TOM HESTER SR.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Assemblyman Anthony Bucco (R-Morris) is saying a speech he heard at a Republican-sponsored event in Morristown Tuesday has left him doubting President Obama’s citizenship and he believes that “a higher authority” needs to determine the issue.
Birther advocate Jerome Corsi addressed about 250 Tea Party activists and other Republicans at an event endorsed by the Morris County GOP.
Bucco, who represents Gov. Chris Christie’s hometown of Mendham, told the Huffington Post the speech left him in doubt over whether Obama is a U.S. citizen and the authenticity of the birth certificate the White House released last year. The Assemblyman said the information presented came from Corsi’s new book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?”
“I haven’t really dug down deep, there was some important points raised,” Bucco told the Huffington Post of the birth certificate issue and Corsi’s speech.
During the speech, Corsi said his research shows forgeries in the birth certificate released by Obama and in other records the president released.
This article was posted: Friday, April 6, 2012 at 7:41 am