birther


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birth·er

 (bûr′thər)
n.
A person who denies that Barack Obama was born in the United States and asserts that he therefore became president in violation of the requirements of the US Constitution.

birther

n
a person who believes that Barack Obama, US President from 2009, was not born in the USA and is therefore not eligible to be President
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"I think a lot of the birther people are racist," Mr.
9) When you have become truly certain that God (the Cosmic Birther) and you are one.
He spent years trying to prove Obama was ineligible to become president and even pledged to donate $5 million to charity if Obama released his passport record as the leader of the so-called birther movement.
And Maher lampooned Trump's "birther" stance in January by telling Tonight Show host Jay Leno he'd give $5million to a cause Trump chose if he published his birth certificate to prove he wasn't fathered by an ape.
"Birther" talk threatened to overshadow Rick Perry's attempted campaign reboot on Tuesday.
The President has been targeted by "birther" campaigners who claimed he was born in the father's native Kenya or Indonesia - making him ineligible to be leader.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio resurrected the birther controversy Thursday, presenting what he said was evidence President Barack Obama's birth certificate was forged.
In the original Aramaic, the Lord's Prayer, which was the only prayer Jesus taught, reads: O Cosmic Birther of all radiance and vibration.
The Conservative Majority Fund, the group known primarily for its birther conspiracy spreading, has launched a robocall campaign to gain support for Obama's impeachment.
And Harry Accornero, one of the leaders of the birther caucus, is Target Numero Dos.
In an interview with Piers Morgan that aired tonight on CNN, Donald Trump said the so-called birther issue is "positive" for Gov.
He said he had watched, puzzled and bemused, as the birther conspiracy had developed.