Of course! Either they all believe in magic or they’re all delusional. There is simply no other explanation. Oh, there may be one. Ann was psychic.<quoted text>
You ignored the entire question... doesn't bode well for your theory.
What advantage does Ann give her son by smuggling him into the country to ensure he was "naturally born"?
He was already a citizen by U.S. law because his mother was born and raised in Kansas.
Being "naturally born" ONLY GRANTS the ability to run for President.
Your theory seems to depend entirely on the foreknowledge that he would be in a presidential election.
You are right on the cusp of "magic".
You can't just make accusations up then feel your target must defend themselves against your ideas.
That is called Napoleonic Justice... and it died out, well... with Napoleon.
To sum up...
I will GRANT you Kenya... fine.
He was STILL an American citizen.
Why the complex rouse to make it appear he was born in Hawaii?
Why report the birth announcement to multiple Hawaiian newspapers?
The only conclusion you may logically make is that Ann KNEW her son would become president.
Precognition is magic.
So...do you believe in magic?
Maybe this will help GB out. LOL
“Most striking, though, is how much confidence and faith she had in her son from very early in his life.“She would boast about his brains, his achievements, how brave and bold he was,” Ms. Scott reports. MORE THAN ONE FRIEND REMEMBERED HER SAYING THAT SHE THOUGHT HE COULD EVEN BE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Yet for him to make a major mark on the world, Ms. Dunham knew he would need the educational opportunities of both life in another culture and the best prep school in Hawaii”