FreeRepublic.com Founder Attacks ‘Kenyan Birth Certificate’ Forgery
Monday, August 03, 2009 at 9:30 am
The FreeRepublic.com forums have been roiled by conservative activists debating whether or not the Kenyan “certified copy of registration of birth” released by Orly Taitz is genuine. Jim Robinson, the Fresno, Calif.-based founder and owner of the site, has chimed in with his own view that the document is forged.
[O]ne of our moderators spotted this:
It has several clues, but also there’s this question:
Who is E. F. Lavender?
Earth Friendly Lavender detergent?
Insult to injury: The conspiracy site WorldNetDaily, which had the image of the forged certificate first, is running a poll and asking readers whether they think it’s genuine. As of 9:30 a.m., opinion was running 4-1 against, with a plurality of readers saying “even if this Kenya document isn’t real, I’m still convinced Obama is hiding something huge about who he really is.”
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