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POSFKBC arises at Birther Report: Doc receives high praise from birther!

A new article appeared at Birther Report™ in which Lucas Smith presents a 2013 report from a redacted expert on footprints, arguing, I think, that the footprint on Smith’s fake Obama Kenyan Certificate is really the footprint of an infant. So what if it is?

What was utterly amazing was a comment from someone at BR, charlesmountain, noted birther litigant and publisher. Here’s the exchange:

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I was formulating a detailed and thoughtful reply, not noticing that another commenter entered with:

imageand charlesmountain did a little more looking around, concluding:

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“Dr. Douchebag has even done his homework.” That’s one of the nicest things a birther ever said to me!


Here are the text versions of the exchange:

charlesmountain

I believe the Lucas Smith, Kenyan BC is real.

Faggus and his Commie buttlicks at the Fagblow thought so too, so they fabricated that horseshit “Kenyan BC” which was quickly debunked to help muddy up the waters…

And then Snopes did the rest by lumping the two together… http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/birthers/ken…

A lot of folk fell for that jive, thinking the Smith BC was debunked too…

But it’s never been debunked.

Ain’t that right, Dr. Horseshit?

anon:

You need to do a little more in-depth research. Once you do, you will realize he was in Costa Rica when he filmed his videos. He has never been to Kenya. The guy is as big of a fraud as Barry, nothing more needs to be said.

charlesmountain:

After digging a bit deeper it would appear that you are correct.

In fact, I now suspect that it is most likely a fake and seems to be have been thoroughly debunked.

Looks like Dr. Douchebag has even done his homework on this…

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15 Responses to POSFKBC arises at Birther Report: Doc receives high praise from birther!

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    Lupin January 2, 2015 at 11:48 am #

    This evokes something about a stopped clock…

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    wrecking ball January 2, 2015 at 12:18 pm #

    “After digging a bit deeper …..”

    i’d be very interested in knowing what that digging entailed and exactly what was the evidence that made him change his opinion.

    unfortunately if anyone of us were to ask i doubt we’d get an answer.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG January 2, 2015 at 2:11 pm #

    Well if they admitted Doc was right about this, that’s going to implant the seed of doubt into their minds. “What if he’s right about these other things too?!”. I wafted through Gerbil Report this morning. If they’re pimping Smith’s old poopies, then they must be feeling desperate, as Zullo has publicly decried LDS’s “findings”.

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    Smirk4Food January 2, 2015 at 2:20 pm #

    “Dr Douchebag” will soon be my new Twitter handle!!! #opportunist

  5. avatar
    Notorial Dissent January 2, 2015 at 2:55 pm #

    You certainly seem to have soured Kirshy’s mush for him, way to go.

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    Bernard Sussman January 2, 2015 at 6:04 pm #

    I left a comment on Birther Report but, somehow, mysteriously, it didn’t seem to pass their editorial standards.

    I noted that the baby footprint could, obviously, come from anyone’s baby, and cited:
    http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/11/baby_picture_posting_etiquette_parents_can_t_control_their_children_s_digital.html

    And then I noted some problems about the Lucas Smith b/c (“the wrinkled b/c”):
    1. Mombasa is the furthest end of Kenya from the Obama ancestral home and would have required Mama Obama, in the final days of pregnancy, to endure what must have been a jolting jeep ride of 300 miles, passing by several real hospitals and midwife clinics.
    2. All the dates are American style – month, day, year – instead of British style – day, month, year. And the comma in “4th day of August, 1961” shouldn’t be there.
    3. No example of an undoubted b/c from the same hospital, in the same year for someone else, so we could see if the b/c really looked that way.
    To which I will add now, from other sources,
    4. The baby’s measurements are American units (pounds, inches) instead of British metric measurements.
    5. The form itself can be absolutely duplicated to the pixel on a PC using the fonts that come with Windows.
    6. Since this was in Kenya and supposedly Papa Obama would be available, there’s no good reason why only the year of his birth – not the precise month and day – appear.
    Anyway, I am still baffled, astounded, shocked I tell you, that my critique of the wrinkled b/c didn’t make it on Birther Report.

