Sam Esale


Let me tell you this just for an addition, for to me the problem of United 
States today is not the birther conspiracy, and I do not think United States as 
a country has any one that will vote based on what candidate beloved Obama is 
an American. This is a democrats noise and noise as it so can be. But I will 
tell you this, the difference between Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton, is 
because Sidney Blumenthal and Hillary Clinton believed and preached that Obama 
is not an American. The Obama camp got upset to a point of refusing Sidney 
Blumenthal getting an appointment into the entire Obama administration. There 
are so many reasons I cry that Hillary wins this election, but top of the list, 
is that now that Obama is out, Hillary is going to include Sidney Blumenthal 
into her administration.


If I was a democrat I would yuck on the birther issue very carefully and slow, 
but again I am not a democrat. Am I !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?



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Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2016 3:14 PM





Thank you so much for providing us with additional research to confirm or 
support our position in this matter.


Below, is an excerpt from your post:


"The Birther issue was long the province of Conservative Talk Show and far 
Right Wing Politicians who opposed Obama's candidacy and Presidency. Trump used 
it as his Platform into Politics five years ago, despite numerous reports that 
exposed it as false." 

(David Goldstein, WASHINGTON).


Edward, thanks again.




Rev. Sam

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On Sep 18, 2016, at 2:57 PM, 'Herrn Edward Mulindwa' 
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2 Clinton supporters in ’08 reportedly shared Obama ‘birther’ story





Two supporters of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign reportedly 
shared the claim that then-rival Barack Obama was not born in the United States 
and thus was not eligible to be president.

One was a volunteer in Iowa, who was fired, Clinton’s former campaign manager 
said Friday. The other was Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal, according to a 
former McClatchy Washington Bureau chief.

The issue arose Friday as Donald Trump finally acknowledged that Obama was born 
in the U.S. Trump, a leading champion of the debunked “birther” conspiracy 
theory for years, attempted to blame Clinton for starting it when she ran 
against Obama in 2008 for the Democratic presidential nomination.

 In fact, there were several people  
publicly pushing the theory, which was repeated extensively on conservative 
news outlets. There were the two Clinton supporters, but there is no evidence 
that Clinton herself or her campaign spread the story.

Patti Solis Doyle, Clinton’s campaign manager during part of the 2008 race, 
told CNN on Friday that an Iowa campaign worker had passed on an email about 
the birther conspiracy and that Clinton quickly fired him.

Solis Doyle said she’d called Obama campaign official David Plouffe at the time 
“to apologize and basically say that this was not coming from us. It was a 
rogue volunteer coordinator.”

Phil Singer, Clinton’s 2008 campaign press secretary, said by email Friday: 
“The idea that the Hillary Clinton campaign had anything to do with spreading 
the birther issue has as much credibility as the birther issue itself: none. It 
didn’t happen.”

Meanwhile, former McClatchy Washington Bureau Chief James Asher tweeted Friday 
that Blumenthal had “told me in person” that Obama was born in Kenya.

“During the 2008 Democratic primary, Sid Blumenthal visited the Washington 
Bureau of McClatchy Co.,” Asher said in an email Friday to McClatchy, noting 
that he was at the time the investigative editor and in charge of Africa 

“During that meeting, Mr. Blumenthal and I met together in my office and he 
strongly urged me to investigate the exact place of President Obama’s birth, 
which he suggested was in Kenya. We assigned a reporter to go to Kenya, and 
that reporter determined that the allegation was false.

“At the time of Mr. Blumenthal’s conversation with me, there had been a few 
news articles published in various outlets reporting on rumors about Obama’s 
birthplace. While Mr. Blumenthal offered no concrete proof of Obama’s Kenyan 
birth, I felt that, as journalists, we had a responsibility to determine 
whether or not those rumors were true. They were not.”

Blumenthal, who worked in the White House with President Bill Clinton and later 
was employed by the Clinton Foundation, could not be reached Friday but said in 
an email to The Boston Globe, “This is false. Period.”

The birther issue was long the province of conservative talk show hosts and far 
right politicians who opposed Obama’s candidacy and then his presidency. Trump 
used it as his platform into politics five years ago, despite numerous reports 
that exposed it as false.

He reversed field Friday at the end of an appearance before veterans and former 
military officials who support him. But instead of ending the controversy, he 
fueled it further, with his claim about Hillary Clinton’s involvement.

Clinton, at a speech in the nation’s capital, said Trump needed to apologize.

“For five years, he has led the birther movement to delegitimize our first 
black president,” she said. “His campaign was founded on this outrageous lie.”

The Trump campaign issued a news release with a portion of Solis Doyle’s 
interview and a link to memos back then to Clinton from Mark Penn, her 2008 
pollster. One raises the issue of Obama’s “lack of American roots.” Obama was 
born in Hawaii. His father was Kenyan and his mother was from Kansas.

Penn’s memo said, “Every speech should contain the line that you were born in 
the middle of America in the middle class in the middle of the last century.”



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