Did the White House just inadvertently confirm Obama ID fraud?

President Obama's personal data is "not in particular government data bases" so his identity cannot be verified. And this according to White House sources. Huh? What kind of data? And what kind of president cannot have his identity verified. And this little disclosure comes just as Americans are turning off the news to an extent that makes the classic "Friday afternoon data dump" look like publicity-seeking.

By way of the Gateway Pundit, Ed Henry of FoxNews:

We learned today from the White House... initially, they said he signed up for what they called a bronze plan, paying about four hundred dollars a month in premiums. But, then they came back to us and said - Wait, he didn't actually enroll. They said his staff did it and that's because of his unique circumstance [obviously] as Commander in Chief. That his personal information is not in particular government data bases. So healthcare.gov could not actually verify his identity, oddly enough... So his staff did it." [emphasis added]

Here are some simple questions:

Does Obama file his tax returns by way of sending staff to a DC IRS building?

If not, why not?

Doesn't the integrity of Obama's tax returns relate to security risks?

Or, is Obama's information in IRS databases and not other federal agency databases accessed by HHS?

If this is true, precisely what other databases accessed by HHS do not contain Obama's information, and why not if his information is in the IRS database?

Are these other databases less secure than IRS databases, and if so in what ways and why?

Alternatively, has the White House just inadvertently acknowledged that there are grave problems related to Obama's identity, and that it is intellectually and/or morally incapable of distinguishing these problems from "genuine" security issues?

Is Obama himself a "security issue" that for some reason doesn't implicate the IRS, and might this in turn have to do with the "phony" IRS scandal?

Dr. Jason Kissner is associate professor of criminology at California State University, Fresno.  You can reach him at crimprof2010@hotmail.com.


President Obama's personal data is "not in particular government data bases" so his identity cannot be verified. And this according to White House sources. Huh? What kind of data? And what kind of president cannot have his identity verified. And this little disclosure comes just as Americans are turning off the news to an extent that makes the classic "Friday afternoon data dump" look like publicity-seeking.

By way of the Gateway Pundit, Ed Henry of FoxNews:

We learned today from the White House... initially, they said he signed up for what they called a bronze plan, paying about four hundred dollars a month in premiums. But, then they came back to us and said - Wait, he didn't actually enroll. They said his staff did it and that's because of his unique circumstance [obviously] as Commander in Chief. That his personal information is not in particular government data bases. So healthcare.gov could not actually verify his identity, oddly enough... So his staff did it." [emphasis added]

Here are some simple questions:

Does Obama file his tax returns by way of sending staff to a DC IRS building?

If not, why not?

Doesn't the integrity of Obama's tax returns relate to security risks?

Or, is Obama's information in IRS databases and not other federal agency databases accessed by HHS?

If this is true, precisely what other databases accessed by HHS do not contain Obama's information, and why not if his information is in the IRS database?

Are these other databases less secure than IRS databases, and if so in what ways and why?

Alternatively, has the White House just inadvertently acknowledged that there are grave problems related to Obama's identity, and that it is intellectually and/or morally incapable of distinguishing these problems from "genuine" security issues?

Is Obama himself a "security issue" that for some reason doesn't implicate the IRS, and might this in turn have to do with the "phony" IRS scandal?

Dr. Jason Kissner is associate professor of criminology at California State University, Fresno.  You can reach him at crimprof2010@hotmail.com.


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