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    Dr. Conspiracy January 2, 2015 at 6:22 pm #

    I just read it over there.

    Bernard Sussman: I left a comment on Birther Report but, somehow, mysteriously, it didn’t seem to pass their editorial standards.

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    gorefan January 2, 2015 at 8:16 pm #

    Bernard Sussman:

    4.The baby’s measurements are American units (pounds, inches) instead of British metric measurements.

    I thought the Englished used imperial units or some combination of metric and imperial). This report has road signs in yards and miles, not meters and kilometers.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/222621/dg_191955.pdf

    Apparently Kenya switched to metric in 1970.

    This is an old Smith article being reprinted in BR. All the expert opinions are form 2013. IIRC, WND published an official Kenya BC from the 1960s and looks nothing like Smith’s hospital BC. The BC was horizontal (landscape) with the birth information in columns across the page.

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    Northland10 January 2, 2015 at 8:18 pm #

    Lupin: This evokes something about a stopped clock…

    One of the earlier debunkers of the Lucas Smith BC was none other than WND

    http://www.wnd.com/2009/08/107678/

    They even included an image of what they claim is an an actual Kenyan BC from that era. Of course, they follow up with Where’s the Birth Certificate madness, but even Lucas is a grift too far for them.

    (edit: oh noes, Gorefan beat me to it again).

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    Northland10 January 2, 2015 at 8:22 pm #

    Bernard Sussman: And then I noted some problems about the Lucas Smith b/c (“the wrinkled b/c”):
    1. Mombasa is the furthest end of Kenya from the Obama ancestral home and would have required Mama Obama, in the final days of pregnancy, to endure what must have been a jolting jeep ride of 300 miles, passing by several real hospitals and midwife clinics.

    We are still waiting for proof that Lucas has been to Kenya, or even Africa. When he would troll around here, we asked him for proof that he even was in Africa. Apparently, he cannot forge a visa stamp.

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    gorefan January 2, 2015 at 8:26 pm #

    Northland10: One of the earlier debunkers of the Lucas Smith BC was none other than WND

    http://www.wnd.com/2009/08/107678/

    They even included an image of what they claim is an an actual Kenyan BC from that era.Of course, they follow up with Where’s the Birth Certificate madness, but even Lucas is a grift too far for them.

    But you found the article in WND and posted a link. I didn’t stop to search for it, so it was a tie.

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    Thomas Brown January 2, 2015 at 8:39 pm #

    All right, somebody has GOT to help me floss the image of a superhero with Doc’s face and… various gnarly implements… along the lines of the Ghost Busters… called “Doctor Douchebag” out of my brain.

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    Slartibartfast January 2, 2015 at 8:44 pm #

    Actually, since Mr. Obama is known to have attended classes in Hawai’i that summer (as well as there being no record that he left the US at that time), he would have been decidedly unavailable. Which, of course, is an even bigger problem for the credibility of the “born in Kenya” birthers.

    Bernard Sussman: 6. Since this was in Kenya and supposedly Papa Obama would be available, there’s no good reason why only the year of his birth – not the precise month and day – appear.
    Anyway, I am still baffled, astounded, shocked I tell you, that my critique of the wrinkled b/c didn’t make it on Birther Report.

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    Slartibartfast January 2, 2015 at 8:46 pm #

    No problem.

    Thomas Brown:
    All right, somebody has GOT to help me floss the image of a superhero with Doc’s face and… various gnarly implements…along the lines of the Ghost Busters… called “Doctor Douchebag” out of my brain.

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    ASK Esq January 3, 2015 at 12:09 am #

    “After digging a bit deeper it would appear that you are correct.”

    That’s strange. Usually, when birthers dig deeper, they just find themselves buried in more crap.