by a patriot activist
(Washington DC) In a coordinated effort to bring Barack Obama’s forged identity documentation into the light of scrutiny, fifteen unpaid volunteers from California, Oklahoma, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Virginia walked the halls of Congress this week delivering “Sheriff’s Kits” directly to Congresspersons, Senators and staff alike.
The cavernous Rayburn, Cannon, and Dierksen buildings were canvassed for hours, on the so-called “fly-in day” (Monday) and the first workday of the week for many of our public servants, Tuesday.
Additionally, approximately half of the 200 or so “Reclaim America Now” rally-goers, assembled at nearby Lafayette Park on Tuesday, received kits as well.
Each Sheriff’s Kit consists of concise, letter-sized packet the size of an instruction booklet. The bulk of the kit is the May 15, 2013 sworn affidavit of Detective Michael Zullo of the Maricopa County, Arizona Cold Case Posse. Zullo’s work over the past two years is a reflection not only of his efforts, but also of his core team of six investigators as well as resources gathered from hundreds of concerned citizens in both the public and the private sector.
Zullo also has in his possession an attestation of forgery by certified document examiner and expert witness Reed Hayes of Hawaii, and voluminous evidence of the forgery of the Selective Service “registration card” presented by Obama. The receipt of the packets was documented with photos taken at the point of contact and office sign-ins. The effort appears to be working: Chris Matthews called it and other recent public statements about impeachment “a fusillade of attacks…”
Organizers Mike Volin and Miki Booth brought together the informal team through e-mails and the website, wheresobamasbirthcertificate.com.
The team broke into smaller groups, of two or three each, personally delivering the kit and forgery press conference DVD’s to the offices with a brief explanation of the contents. Several had private meetings with internal office staff, and others met directly with Congressmen Kevin McCarthy (R-California), Joe Wilson (R-South Carolina), and Rob Wittman (R-Virginia). Approximately 100 offices were reached in just two days. Follow-up efforts will be ongoing.
© Ellen Field, text and photos