WND and Sheriff Arpaio’s very profitable Birther investigation
A few months back the birther website WorldNetDaily teamed-up with Arizona’s Sheriff Joe Arpaio to launch an investigation into President Obama’s birth certificate, with stands to financially benefit both parties involved. WND editor Joseph Farah today sent out a fundraising note telling members that ‘Obama is not eligible to be president’ and urging them to donate to Arpaio’s ‘Cold Case Posse.’ Since Farah claims that ‘there is nearly 100 percent agreement among qualified forensics investigators and document experts’ that President Obama’s birth certificate is a forgery, one wonders why Farah wants to go through with an ‘investigation’ by Arpaio’s scandal-ridden office if he already believes that the birth certificate is indisputably a fake document.
Contributions to the ‘Cold Case Posse’ doesn’t only go to support Arpaio, but also bolster the coffers of WND: ‘A portion of all contributions will go to support WND’s efforts, with another portion going to Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse, set to issue its report in February 2012.’ Contributors are also able to receive Jerome Corsi’s ‘Where’s the Birth Certificate?,’ which is published by none other than WND Books:
With the advent of the first official law-enforcement probe under way in Maricopa County, Arizona, under the auspices of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and the continuing investigative reporting of Jerome Corsi and the entire WND editorial team, there is still a chance for Americans to save the Constitution from being dumbed down permanently.
This fund will support both efforts.
Credit card contributions of $10 or more entitle you to a free copy of the brand-new e-book, ‘Where’s the Real Birth Certificate?’ by Jerome Corsi. For a credit card contributions of $25 or more, you will get the e-book, plus the bestselling hardcover ‘Where’s the Birth Certificate?’ – the book that forced Obama to release what he claims is his official long-form birth certificate.
A portion of all contributions will go to support WND’s efforts, with another portion going to Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse, set to issue its report in February 2012.