Glendale, CA - There appears to be a measured hesitancy on the part of the media to stay away from issues that may very well costthe presidency. Is this a calculated attempt at a silent misinformation campaign?
There are evidences of widespread cover-up to keep from hurting the president's image. There is enough information out there, including the results of the investigation by the so-called "cold case posse," that cast doubt on his eligibility to become president, much less remain as president of the United States.
What about the video where Barack Obama himself states that he wasn't born in Hawaii, that he was born in Kenya? And the unresolved issue of the Social Security number he uses from the state of Connecticut issued while he was attending high school in Hawaii?
The fact that his personal records in school, including those from high school, college and as a law student are sealed, as well as articles he may have written as president or editor of the Harvard Law Review, and his status with the Illinois bar, to name a few, are enough to raise questions regarding his ability to fulfill the legal requirements to be the president of this country.
But where are the pundits and the talking heads who otherwise would have been unstoppable were these questions applicable to another person, say, a candidate from the other party? Perhaps that is not a fair statement because both sides of the aisle are complicitly silent on these matters.
One definition of treason is the betrayal of trust or confidence; a breach of trust.
Is the hesitancy by the free press to further investigate, expose and/or report these material data not bordering on treason, because there is a deliberate betrayal of the public trust that the media would do its due diligence when these pieces of information are not allowed to see the light of day?
We the people deserve to be informed. Someone is often famously quoted as saying that it is enough for good men to say nothing in order for evil to triumph!
Are we going to settle for less than the truth?
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