Neil Abercrombie Obama birth certificate facts, Abercrombie found no birth certificate, Exists in the archives written down
“Oh the tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.”
“Birds of a feather flock together.”
“Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense, to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans
In a review that I wrote on September 2, 2011 of John Woodman’s new book, “Is Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate a Fraud?”, I wrote the following:
“Governor Abercrombie stated that he could find no birth certifcate for Obama. Only a notation.”
Mr. Woodman responded to that statement and others that I made.
“Instead, he claims, “Governor Abercrombie stated that he could find no birth certifcate for Obama. Only a notation,” — completely ignoring the evidence that I presented in the book as to what Governor Abercrombie actually did and did not say.
We might ask Mr. Wells to provide proof of his statement, to give us a direct and verified quote from Governor Abercrombie in which the Governor specifically stated that he found no birth certificate, and that he instead only found a notation.
But he can’t, because it doesn’t exist. I’ve looked.”
The astute reader will immediately notice that I did not provide a direct quote of Abercrombie. Instead I provided an accurate representation of what Abercrombie said and did.
Here are the facts.
From a Honolulu Star Advewrtiser of Governor Abercrombie January 18, 2011.
“Q: You stirred up quite a controversy with your comments regarding birthers and your plans to release more information regarding President Barack Obama’s birth certificate. How is that coming?
A: I got a letter from someone the other day who was genuinely concerned about it; it is not all just political agenda. They were talking on Olelo last night about this; it has a political implication for 2012 that we simply cannot have.
(Abercrombie said there is a recording of the birth in the State Archives and he wants to use that.)
It was actually written I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down …
…What I can do, and all I have ever said, is that I am going to see to it as governor that I can verify to anyone who is honest about it that this is the case.”
Anyone with average reading comprehension skills and vocabulary should notice that Abercrombie states “written down” and that is one of the definitions of notation.
Next for my use of the word stated, one of the definitions of state.
State (verb): To express or present in a non verbal way.
Implied assertion: Evidence of the truth of some fact that can be inferred from some statement, behaviour, or conduct put forward as evidence in court.
Assertion: Positive statement.
To the best of my knowledge, Governor Abercrombie has not announced that he has located an original birth certificate proving Hawaiian birth for Obama.
Anyone really seeking the truth would be statisfied with the facts presented above. However, as the regulars on this blog are aware, I always try to provide as much verification as possible.
Mike Evans, a celebrity journalist, is a friend of Governor Neil Abercrombie. Evans confirms that Abercrombie could find no birth certificate for Obama. Evans then trys to backtrack, but gets caught.
From The NY Daily News January 27, 2011.
“Evans went on to tell KQRS that he talked “with Neil’s office, Neil says that he’s searched everywhere using his power as governor” at the two hospitals Obama was likely born at in 1961 – Kapiolani Medical Center and Queens Medical Center – only to come up empty.
“There is no Barack Obama birth certificate in Hawaii,” Evans claimed he was told by the governor’s office. “Absolutely no proof that he was born in Hawaii… now [Abercrombie] admits, publically, that there is no birth certificate.”
Evans now says it was all a big misunderstanding.”
From American Thinker February 13, 2011.
“But less than a month later, when it was Abercrombie’s turn to produce the long form, he turned up empty-handed, and instead offered some ambiguous lines about something “written down” that “actually exists.”
Enter a new player to the game: journalist friend of Abercrombie, Mike Evans, on the radio a few days later touting “There is no Barack Obama birth certificate in Hawaii — absolutely no proof at all that he was born in Hawaii.” Evans backtracked after the story went national, saying he “misspoke” and had not conversed personally with Abercrombie, and that this error occurred in only one of the 34 interviews he had done that morning. Further research, however, found that Evans repeated his misstatement more than once and “appeared to be reading from a script and ad-libbing around it as he read.””