DOJ And FBI Raid News Organization After Releasing Alarming Story On Obama’s Birth Certificate

<National Report> Within hours of publishing a scathing story on President Obama ( the DOJ raided the offices of the National Report claiming the raid was lawful under the USA Patriot Act but refusing to say why the government was taking the action.

At about 12:50 this afternoon the National Report released a damning story on the Obama birth certificate scandal providing new evidence which clearly shows the document to be fraudulent. According to Sheriff Joe Arpaio, his Cold Case Posse has the evidence to prove the presidents birth certificate was computer generated using Adobe Illustrator.

Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo, revealed for the first time that his findings have been confirmed in a 40 page report by Reed Hayes, a Certified Documents Examiner (CDE) from Hawaii. The birth certificate posted to the White House website clearly shows it was forged using cut & paste methods in several layers.


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Obama’s Birth Certificate Created in Adobe Illustrator Obama Guilty of Committing the Biggest Crime in American Presidential History

<National Report> Sheriff Joe and his Cold Case Posse who investigated the Obama birth certificate scandal have proven the document is computer generated by using Adobe Illustrator. Even Obama-bot Josh Darville, who insisted Obama is the legitimate president walked away disgusted after he videotaped his effort to prove the document was not Photoshopped. After 7 minutes of video Darville was convinced its a fake. Darville downloaded the questionable document from the White House website in an effort to show it as legitimate, only to find Obama’s fraudulent birth certificate is nothing more than a cut & paste job created using about a dozen layers.

The case is now before the Alabama Supreme Court and is being heard by Chief Justice Roy Moore, a strict constitutionalist. Sheriff Joe Arpaio stated after the evidence is reviewed by the court he will present the case before Congress.


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