By George Spelvin, staff writer
President Obama’s Social Security numbers do not verify he even is a U.S. Citizen. A mismatch, two differing numbers at least, an imagined flight by a 15 year old from Hawaii to Connecticut to apply in person, and other anomalies are causing confusion yet again over the true identity of the man sitting in America’s Oval Office! A Notice of Mismatch on a Social Security Administration (SSA) Records form displays an incongruent match which was somehow sent to the President on 08/17/11. This mismatch refers to ss# 042-68-4425. The case verification number is 2011229111431GY. (1) The form contains a chilling warning: “SSA unable to confirm U.S. Citizenship. Cannot confirm that the employee is eligible to work because the SSA records DO NOT SHOW THAT THE SSN HOLDER is a U.S. CITIZEN!” (2) (emphasis added)
While this may be old news to many, these extraordinary details are surfacing yet again because the left-wing, fact finder web site Snopes is attempting to discredit the work of Private Investigators Susan Daniels and Neil Sankey. Of course, countless Americans who have spent thousands of hours researching the lies of Barack Obama wonder in frustration why our mainstream media are not investigating the corruption of this administration.
Snopes is saying that the Jean Paul Ludwig CT ss#, 042-68-4425 does not belong to BHO. The site seeks to discount the Daniels-Sankey research, but these two Investigators readily admit the Ludwig number is, in fact, a mismatch. “He is using someone else’s social security number!” they state. So just whose social security number does the President carry? Did he apply in person at age 15 for his own personal number? Did someone in CT get him that number? If the Ludwig number is not being used, which one is? An old web rumor suggested that a family member charged with rearing the young teen used protected access to somehow fill in the blanks via cyberspace from Hawaii to SSA offices in CT. The pesky detail of hand written forms back in the day are, however, bothersome.
The Social Security Administration rule that if you are over age 12, you must apply for a SS# IN PERSON is leaving private investigators perplexed as they ask, “Is there a single rational person in this country who believes a fifteen year old flew from HI to CT to get a social security number when he could have gotten his there?” (2) Obama nativity seekers agree with Snopes, Daniels and Sankey that the Ludwig CT number is a mismatch.
Controversy is again erupting over where, when and how President Obama obtained a number ending in 4425, dated March’77. Daniels rightly states, “Social Security numbers WERE NEVER RANDOMLY ASSIGNED before.” She does, however, take note of the fact that later in March, 2015, this federal agency “is going to start issuing the cards randomly.” More governance by confusion, perhaps.
The PIs point out a significant change in language on the SSA website, which now states that “a person does not have to live in the state for which the number has been set aside.” Daniels says this change “was never written there before Obama’s fraudulent use of his number was challenged.” Daniels quickly admits that the Ludwig ss#, long believed to have been associated with BHO, was not the one he used. Neil Sankey says he agrees and supports “what Susan says.” (3)
Up on birthreport.com is this Notice of Mismatch.
Consider again the fact that the Social Security Administration is “…unable to confirm U.S. Citizenship…cannot confirm that (BHO) is eligible to work because the SSA records do not show that the SSN holder is a U.S. Citizen.” Is Barack Obama’s personal history of fraudulently obtained citizenship driving his political decisions as they concern the Executive Order on immigration?
Daniels goes on to point out that all Social Security numbers around the March ’77 date and their number sequencing would have been done in long hand. “Now that we have seen the phony ‘birth certificate,’ let’s see that phony SS-5.” (4) Sankey, a former UK investigator with impeccable credentials, says he gave Dr. Orly Taitz his findings for the Taitz legal challenges. “They (the ss #s) are not verified, or presented as being accurate…it should, MUST, be properly investigated by the proper Authorities.” he concludes. (Lots of luck with that) One researcher found 27 different names in 22 states with 21 different social security numbers upon lengthy study of the Sankey data base.
SOURCE: all references are from http://www.birtherreport.com/2014/11/private-investigators-respond-to-sno. . .