This is an unknown media person and may say or capture something that Obama’s henchmen deem dangerous for the PUBLIC to know, because the President is soooooo important.
POTUS is replaceable like anyone else. He is a man and not a king. He has no birthright to it.
He has no birthright to be an American Citizen let alone be President. Natural born? Yeah – he may have been born naturally, but not in the US. He wasn’t even brought up here. He has no allegiance to the US of America. He is an African and I’m not talking about his place of birth but the place of his HEARTH.
Anywhere you turn in his book,
he pays homage to Africa, ” Yes, I’d seen weakness in other men — Gramps and his disappointments, Lolo and his compromise. But these men had become object lessons for me, men I might love but never emulate, white men and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. It was into my father’s image, the black man, son of Africa, that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcom, DuBois and Mandela. And if later I saw that the black men I knew —- Frank or Ray or Will or Rafiq — fell short of such lofty standards; if I had learned to respect these men for the struggles they went through, recognizing them as my own — my father’s voice had nevertheless remained untainted, inspiring, rebuking, granting or withholding approval. You do not work hard eough, Barry. You must help in your people’s struggle. Wake up, black man!”
Are those the words of a Thomas Jefferson? Are they even the words of a Franklin D. Roosevelt? What KIND of Words are those? What kind of HEART can those words be birthed from?
As, the POTUS takes R and R in Hawaii and the American people pay his way, his henchmen make sure that the image is securely protected from reality. The illusion has to be contained and directed ONLY through the lens of the creator. WHO is the creator? Who is behind the lens? Who is the magician? Who is OZ?
TV Crew Covering President Claims Mistreatment
Producer Injured When Police Officer Grabs Camera
HONOLULU — A public access television crew complained of police mistreatment Thursday, after trying to get a picture of President Barack Obama.
Just after dawn Wednesday, the three-woman crew for a Big Island public access program called “We Are Change Hawaii” drove up to the barricade near the president’s vacation home in Kailua.
Host R.J. Hampton was told they couldn’t stay, so she spoke into the video camera as she returned to the car.
“OK, you know it Obama we’re OK with you, you OK with us,” Hampton said on the tape, provided to KITV. “We just wanted to get a glimpse of you but we’re moving on because this is a private street and we don’t want to make anybody nervous. Aloha!” She waved to the Secret Service agents at the barricade as she climbed back into the car.
The crew was video-taping vehicle searches along the potential motorcade route as they left the neighborhood. They noticed a van behind them.
At this point, journalist Sherri Kane looked into the camera and said, “Behind us we have the Secret Service following us now so this is kind of exciting.”
Exciting turned to scary after they pulled into a gas station. On their video, a police officer approached the car and said, “Stay in the car. Put that camera off of me.”
Producer Sativa Jones can be heard saying “OK.”
The women said police vehicles and up to five officers surrounded the car, demanded IDs and registration without explanation. Then without warning an officer reached into the car and grabbed Jones’ camera.
“He grabbed it out of my hand and then he slammed it on top of the car,” Jones said. She said the camera was damaged – the automatic lens cover no longer worked.
Jones’ fingers were gashed by the sharp edge on the camera mount. She said the officer appeared shaken by what he’d done and courteously showed her how to complain, writing his name and badge number on a card with contact information for the Honolulu Police Commission.
Kane said other officers on the scene would not let them make a criminal complaint against the officer who grabbed the camera.
“What went down was something that should not happen here in the United States of America,” Kane said. “You have all of these police officers that could be looking at legitimate or people who are really trying to harm the president. Instead, you have so many of them on us.”
Police would not comment on the specific incident but a spokesman said in protecting the President suspicious vehicles are taken very seriously.
Asked if it was legal for police officers to stop someone from videotaping an officer in a public place, the department said citizens are allowed to video in public places.
The Secret Service Office in Honolulu did not respond to telephone and e-mail requests for comment.
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