Kurt Nimmo of Alex Jones’ Infowars.com says: “As we originally noted and has been mentioned by a number of electronic image experts, one of the most glaring details demonstrating Obamaâ€™s purported birth certificate is a fraud is the presence of digital artifacts.”
Nimmo goes on to say: “Now that we have established that the document is an obvious forgery, we should ask why Obamaâ€™s people would release as definitive proof of his citizenship such an easily debunked fraud.”
For the full story, see Digital Artifacts Prove Obama Birth Certificate Altered.
Got this email today.
“Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital’s name didn’t come into existence until 1978. Before that time the hospital was called Kauikeolani Childrenâ€™s Hospital. On Obama’s certificate it says he was born at Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital. http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/defa…-long-form.pdf
The name didnâ€™t change to Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital until Kauikeolani Childrenâ€™s Hospital merged with Kapiolani Maternity Home in 1978. So how could his official long form birth certificate that was generated in 1961 have the name of the hospital that wasnâ€™t created until 1978?â€
I posted it in YouTube (I don’t know why since I never post political stuff) with an “Don’t know if true” caveat and got called on it so I was stuck having to research it.
Here’s the link from the white house
It does indeed say “Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital”
From the hospital site
“A Century of Care for Hawaii’s Women and Children
This is the story of two hospitals: Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital and Kapiâ€˜olani Maternity Home.
Concerned about the welfare of Hawaii’s mothers, Queen Kapiâ€˜olani held luau and bazaars to raise the $8,000 needed to open Kapiâ€˜olani Maternity Home in 1890. She endowed her legacy with â€œKulia i ka nuâ€˜uâ€ or â€œStrive for the highest.â€
In 1908, Albert and Emma Kauikeolani Wilcox donated $50,000 to start a children’s hospital. The community, concerned that two of every seven infants in Hawaiâ€˜i did not live to see their first birthday, rallied to match the Wilcox’s gift. A year later, Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital opened.
The two hospitals joined in 1978 to become Kapiâ€˜olani Medical Center for Women & Children. Staying true to its mission, the non-profit hospital has played a vital role in the health of Hawaii’s women, children and adolescents.”