Well, one thing I missed during my time off was Jerome Corsi’s departure from Birferdom on April 19, 2013. Here is a link to the story at Dr. Conspiracy’s website:
During the 2 minute plus excerpt from the interview, Corsi called the Birther issue a “dead horse.” He said the issue has been marginalized. However, he maintained that he still believed it. But. . . there were other issues which need his attention. Imagine that, an author just walking away from what would be one of the most devastating stories in American history to go off on some other issues. If true, this story would be bigger than Watergate. Our very own Manchurian President, and Jerome Corsi just prisses away from it with an, “Oh, I’ve got some other fish to fry. . .”
Corsi now has his own website:
It has been up and running since January 24, 2013 as near as I can tell. There are no overtly birthery articles. No stories about the Cold Case Posse. As a matter of fact, Corsi managed to completely ignore Deputy Zullo’s shock and awe speech June 1, 2013 speech t0 the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Convention in St. Charles, Missouri. The speech which supposedly impressed so many law enforcement personnel. Corsi should have been beaming with pride with his recent comrades scoring a victory like that.
But he wasn’t. Corsi is in Washington now, and is running with a more sophisticated crowd. He needs to distance himself from all that wahoo Birther stuff. That is how you can be sure that there is nothing but crapola in the Cold Case Posse report. That is how you can be sure that there were never any legs to the story. That is how you can be sure Corsi never believed any of it.
Anybody who bought into the whole “Where’s The Real Birth Certificate” farce he peddled out to be mad as heck. They got PWNED! To give the Devil his due, Corsi never endorsed the idiotic “two citizen parents” nonsense pushed by Mario Apuzzo, Esq. and other Birthers. I guess there is some stuff even rats will turn their noses up at.
Note 1. The Image: This is PLAGUE: DANCE OF THE RATS. Rats dancing at the time of the plague. Oil on canvas by an unknown Flemish artist, 17th century. Copies can be purchased at: