World Net Daily is reporting the possible expansion of Sheriff Arpaio’s posse investigating the legitimacy of president Obama’s citizenship. Whether this approach will be successful or not, I would like to see just one Republican running for the office of President stand up and address this issue. If they cannot stand up for a Constitutional requirement out of fear of repercussions, this shows a lack of moral character as well as spine.
I do know that the PDF on whitehouse.gov of the birth certificate is a fraud. There is no doubt that this movement to restore justice by sheriffs will continue to expand as the elections approach.
Tea party organizations arranging for delivery of evidence of ‘fraud’
Two more county sheriffs soon will be asked by their constituents to launch investigations into a dispute that already is the focus of a special five-member “Cold Case Posse” in Arizona – the authenticity of Barack Obama’s birth documentation and his linked eligibility to be president under the U.S. Constitution’s requirements.
Tea party leaders in Florida and New Jersey have informed “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” author Jerome Corsi of their plans to have him meet with sheriffs in those states in coming days.
Corsi recently met with tea party leaders in Arizona who presented Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio with a formal request for an investigation on the grounds that a fraudulent document could be used to place an ineligible candidate for president on election ballots in the county.
Arpaio told WND that he assigned the five members of his “posse” to investigate. He chose citizens with professional experience in conducting investigations, including people with experience in law enforcement, lawyers who have participated in criminal or civil cases and others with specialized skills in fields ranging from accounting to criminal forensic examination.
The decision, he says, is simply a matter of doing his duty.
“This investigation does not involve politics,” Arpaio told WND. “I listen to all the residents of Maricopa County who come to my office with complaints, regardless what their politics are.
“My door is open to everyone, and I don’t kick them out. If a complaint is legitimate, I don’t dump it into the wastebasket,” he continued. “When I get allegations brought to me by the citizens of Maricopa County, I look into the allegations, just like I am doing here.”