I appreciate a link from a commenter at Birther Report (here’s a hat tip to you!) pointing to a massive and illuminating narrative from birther litigant Cody Robert Judy.
Judy recounts his participation in the Blood of Jesus v. Obama “trial” in Harlem under the guidance of Pastor Manning, and laments his non-acceptance into the mainstream of birtherism. His self-declaration as the “Birther King” should not put off the reader from a work that deserves a better title. The document is long, but it’s an engaging narrative.
Some harsh words are directed to Orly Taitz:
If she’s the Birther Queen hoping and praying with her last breath Obama is removed why sabotage an effort to bring that into a Congressional Hearing? Two possibilities exist: A) her ego spun into a jealous rage because she wants credit. B) She’s working for Obama and not against Obama. Indeed she continues to have the exact same problem she has always had no matter what direction she goes "standing", no one has been hurt by Obama directly she’s represented in away that also is not seen as racist.
The story continues through a phone conversation Judy had with Douglas Vogt June on 21, 2014.
At the end is an extensive chronology of events Judy finds significant, even some mentioning me, such as this:
2009 – April- Mr. Davidson/Dr. Conspiracy creates for some reason an Obama COLB LONG FORM RECONSTRUCTION. Modifies files in August –Types “African” in race box instead of Negro, Black, or Afro-American-Department of Health race classifications- Obama catches wind of Corsi’s book. (Vogt ref)1
The most important character, beyond Judy himself, appears to be Miki Booth, and she comes out the villain.
I’m still reading.
There is also a blog archive with several hundred articles.
1This particular entry is hopelessly muddled. My Obama birth certificate reconstruction was not done in April of 2009, but first appeared in August. The father’s race of “African” was there from the very start, copied verbatim from Obama’s short form. A few minor alterations were done April 24, 2010 to add Dunham’s signature and to adjust font sizes and alignment.