Isn’t it great that God would send Lord Monckton, who was a former policy advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, to Sheriff Joe Arpaio to consider the investigation of Obama’s birth certificate? And isn’t it great that he wrote a report for everyone to read, including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, FOX News, the Wall Street Journal, the NY Times, and other great media outlets/publications?
You can read his full report, Is the President, the President?, here.
Sometimes it takes an outsider, not bound by political correctness or the FCC, to state the truth. Of course, there have been Americans pointing this out, but they could be discounted as part of the internet, “riff-raff” bloggers.
It is a bit harder to discount a former policy advisor to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, though undoubtedly some will try. That makes two for the Brits…we have Lord Monckton telling the world about the Obama birth certificate and we have Lord James of Blackheath questioning “Mischief”. The United States really needs to get its game going in the integrity department. Surely, the Brits are winning there.
While we have Lord Monckton and Lord James of Blackheath on Great Britain’s side, on the United States side, we have Attorney General Eric Holder recently voted in contempt of Congress and nothing is yet happening there, and Obama hiding his birth certificate. Surely, there is a stark contrast between Lord Monckton and Lord James of Blackheath seeking the truth, and Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama Administration hiding the truth. And, Congress isn’t even beginning to dip into the waters of the controversy over the birth certificate…it has taken Sheriff Joe Arpaio and other courageous Americans to do that.
Here is Lord Monckton’s conclusion:
Implications for Her Majesty’s Government
The implications of this affair for Her Majesty’s Government are considerable. The apparent forgeries, with the failure of Mr. Obama and of the State of Hawaii to ensure access to the original long-form birth certificate of which the document on the White House website is said to be a copy, have cast legitimate and growing doubt upon Mr. Obama’s fitness to hold office. His hostility to the United Kingdom, evidenced by his removal of the bust of Churchill from the White House, may have been somewhat assuaged by his relationship with the present UK Prime Minister: however, almost any other foreseeable candidate for his office would be less inimical to the United Kingdom.
If any successful moves are made against Mr. Obama or his key supporters, whether via ballot challenges in the civil courts, or via the exercise of Brady rights by a defendant accused of a crime signed into law by Mr. Obama, or via a disqualification from office under the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, a dislocation considerably more severe than the fall of Nixon may be anticipated, leaving the free world leaderless at a time of great financial uncertainty. Therefore the issue, peripheral though it may at first seem, is not only of central importance to the United States, whose Constitution may have been flouted and circumvented in a material respect, but is also potentially of great consequence to Britain and to the West.