Sat, Dec 1, 2012 at 10:58:06 am
Conservative Fact Check, the fact-checking site that's probably not a parody, has parted ways with Pamela Geller's "TechDude," who came up with the nonsensical "heat map" theory behind the obviously forged birth certificate of Kenyan Usurper Barack Shabazz Hussein Obama:
I should point out that I have not met "TechDude" in person. He contacted me via email shortly after this site was launched, and pointed me to his work featured on the Atlas Shrugs blog. I was impressed, and offered him the (unpaid) position as our resident technical expert.
When I confronted him with the information about the plagiarized credentials, he first claimed not to be the same "TechDude" who had forged those credentials. But then I pointed him toward his emails in which he claimed to be the same "TechDude" who had helped Atlas Shruggs with their Obama forged birth certificate investigation, in which Pamela Gellar listed those same credentials.
So is it the same "TechDude"? I don't know. But I don't think that he's exhibited adequate honesty.
To be clear, I don't doubt for a second that Obama's birth certificate is a forgery -- many other people, including Mr. Donald Trump, have said the same thing, so the evidence is overwhelming. But given this revelation, it's best if "TechDude" and CFC part ways.