A questionable social security card

By Randy Rose

Susan Daniels (70), a private investigator from Ohio, has a very extensive background vetting Social Security numbers for thousands of clients. Monday, July 2, she filed suit in Geauga County (Ohio) Common Pleas Court demanding that Jon Husted, Ohio Secretary of State, remove Obama’s name from the ballot until Obama can prove the validity of his Social Security Number. In her filing, she thoroughly documents her contention “that Barack Obama has repeatedly, consistently, and with intent misrepresented himself by using a fraudulently obtained Social Security Number.” Daniels started her investigation in August of 2009. She checked all the records she could without a court order. She discovered that the prefix 042 is a Connecticut Social Security card issued between 1977-1979. Obama’s number was issued in March 1977. There are three birth dates on file. One is 1890 and the other two are 8/4/61 and 4/8/61. Obama was living in Hawaii at age 15 when the card was issued in March 1977. There is a requirement to appear face to face when first issued, but Obama was in Hawaii. Ms. Daniels also discovered that Obama used this number to get a Massachusetts drivers license and also used it on his Income Tax forms. The ample evidence Daniels gathered led her to believe that the 042 number Obama has been using “had previously been issued to another person,” one who lived in Connecticut between 1977 and 1979 and who was born in 1890. This assertion can be verified. By law, the Social Security Administration will have kept on microfilm a copy of the original SS-5 application attached to a particular Social Security Number. Daniels, however, does not have access to that microfilm. For this reason, Daniels has filed suit. “Defendant Husted, through this filing,” she argues, “has been made aware that the Democratic Candidate has been using a fraudulent Social Security Number, which would render Barack Obama ineligible under both the Ohio and U.S. Constitutions.” Daniels asks the court, among other things, to issue an injunction against Obama’s name appearing on ballot until it is determined that he is using a proper Social Security Number.

27 Responses to "A questionable social security card"

  1. Inigo Montoya   July 7, 2012 at 7:48 pm

    There are so many errors of fact in this article as to render it laughable.
    Fact: in 1977 there was no requirement for a face-to-face interview for issuance of a Social Security number.
    Fact: SSN’s were not issued based on the address of the person but on the location of the office where the application was filed.

    Therefore, any relative could have applied for an SSN for Mr Obama in Connecticut, as long as they presented proper id (i.e., a …wait for it… birth certificate!)

    • Chuck Dewey   July 8, 2012 at 1:31 am

      You are partially correct. In 1977 you did not have to appear in person to get a social security card, you could mail in the application. But….when you applied for your SS card you applied to a branch office in the state you lived in at the time of filing. There would be no reason to live in Hawaii and apply for your SS number in Connecticut.

  2. tom murphy   July 7, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    The Donald should take this up as his cause celeb. This has as much to do with race as The Hambiltonian

  3. Shadow Warrior   July 7, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    Have we not learned yet that the courts are so corrupt that they will never rule against Oliar?

  4. JoeEnglish   July 7, 2012 at 4:30 pm

    Just another lesson in futility. Odumbell will walk away as a free man and he will stick it to everyone he can because of his hatred of everything white.


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