Honolulu clerk alleging cover-up: 'They have failed quite miserably'
Posted: June 28, 2010
7:55 pm Eastern
By Joe Kovacs
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
The former Honolulu elections official who alleges Barack Obama was "definitely" not born in Hawaii and that no long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate even exists for the president in the Aloha State now says he's the victim of a vicious smear campaign, threatening his position as an instructor at Western Kentucky University.
"There have been attempts by various parties, some bloggers and others to attempt to discredit [my] claims, but none of them has held up to any scrutiny or rebuttal," Tim Adams, the former senior elections clerk in 2008 for the city and county of Honolulu, is now telling WND."My university was deluged with phone calls and e-mails, many of which were either supportive or neutral, but some folks took it upon themselves to actively try and smear or oust me." He also says he's experienced "some minor inconveniences.""My computer, e-mails, financial records and school records have all be subjected to fishing expeditions by various authorities. Strange, I'm still here."
Tim Adams, the former senior elections clerk for Honolulu, says President Obama was "definitely" not born in Hawaii, and a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Obama does not exist in the state.
Adams, 45, a Hillary Clinton supporter who now teaches English while he works on his master's degree, burst onto the national scene in a WND story June 10 in which he asserted Obama was not born in Hawaii as the White House maintains.
"There is no birth certificate," he said. "It's like an open secret. There isn't one. Everyone in the government there knows this."
Adams also believes Obama is a U.S. citizen who is eligible to be
president.Since WND's original
story, Adams has said he's willing
to testify in court about the matter, and he appeared
on an ABC television affiliate to reiterate his claims.
He also says he's been contacted by Fox News about a possible appearance.His direct contradiction of the White House storyline that Obama was born in Hawaii has sparked detractors to attack him personally online and on the air. Adams explains: "I was, among other claims made by these 'concerned citizens,' a Nazi, a skinhead, a racist, and a host of other epithets, yet they could point to nothing in my writing or statements that would give credence to their claims; and trust me, they tried their best to find something. In doing so, they overlooked any and all evidence that might not be useful to their desires – the very thing they love to accuse conservatives of doing constantly. I have never been a part of any racialist group, nor espoused any racist doctrines, not that that matters to them." read the rest of the story>>>>>>>>>>>