“Breathtaking” information will top previous press conference, says lead investigator
Paul Joseph Watson
Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse are set to unleash “shocking” revelations about Barack Obama’s birth certificate at a press conference later this month, information described as “breathtaking” by lead investigator Mike Zullo.
Speaking with Tea Party Power Hour host Mark Gillar, Zullo said that the upcoming press conference would go above and beyond the March 1st event during which Arpaio and his team announced they would investigate the probability that Obama’s long form birth certificate, released by the White House in April 2011, was a forgery.
“I can’t disclose to you what we’ve discovered, but it’s going to be a shocking revelation at our press conference,” said Zullo.
Arpaio and his posse are set to present evidence gathered during their recent trip to Hawaii, including the fact that stamps bearing Registrar Alvin Onaka’s name, used to verify Obama’s birth in Honolulu, are “floating around” inside the Hawaii Department of Health.
The upcoming press conference is set to be held on July 17 at 2:30 p.m. local time at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Phoenix, Ariz., with World Net Daily again providing live streaming video coverage.
“From what you’re telling me,” Gillar said, “it sounds like the next press conference is going to be even more amazing than the last press conference back on March 1st.”
“It will be,” Zullo responded. “The information … is going to be breathtaking when it’s released.”
As we have exhaustively documented, Obama’s long form birth certificate contains so many errors it looks it was cobbled together by a teenager using rudimentary software.
Sheriff Arpaio has been targeted by the Obama administration over his stance surrounding the Arizona illegal immigration issue, a process many suspect is also tied to Arpaio’s efforts to vet Obama’s birth certificate.
During a recent appearance on Fox News, Arpaio promised to maintain his position despite a recent Supreme Court’s decision to strike down parts of the law which requires suspected illegal immigrants to prove they are in the country legally.
Back in May, the Justice Department announced it was suing Arpaio over alleged civil rights violations on behalf of the Maricopa County sheriff’s office.