Think of this blog bit as an addendum to my last blog bit, Friggin’ Fact: Barack “Usap” Obama’s Birth Certificate Absolutely Proven-2-B-A-Forgery!
For a period in the mid-1980s I worked professionally in Inglewood, California, as a sign designer for commercial properties. In fact, a few examples of my handiwork can still be found in and around Los Angeles.
For instance, my sign at a popular eatery in Culver City called Johnnie’s French Dip Pastrami Restaurant on Sepulveda Boulevard still stands.
The big yellow “JOHNNIE’S / We Proudly Feature Vienna Beef Products” sign is one of mine:
As a result of my work designing large signs for businesses, I became very well acquainted with various different typefaces.
Furthermore, I worked for years as a voluntary correspondent for a spiritual organization’s prison outreach program; consequently I wrote countless letters to inmates all across this country. And until just about 10 years ago, I did nearly all of my writing on manual typewriters. A lot of people alive today have never once used a manual typewriter, but I not only used them, I preferred them.
In my lifetime I’ve owned two different heavy Royal manual typewriters and one portable Remington Rand manual, and I have typed hundreds of thousands of words on these various machines. So, I not only have knowledge of typefaces but also have a lot of experience with the joys and frustrations that result from extensive use of old manual typewriters.
Having studied the examples of various typefaces Mr. Paul Irey, a retired professional typographer, found within the supposed “authentic” long-form Barack “USAP” Obama birth certificate, there is not the slightest sliver of emanations of penumbras in my mind that the document is a fraud composed of multiple different typefaces.
I have firsthand experience with every manner of operator and machine error when it comes to manual typewriters (from failing to properly depress the shift key to carriage progression malfunctions) and I can state unequivocally that the most glaring examples in Mr. Irey’s display of inconsistencies in the Obama birth certificate are not results of machine imperfections nor operator errors. Let’s look closely at some of them:
E - #s 11 & 176: Note the different angles of the serifs at the bottom extension. Sorry, ladies and gentlemen, but those are unquestionably two different angles and not a result of excess inking on one of the letters.
a - #s 23, 56, & 130: Focus on the inner closed "stomach" portion of the "a". They are clearly different shapes, thus they are different typefaces.
e - #s 25 & 67: Notice how the "crossbar" on number 25 angles upward slightly, while the "crossbar" on number 67 runs straight across. If those two letters were struck by the same typewriter, the ONLY way you could get the upward angle on #25 is if you were to loosen the paper from the platen in the machine and tilt the paper slightly. And why would a typist do such a thing? In my opinion, this is one of the most blatant proofs that the birth certificate was assembled using text from a variety of other sources.
i - #s 58 & 63: Again you have a difference in the angle of the serifs up at the top, just below the dot.
t - #s 66 & 186: Examine the space created by the "hook" at the bottom of those letters. 66 turns upward in a nice, evenly rounded manner, while the upward turn of the "hook" on 186 is much sharper - not coming to a point exactly, nevertheless "angled" rather than "rounded". These are obviously letters from two different typewriters.
There are so many flaws in the long-form Barack Obama birth certificate, running the gamut from the chronologically incorrect registration number in relationship to the birth certificates of the Nordyke twins, to the computer layering effect of the document displayed on the White House website, to the smiley face and the “TXE” misspelling in the Alvin T. Onaka rubber stamp, to the multiple typefaces found within the inserted information on the document, that it seems almost preposterous to assume anything other than that someone worked determinedly, diligently, doggedly – and every other “d-ly” way – to ensure that Obama’s birth certificate would appear as fraudulent as possible!
In other words, it’s nearly impossible for me to believe that this document was falsified with the intent of fooling people. Could anyone REALLY do this bad a forgery job inadvertently?
And why would so many different typeface characters of the same letters be used? Theoretically, all one would need is one example of each letter of the alphabet (upper and lower case) and one example of each numeral 0-9 and a set of punctuation marks. All of which could be extracted from one, or at most two, authentic 1961 Hawaiian birth certificates. So why the plethora of typefaces utilized in the construction of this one fake document?
Which causes me to reiterate my earlier speculation that the person who undertook the job of forging this birth certificate on behalf of the Marxist in Chief was in fact blowing the whistle on the presidential impostor. As it stands right now, it seems to me that the secret intent of whomever put this phony document together may have been to “out” Barack Obama. I know it's never wise to underestimate the stupidity of Dumb-O-Crats, but even a Dumb-O-Crat isn’t so dumb that he or she couldn’t do a better job than this of forging a birth certificate. Right?
Mark my words, there is a great story behind the story and someday the hidden facts of it will be common knowledge.
The multiple typefaces found in the Barack “USAP” Obama birth certificate are not so much a “smoking gun” but more closely resemble a “confession of guilt”.
~ Stephen T. McCarthy
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