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The house of cards is about to come tumbling down around Barack Obama's ears as the momentum of evidence builds. Law enforcement has found his birth documents to be "highly suspect" as a forgery. His draft card has similarly been found by law enforcement as being "highly suspect" as a forgery. The smoke screen cover created by his birth certificate, hiding Minor v. Happersett in a shadow of false mockery, has been blown away. Leaving the Supreme Court case alone on the stage, glaringly exposing Barack Obama as an usurper, an unconstitutional President of the United States.

The American Press is deliberately hiding the evidence published on the internet about this defrauding of the American public and the deliberate evisceration of the Constitution of the United States. It is hiding Barack Obama's Fraud as it has been revealed by a Sheriff in Arizona. The silence of the American press would be unbelievable if it weren't so blatantly obvious.

It is nearly as egregious as the audacity of Obama's fraud itself.


Dianna Cotter, Pravda 13 Comments [3/19/2012 2:48:14 AM]
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Percy Q. Shunn


3/19/2012 4:17:44 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Wait, Pravda?! You mean to tell me the Soviet Union has risen from its grave and started to libel Obama? As if we needed more proof that he is not a communist...

3/19/2012 5:24:27 AM

Tearlich

Brendan Rizzo Wins One Internet!

3/19/2012 6:37:53 AM

Doubting Thomas

Uh huh. I'm sure Obama is quaking in his shoes because "law enforcement" (aka that Arizona sheriff) thinks his birth certificate is a forgery.

Of course it's not official until Jesse Ventura conducts an investigation.

3/19/2012 8:02:07 AM

Lucilius

@Brendan Rizzo: In the post-Soviet world, many Russian publications including Pravda took "press freedom" to mean "Now we can make up shit about aliens!" and promptly turned into supermarket tabloids. It's clear that their reporting is still on that same level.

3/19/2012 8:13:25 AM

J. James

"evidence published on the internet"

Warning bells are going off.

3/19/2012 8:46:39 AM

Flah

Pravda has remained an active publication even after the fall of the Soviet Union. Of course, these days, it's more of a tabloid that spouts out strange stories about alien babies and men who keep their wives' heads alive with some futuristic contraption. Either way, there's no point in taking anything in Pravda seriously.

3/19/2012 9:02:02 AM

aaa

I kind of want to see him re-elected, just to see how absurdly insane their theories would become.

3/19/2012 12:18:49 PM

Hertzyscowicz

Just a theoretical question; how many people would need to move into Maricopa county to be sure that Joe Arpaio or his cronies will never again count as "law enforcement"?

3/19/2012 2:35:04 PM

dfmfundies

Soviet-era joke: "There is no Pravda in Izvestia, and there is no Izvestia in Pravda" or in English, "There is no truth in News, and there is no news in Truth."

3/19/2012 3:34:48 PM

Rabbit of Caerbannog

Great now he's being bashed by some pro-Putin outfit.

3/19/2012 6:15:07 PM

His4Life

Hm, this is getting interesting. I wonder what Donald Trump, Michelle Bachmann and some of the other early investigators think?

3/21/2012 6:32:57 PM

lisamariefan

A sheriff in Arizona, you say?

Good gracious!

3/23/2012 2:46:09 AM
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