Surprise, Surprise, Flight records missing for week of Skippy's birth

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File this under Color Me Surprised. ———— ~Steve~ —-

World Net Daily
by: Jerome R. Corsi
Friday, March 23, 2012
After months of searching, investigators commissioned by Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio to examine Barack Obama’s eligibility for office found Immigration and Naturalization Service travel records for foreign flights into Hawaii in 1961, only to discover that records for the week of Obama’s birth were missing.
Investigators were searching to determine if Barack Obama might have been born in a foreign country and returned to Honolulu in or around August 1961 with his mother, Ann Dunham. …
Investigators examining the microfilm records found only one week of INS passenger cards to be completely missing in all the records so far examined. … Specifically, in Record Group A 3573, data records for Aug. 2, 1961 through Aug. 7, 1961, appear to be completely missing, as if the records were removed from the database prior to the microfilm recording.

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0 responses to “Surprise, Surprise, Flight records missing for week of Skippy's birth

  1. Just can’t wait for him to leave office, four years from now if the Republicans have anything to say about it. Oh, the revelations! The cries of anguish from the liberal press! “How were we to know?”

    • If he is re-elected, he may be the dictator before another election can be held. He is so smug like he knows he will not be beaten. Watch for a lot of voter fraud. When he told Medeved this will be his last election, it may be because there is a plan in place for martial law and he will be the ruler(puppet) in chief.

  2. Can one be colored unsurprised:))

  3. I wonder what airport they’ll name after him ?

  4. What a surprise.
    That was sarcasm.

  5. This looks like a premeditated coup of the US government. It has been planned for a long time. obama may be “their” patsy, however.

  6. Soldier questions eligibility, doubts president’s authority
    ‘As an officer, my sworn oath to support and defend our Constitution requires this’


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