Joe Arpaio's "Birther" Investigation Still Exists; Lead "Birther" Swears Evidence Coming Soon
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's "investigation" into President Barack Obama still exists after 16 months, which has an industry term of "long con."
Believe it or not, Arpaio's birther chief still claims that there's evidence Barack Obama's birth certificate is fake, and indeed, new evidence that will have anyone convinced.
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It's almost comical at this point (well, it always has been), but here we are 16 months later, after multiple press conferences, and totally bogus stuff presented as "evidence," and Arpaio's boys say the good stuff's almost here.
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Arpaio's birther chief Mike Zullo, in an appearance on some birther-friendly radio show, said, "The evidence that we have acquired -- new-found evidence that we have never made public at any point in time, and we are not going to make public until we have the right opportunity -- will convince even the greatest skeptic that this document is 100 percent a forgery."
(Start around the 6:50 mark for this specific part)
Oh boy, folks, it's really coming this time.
Of course, the believers will still believe, and the rational will still be rational, but it's pretty sad that this debunked farce has lived this long.
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