Crazy Birther Preacher, James David Manning, pastor of Atlah World Missionary Church is at it again. This time it is not President Obama’s citizenship he is questioning, now he says that he has “incontrovertible evidence” that Miriam Carey, the woman who was shot and killed after going on a rampage in her car near the White House last October was the mother of the President’s love child.
He claims that her family has demanded a paternity test to prove that the President is indeed the father of her 15 month old child. The family has asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to look into the case but nothing has been said about paternity, in fact they are involved in a custody dispute with the child’s actual father.
In his latest rant Manning asserts that Carey’s sister has gathered the requisite number of signatures needed to require that the investigation be opened on her petition hosted by Change.org petition, insinuating that the petition carries some kind of legal weight. Change.org is a private sector business which hosts petitions for a fee and has absolutely no legal standing at all. Even if it did it is highly unlikely that 586 signatures would be sufficient to require action.
He claims that it was not the Capitol Police who shot her and that it was actually an elite “hit squad” operating under direct orders from the President. His source for this is a “news service” known as What Does It Mean? This website has a number of stories reminiscent of the National Enquirer with headlines such as “Evidence That 5 Million Americans Have Been ‘Disappeared’ By Obama Shocks Russians.”
It is hard not to smile when Manning says, “This is just very, very bizarre, and my friends that’s how it always is with Obama. They will not ask questions, if the question, if the answer leads to Obama.” Coming from a man whose every claim about the President is extremely bizarre, it seems the pinnacle of irony, an irony which is lost on this seriously deluded soul.
You will likely be amused by his ramblings in the video below.
h/t: Raw Story
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