Hey look, it’s the good friend of the Paul family, Alex Jones, doing…. well, doing what Alex Jones does:
Another proud day for the state of Kentucky.
However, this “certificate of live birth” is an obvious forgery, as “someone” told Donald Trump it doesn’t exist. And anyone can get a certificate of live birth. I can get you one by 3:00, with nail polish.
KY GOP Secretary of State candidate Hilda Legg sat down with Ryan Alessi recently and told him that Kentucky must be protected for the scourge of foreigners stealing our elections. Bring that birth certificate to the county clerk’s office, Kentuckians!
“More so than just the photo ID at the polls, is to show your proof of citizenship when you register to vote,” she said.
That would include bringing a birth certificate or passport when someone registers to vote either at the county clerks office.
“When our young people go in to register to vote, I want them to know it’s important. Having to show you are, in fact, a citizen of the United States, that helps to make it more significant that you are now a voter,” she said.
Alessi asked her if she was a Birther, and she declined to answer:
“The American people have spoken and they have elected Barack Obama,” she said. “I can’t do anything about that. So I’m not moving in that direction. I’m moving to help ensure that Kentucky voters are those who are legal.”
Full interview below. (And kudos to Ryan for asking her the Birther question, which needed to be done)
Is anyone even the least bit shocked that Donald Trump’s barrage of Birther lunacy in the media over the past couple of weeks has vaulted him near the top of the GOP field for president next year? Here the latest WSJ/NBC poll on the GOP primary:
The base is eating it up.
Also, where is Father Liberty in that poll? The statist media is obviously to afraid to include him.
Do you think Barack Obama was definitely born in the United States, probably born in the United States, probably born in another country, or definitely born in another country?
Definitely born in U.S.- 20%
Probably born in the U.S.- 32%
Probably born in another country- 28%
Def born in another country- 15%
No Opinion- 5%
Also great to know that only 20% of Republicans say he was definitely born here. It’s a truly proud day for the GOP.
I think this should be a clear sign to both of Kentucky’s GOP Secretary of State candidates that’s it now OK to be openly Birther, and not try to hide it anymore. It’s safe to come out now.
Republicans in Georgia and New Hampshire have recently joined the Birther bandwagon (previously tried this year in Montana, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Indiana, Connecticut, Missouri and Iowa), attempting to get Barack Obama off of the presidential ballot in 2012 due to his Kenyan birth and Muslinism.
With a GOP Secretary of State primary that looks fairly even so far between Some Dude named Bill Johnson and Hilda Legg, will some brave freedom fighter stick their neck out for the Birther cause?
Both candidates have spoken about the scourge of ACORN workers, Mexicans and “dangling chads” who will try to steal our elections for their nefarious goals. Their lack of fear towards the New Black Panther Party and their nationwide voter intimidation strategy seems a bit odd (are they secret collaborators?), but will they speak out against the Kenyan Black man occupying the White House?
I’ve been waiting for Johnson to step up to the plate, as he held a Birther rally with Alan Keyes at Lexington Christian Academy last year while he was running for Senate. Will he continue his silence, or will he start to vocally advocate for Kentucky’s legislature to require the “long form birth certificate” in order to be on Kentucky’s ballot? And if he stays silent, will Hilda Legg step into the gap to shine a light on this, just like she has with the dreaded ACORN infiltration in Kentucky?
Republican primary voters are waiting to see who loves their country more… stay tuned.
Now that Sarah Palin has imploded to the point where even getting the Republican nomination seems slim, what other Liberty Lover has a chance to get the nod and take on anti-colonialist Barack Obama?
This comes off the heels of the PPP poll that shows him tied in the lead with Huckabee among Republicans, and a Wintrhop poll of southern states showing him trailing only Huckabee. Considering the fact that Newt’s net favorability rating among all voters is consistently about net -10% and Huckabee’s is +10% (and Huckabee typically performs strongest against Obama), we need to give ole Gingrich all the love he needs to draft him into the race. Of course, Gingrich has shown a keen ability to resist drafts in his past, so this could be difficult.
But getting Gingrich over the top for the Republican nomination will be tough. Mike Huckabee has started an aggressive Birther Dog-whistle on Steroids strategy, that will do nothing but help him among today’s Republicans.
Send Newt your love! America needs him!
UPDATE: From the comments, I highly recommend the “Newt Gingrich in Front of Stock Photos” tumblr page:
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