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Top anti-'birther' confirmed to be ex-Fannie Mae chief - If there is nothing to the eligibility issue why are they fighting so hard to keep it quiet?


 Top anti-'birther' confirmed to be ex-Fannie Mae chief - If there is nothing to the eligibility issue why are they fighting so hard to keep it quiet?

NEW YORK – A top Democrat, apparently operating with the full approval and cooperation of the president, has been directing a team of up to 100 who are paid to publish disinformation on a wide variety of websites to discredit "birthers," according to anti-Obama researchers. The radical supporters of the president, known as Obama robots, or "OBOTs" for short, have confirmed their White House-appointed ring leader is Democratic Party operative James A. Johnson, the former chairman of Fannie Mae

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Top anti-'birther' confirmed to be ex-Fannie Mae chief

'There isn't much point to denial,' source says of White House-linked James A. Johnson

This is the fourth in a series of continuing articles aimed at exposing the "OBOTs" – radical supporters of Barack Obama dedicated to disrupting people who question Obama's eligibility to be president.
The first article exposed former California lawyer William L. Bryan, aka "P.J. Foggy." The second article exposed Foggy's sidekick, Kurt Coleman, aka "Rikker." The third article exposed James A. Johnson, former head of Fannie Mae, as "JimBot," the White House contact and organizer of the "Fogbow" OBOTs posting on Bryan's website Fogbow.com.
A radical Obama supporter who organizes an "Obama-Robot" website has admitted in online posts that WND correctly identified former chairman of Fannie Mae chairman James A. Johnson as the group's White House-associated ring-leader. William L. Bryan, who posts under the username "P.J. Foggy," is the organizer of Fogbow.com, a self described "OBOT," or "Obama-Robot" website. On his weekly "Reality Check Radio" broadcast July 21, Bryan began the show by acknowledging the veracity of the WND report.
"As far as I know [WND] got the boss," he said. "There just isn't much point to denial."



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