Skip to comments.New York Post AD Exposes Obama's 'Real Father'
Posted on 09/11/2012 5:43:30 AM PDT by opentalk
After rejection by USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times
The New York Post has accepted a full-page ad declaring Barack Obamas real biological father is the late Communist Party activist Frank Marshall Davis, not the Kenyan Barack Hussein Obama.
Filmmaker Joel Gilbert makes the case in his full-length documentary Dreams from My Real Father: A Story of Reds and Deception.
The ad will run in the Posts New York City, national and international editions Tuesday and Sunday.
Convincing the newspaper to accept the full-page ad required Gilbert to go personally to the Posts main editorial office in Manhattan. It took a lot of discussion
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
All this time I thought it was Barry Appleseed.
Well, he could QUIET this claim simply by allowing us to see his DNA. But everything else of Barry is quiet and secret. The transparent administration, you see, nothing about color.
All you see is ‘color’ and nothing else, and it’s all from the left.
There is a strong resemblence. I hate to buy into ‘conspiracy’-type theories, but there is so much that has been kept secret about this president that it really is scary to think of who he may actuallly be. So much for transparancy.
That would make him eligible to be president, with two resident citizen parents- born in Hawaii, too.
Interesting...Obama campaign seems to have dropped talk about his Kenyan father. The DNC convention was now heavily referenced toward Obama's Hawaiian grandmother.
Having seen 2016 Obama’s America, I can say that I don’t believe Frank Marshall Davis is his father.
The movie had a segment with his half brother George. I believe their only link is Obama Sr. There are too many similar physical traits and mannerisms for me to believe they aren’t from the same dad.
not if he was a law breaker going to school on foreign student loans and grants.
Yep. But he would then be a Natural Born Lying Commie B_tard too.
Seems to me that it wouldn’t be impossible to test this, at least in the negative. Obama goes to some campaign event and leaves some of his DNA on a water glass; we have George Obama, who is definitely the son of Obama Sr. and is clearly (a) poor and (b) not that nuts about his purported brother. Le voila.
This crap really isn’t helpful, it makes obama look like a ‘victim’ of conspiracy nuts. This stuff turns off moderates ( whose support is needed to defeat obama, no matter who his father is) as well as non-birther conservatives.
I have to believe that some where, some how someone has secretly swabbed Obummer's fork, spoon, glass, or beer bottle after a meal or meeting to collect his DNA. Then they would need to get a similar sample from his half brother in Kenya. That should tell us whether the two have the same father.
It raises the question..we don't know who the president is and what is the truth. Security issue
They should do one of those Conan O. Brien “ff they mated” composites.
What does it matter he is still ahead and has a high approval rating. No one cares but us conservatives.
This does not present ironclad evidence that Obama was born in Hawaii. That Obama senior was a proxy father and along with the stories of mom being in Kenya for birth have to be removed as being a viable part of the tale of Obama.
Maybe so, maybe no, its the question of a possible revoked citizenship when he went to Indonesia. That sticky wicket is still unplayed.
I’ve seen the movie “Dreams from my Real Father” and it makes some very interesting links.
(the director has done a bunch of conspiracy movies which doesn’t bode well for him)
I haven’t seen 2016 yet but know it will most likely not line up to this movie.
Which one to go with? hmmm
That Obama was born in Hawaii instead of in Kenya the home of his ‘proxy’ father along with reports of mom’s travels to and from Kenya along with Kenyan government closing down all info after getting two relief shipments(one ship hijacked for a while) still leaves a lot of truth to be uncovered.
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