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Friday, October 22, 2010

Video Below: Obama eligibility attorney Gary Kreep sits down with Floyd Brown of Floyd Reports and the Impeach Obama Campaign to discuss Obama's COLB, the birth announcements and the Hawaii Department of Health. Mr. Kreep also discussed his current case against Obama on the Patriot's Heart Network which can be heard here. Great to see Mr. Kreep is back in the fight after his life-threatening medical issue.

Via 68Truthseeker; - Obama's Eligibility : COLB & Birth Announcements Vs. The Research -

Floyd Brown interviews Obama Eligibility Attorney Gary Kreep. What you will not hear in the Lazy Mainstream Media. Video Source. Image Source.

Previous reports on Gary Kreep can be found here. Visit the Birther Vault for the long list of evidence against Obama and the Hawaii Department of Health and all of the people questioning Obama's eligibility; [].

Irrefutable Proof that Obama is Not Eligible to be President of the United States, the Facts Don't Lie!
2000/2004/2008 Democratic Party of Hawaii Certifications of Nomination for Presidential Candidates -
2008 DNC Presidential nomination certificate with constitutionally eligible provision - Hawaii
2008 DNC Presidential nomination certificate without constitutionally eligible provision - Georgia
Obama Ineligible - I tried and lied but it won't go away! Wash Times Natl Wkly 2010-10-04 pg 5



  2. There has been no doubt about Obama's inelgibility for a couple of years now. The problem is getting anyhing done about it.

    Maybe after the election it will be a bit easier job, but most, if not all Republicans are scared to death of this issue. I would not expect much help from them.

  3. Can't Grandma Sarah be subpoenaed to testify at Terry Lakin's trial?

  4. Don't think so... For one she is in Kenya and second the judge ruled that LTC Lakin can't use anything in regards to Obama's eligibility


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