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  • bdannye bdannye May 8, 2013 8:41 AM Flag

    WHO is running this country?

     

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    May 7, 2013 by George Spelvin 23 Comments

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    The social security number (042-68-4425) bearing the name “Barack Obama” has failed the United States’ Social Security Number verification check. “I was outraged; nobody vetted this man,” said Seattle housewife Linda Jordon, who filed a self-check investigation listing herself as Obama’s employer (as a U.S. taxpayer). Jordon exposed the absurdity of a man who has access to the code for America’s nuclear football but couldn’t get clearance to pick tomatoes because his social security number has been flagged and kicked back! For her diligent efforts as a concerned American citizen, Jordon is being slammed with over $13,000 in fees and court costs because a judge deemed her investigation of the anomalies surrounding Obama’s social security number “frivolous.” ”I’m a mom, wife, homemaker,” says Jordon, who compared the 1 1/2 year vetting process her son had to go through to become a deputy sheriff with the lack of investigation into Obama’s history and documents. “Something is very wrong here.”


    Three red boxes surrounded the SSN number claimed by Obama. One red box states: “The SSA record does not verify, other reason, SSA found a discrepancy in the record.” A second red box says: “Obama, Barack H. 08/17/2011-Date of Mismatch.” The third red flag says, “042-68-4425, Employee’s SSN, Case Verification # 2011229111431GY.” The form letter sent to Obama, flagging his number, is posted online along with the mismatch information.

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