Monday, May 16, 2011

Birth Certificate: Computer Generated

Karl Denninger, the former CEO of MCSNet, a Chicago networking and Internet company, demonstrates "kerning" on the birth certificate, a lining up of letters routinely done by computers but impossible on typewriters of the 1960s.

In this image of the name of the hospital, the "a" and the "p" share vertical space on the line, an example of "kerning," which only modern computers can do.

Conclusion: This release of Obama's birth certificate by the White House is computer generated. An Obvious fake. Whoever manufactured this fake document may have been a real pro with photoshop and the like, but knew next to nothing about how a 1960's typewriter or how modern computers and copiers really work.

This kind of evidence is damning and irrefutable. The president released a fake document. Period.

So we still know nothing of the president's true birth situation and why the information is being so carefully guarded.


Ted Amadeus said...

It's being carefully guarded because the Donks - with phat jack from Soros for promotions - sold US a bum steer.
That document is much more valid than Our Dear Leader!

Bob said...

Look for a new computer program that will exactly mimic various typewriters and typesets from the day of the typewriter.

I would not be surprised to learn that such a program has already been generated for government use, but the dorks at the White House didn't know of it.

My money(two federal reserve dollar notes) says they know now...

Bruce Price said...

Dan Rather's fakes made the same mistake. Art directors saw it right away. Which makes the present situation even harder to grasp.

Those who don't know the past are doomed to repeat it--perhaps that covers it.

Ultimately, Obama may be undone by our low educational standards.

Bruce Deitrick Price