Sarah Palin on Obama’s Birth Certificate: Obviously There’s Something There… “He Seems to Be Going to Great Lengths to Make Sure It Isn’t Shown” (Video)

Sarah Palin was interviewed tonight on Fox News’ Justice with Judge Jeanine, and was asked to weigh in on Donald Trump’s Obama birth certificate investigation.
Mediaite reported:

Sarah Palin on Donald Trump’s birth certificate investigation:

“You know, more power to him. He’s not just throwing stones from the sidelines. He’s digging in there. He’s paying for researchers to know why President Obama would have spent two million dollars to NOT show his birth certificate. So more power to him…

…well you know I think he was born in Hawaii because there was the birth announcement put in the newspaper. But, obviously if there’s something there that the president doesn’t want people to see on that birth certificate. Then he seems to go to great lengths to make sure it isn’t shown.”


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