Since the release by President Obama of his long-form birth certificate, online news Web site WorldNetDaily has churned out a steady stream of “investigative” reports and fanciful theories all pointed towards denying the birth certificate, and presumably attempting to push up sales of Jerome Corsi’s ill-timed book, Where’s the Birth Certificate?
One voice has not been heard, and that is the voice of Lester Kinsolving, WND’s twice Pulitzer-Prize-nominated White House correspondent who raised questions in White House press briefings about Obama’s birth certificate and other conspiracy-related items. One speculates that Kinsolving, an accredited member of the White House press corps, should have been present when the long-form birth certificate was released. While billions of electrons have been sent racing across the Internet expressing doubt about the electronic images of the certificate released by the White House, did Kinsolving see the original?
At last, there’s word from Kinsolving. “It puts it to rest for me,” he said in a contextually ambiguous explanation of why he’s not going to raise the birth certificate issue again. View the video at MediaIte.com.