Well, isn’t this something??? Deputy Mike Zullo of the Cold Case Posse done gone and used his head as something besides a Stetson holder. And you have to give him credit for thinking out of the box. He agrees that something is fishy with Obama’s long form birth certificate, because Dr. Sinclair never told his own children that he delivered the President.
I actually listened to the following link, and it is pretty interesting if you like this kind of stuff. Here is the timeline on the audio. Rick Wiles is the interviewer. If you like scary religious Anti-Christ stuff, and hearing about visions of Mt. Fuji erupting, then you can start at the beginning. But if you want to skip all that and go straight to the Mike Zullo interview, then go to the 12:10 mark. If you want to skip right to the Dr. Sinclair stuff, then go to the 34:00 mark.
Here is what transpired, by my transcription:
Rick Wyles starts it off with this question: “What about the doctor that allegedly signed the birth certificate? You know, after the electronic file was posted on the White House website, the adult grown children of that doctor, who has passed away, said “We didn’t know dad delivered the President of the United States, he never told us.”
Mike Zullo: Well, and that’s true. And because we don’t think that happened either. You know, every signature on that document looks like it was lifted off of another one.
I gave you the audio timeline above. Now here is the Reality Timeline:
1961 – Dr. David Sinclair signs the Obama long form birth certificate.
2003 – Dr. David Sinclair dies.
2004 – Obama is elected U.S. Senator
2008 – Obama is elected President.
Can anybody figure out why Dr. Sinclair may not have told his children he delivered the President??? Is there any intervening cause that might explain his reluctance to discuss this with his children??? I mean to me, the answer is pretty obvious, but what do Birthers think, that maybe Dr. Sinclair faked his own death and his children are in on it??? Because unless he did fake it, the only other answer is that Dr. Sinclair can zip around in time like Doctor Who.
To be fair to Deputy Zullo, it was Rick Wiles who asked the stupid question. But Zullo has supposedly lived and breathed this case for over a year now. Surely a semi-competent investigator would know the timeline well enough to have given the correct answer, “Well, Rick, actually Dr. Sinclair died several years before Obama became President.” I am not expecting Zullo to have the hour and minute of Sinclair’s death in his head, but surely it is not asking too much to know there was a 5 year gap.
But playing along with the Wiles and Zullo Show, wouldn’t this have been a great follow-up question by somebody calling in:
Anonymous Caller: Well, Deputy Zullo, why didn’t you and the Cold Case Posse take Dr. Sinclair into custody back in 2003, before he died??? This witness could have blown the whole thing wide open!!!
I would love to hear the answer to that one, and why this scene below DID NOT happen:
My advice to Zullo – – – “Whatever you do, DON’T THINK!“
Note 1. The Image. This is from the 1966 episode of Doctor Who called, The Gunfighters. Some call this the worst Doctor Who episode ever, while others see it in a different light. Coincidentally, it takes place in ARIZONA. There is some identity confusion going on. And, Doctor Who meets Doc Holliday, a dual-professional who had both a Dental and a Gunfighter license. (Having practiced his craft before many bars in many states.) There is even a dental scene in the episode:
Wiki has a lot to say about this episode:
The Gunfighters is the seventh serial of the third season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, set in 19th Century America on the days leading up to the famous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. This serial was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 30 April to 21 May 1966 on BBC1.
In the frontier town of Tombstone, Arizona, the troublesome Clanton brothers, Ike, Phineas and Billy, are in town in search of Doc Holliday to settle an old score over the death of another brother called Reuben. They meet up with their hired hand Seth Harper at the Last Chance Saloon. He knows what Holliday looks like and describes his coat and demeanour. This is overheard by bar singer Kate, who lets her paramour Holliday know he is in danger.
The TARDIS has arrived in a nearby stable, with the Doctor in agony from toothache. He and his companions Steven Taylor and Dodo Chaplet, dressed as cowboys, soon encounter local marshal Wyatt Earp, who offers them his protection and warns them to keep their counsel. The Doctor finds the dentist – Holliday himself – while Dodo and Steven book rooms at the local hotel. There they are mocked by the Clantons, who suspect the Doctor they refer to is Holliday himself.
Spoilers! More at the links:
Note 2. “Whatever you do, DON’T THINK!” is a word play on the scariest Doctor Who episodes EVER: