Was Obama’s Original Kenyan Birth Certificate Found? Is it a Hoax? Fake News?

This is a curious development. According to an article posted by The Gateway Pundit, Obama’s Kenyan birth certificate has been found. Hoax? Fake News? I don’t know. I’m always suspicious of these types of stories. Proceed with caution.

I’m only reporting what has been reported:

Barack Obama’s brother Malik Obama tweeted out a birth certificate on Thursday allegedly belonging to his brother Barack.

Make a copy before it’s expunged from the internet and all digital copies confiscated by the FBI that’s spying on us via Samsung Televisions.

Anything can be professionally photoshopped, just like a Hawaiian birth certificate. So we don’t know if this birth certificate is genuine. The media will say it’s not. That’s to be expected.

Where’s it been all these years, and how did Malik Obama get it? Provenance is important. Ask anyone trying to sell a document on ‘Pawn Stars’ or who takes a document or painting to be evaluated on ‘Antique Roadshow.’

The UK Daily Mail is reporting that “In 2009, a man by the name of Lucas Smith offered the document for sale on eBay.

Many will raise the issue that Obama’s mother was a citizen of the United States at the time of his birth, and like Ted Cruz who was born in Canada, that makes him a United States citizen. Being born in Kenya is irrelevant.

Of course, if the birth certificate is legitimate (a big if), then the issue is the big lie. Then there’s the problem of a forged Hawaiian birth certificate that is a criminal offense. It may be a felony.

Let’s wait and see. To paraphrase Betty Davis from the 1950 film All About Eve, “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.”1

  1. The actual line is, “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.” []
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