The results of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's "investigation" into whether President Barack Obama is eligible for office are scheduled to be announced on March 1.
The look into the conspiracy that's been debunked again and again has been going on for months now, and two weeks from today Arpaio's going to explain why he's been ignoring alien abductions and bigfoot sightings to focus on Obama's eligibility to be president.
Arpaio explained the Hawaiian Twins theory to New Times in November, but also added that the "birther posse" could come up with "other information."
What could Arpaio possibly have to announce to everyone about his "birther" probe that's so saucy?
For many people, we'll venture to guess that their answer is "nothing."
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The sheriff's "birther" posse has received significant media coverage since the start of the investigation, including his front-page appearance on a supermarket tabloid and in the articles of conspiracy theorist extraordinaire Jerome Corsi, so he's going to have to say something.
That leads us to the question: What exactly is Arpaio going to reveal during the finale of his "birther" probe?
Cast your vote below: