Joe Arpaio's Birther Squad Strikes Again: Mailman Claims "Foreign" Barack Obama Chatted Him Up at the Ayers' House
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's "birther" squad continues to add to the absolute embarrassment of an "investigation" that the sheriff has ordered in his name.
This time around, Arpaio's conspiracy-nut buddies have released a signed affidavit from a retired mailman claiming the legitimacy of the Bill Ayers aspect of the "birther" investigation released at the beginning of the month.
Mailman Allen Hulton -- who was only indentified as a "retired government employee" at the "birther" press conference -- has taken an oath swearing that Ayers' mother told him about a "foreign, black" student at her home, and that guy with the "unusual foreign sounding name" hinted to him some time in the '90s that he had a "prearranged" presidency.
Clearly, Hulton realized in 2008 that this was the one-and-only Barack Hussein Obama.
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Remember, this is just part of the evidence that Arpaio has taken in to call for a "bi-partisan congressional investigation," as Arpaio actually thinks the president's birth certificate is about as real as Dolly Parton's chest.
The mailman's affidavit, which comes attached to documentation stating he spent 39 years with the post office, talks about his experiences delivering mail to the parents of Bill Ayers in Illinois during the '80s and '90s.
Hulton never actually met Ayers, he says, but his father just so happened to speak "like a Marxist and talked about the class struggle between the rich and poor" while he was putting mail in his mailbox.
Then some time in the "early 1990s," Mary Ayers -- Bill Ayers' mother -- said she was "impressed with a foreign, black student."
"I do not recall from what country she said he was," the affidavit says. "I recall that the student had an unusual, foreign sounding name. Mary stated Thomas Ayers was helping this student through school financially."
Some time after that -- "I am not sure of the exact period of time," he says -- Hulton claims a black guy with an "unusual, foreign sounding name" introduced himself.
"He stated during the conversation the male stated that he was 'going to be' President
of the United States," Hulton swears. "I was taken aback by this statement because he came across as if his presidency was prearranged."
By 2008, the friendly postman who spoke with the neighborhood "Marxist" and chatted up foreigners made his discovery.
"During the 2008 presidential campaign, Isaw several news reports detailing a relationship between candidate Barack Obama and radical activist Bill Ayers," Hulton says."These stories reminded me of my conversations with the Ayers and my encounter with the young black male with the foreign sounding name. The facial and physical characteristics, as well as candidate Obama's voice, matched that of the young black male I met at the Ayers' home. Iam positive that the black male I spoke with in front of the Ayers house that day was indeed a young Barack Obama."
Just like the rest of the "birther" squad's evidence, it's recycled from stuff that's been passed around like tinfoil at a conspiracy-theorist conference, but Arpaio's pals at the World Net Daily says it's officially been submitted to Arpaio's "Cold Case Posse."
While the affidavit just claims Obama was "foreign," the mailman tells Arpaio's pals, "... I believe [Mary Ayers] said he was from either Kenya or Indonesia, and I favor Indonesia in my recollection."
Looks like the sheriff's boys are building a real quality case over there. Click here for the sworn affidavit.
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