Barack Obama UC Irvine Commencement Protest Part Deux: This Time It's the Birfers
A Simi Valley birther has emailed various people with email addresses ending in "@uci.edu" with this ALL-CAPS message:
"OBAMA IS FRAUD AND AN ENEMY OF AMERICA...AND YOU WANT HIM SPEAKING AT YOUR COMMENCEMENT? DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE! MAJOR PROTEST SCHEDULED AT UC IRVINE COMMENCEMENT..."
Obama is scheduled to speak at the special 50th anniversary graduation ceremony at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on June 14. As we previously noted, an "Impeach Obama" group has formed in Irvine in time to protest the event.
The latest threat comes from Gary Wilmott, who you can hear here clashing with Larry "The Sage of Southcentral" Elder about Obama's supposedly phony baloney birth certificate:
Wilmott's message to UCI email addresses includes a cut-and-pasted article by Sharon Rondeau on her The Post & Email site. Rondeau is pretty much the Connecticut version of Orly Taitz, the Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real estate saleslady/Vern Nelson digital penetrator who has been dubbed the "Queen of the Birthers."
(Indeed, Rondeau previously extended "best wishes" to Taitz, who was recuperating from being ... ahem ... rear-ended on the way to an April 2 appointment with the LA Times. More on that in later post this morning.)
In more birfer log rolling, Rondeau writes about a new video trailer that promises, "Prosecutions are coming...We know who...We know why...And we know when..." and that "document fraud was committed." Here it is:
The video, in the style of a Hollywood movie trailer, apparently references Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Cold Case Posse investigation into Obama's birth certificate--an investigation that is much anticipated in Birferland.
Rondeau writes that two months ago, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo announced that Arpaio would be giving a press conference with "universe-shattering" information at some point in the spring.
Apparently, it's not about Sheriff Joe marrying a dude.
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