A copy of it was shown to reporters at the White House, and Savannah Guthrie photographed it with the raised seal. The certified copy was digitally scanned and displayed for the entire world to see, and the Department of Health verified all of the information on the image presented by the White House. The totality of evidence is well beyond reasonable doubt.<quoted text>
If there had been an original on file, we would have seen a copy of it. All we saw was a fraudulent, computer-generated document, which proved absolutely nothing. And, you lap it right up! LMAO!!! No one ever explained to you how the cow ate the cabbage, did they?
Meanwhile the birfoon doubts the authenticity based on a fable that lacks motive and is full of more holes than a ton of Havarti cheese. That's called unreasonable doubt, and it suits the irrational birfoon perfectly.
Dr. Fukino in her official capacity as Director publicly stated on several occasions that they had the original vial record on file. Dr. Onaka provided the Secretary of State of Arizona with a certified document verifying place of birth as Honolulu, Hawaii, including confirmation that the delivering physician was Dr. David A. Sinclair at Kapiolani Hospital. Dr. Fuddy also did not simply "say so": she was acting in her official capacity as Director.
A certified statement of the birth facts is stronger evidence that a certified birth certificate because the facts were directly and personally verified by the agency.
Now what evidence does the birfoon have to doubt publicly displayed birth certificates and official confirmations by the Department of Health including Drs. Fuddy, Onaka, and Fukino, not to mention the birth announcements that appeared in the newspapers based on information provided to them by DoH in 1961?
The birfoon has no evidence or rational reason to base his conspiracy theory on, but his irrational suspicion is the basis for demanding proof beyond that required by the rational mind.
The totality of evidence that the President was born in Hawaii satisfies every standard of proof, preponderance of evidence, clear and convincing, and beyond reasonable doubt. However, in the birfoon mind, that is not sufficient proof.
It is not only proof that the President was born in Hawaii, but proof that the birfoon is not working with a full deck.