allegations of birth in Kenya, it would have been looked for by the US State Department while the Republicans were in charge of it, or by the CIA, or both—but no document has been found.

Also, there were notices of Obama's birth in the Hawaii newspapers. And these were not ads, because the Hawaii newspapers did not take birth notice ads in 1961. They only took their notices from the Hawaii government, which only issued them for births IN Hawaii, and which insisted on proof whenever there was a claim that a child was born outside of a hospital.