Dianna Cotter may not be a household name, but she was at least responsible for a Washington Times 2012 article – pinched from Pravda, no less – alleging that Obama’s birth certificate is forged, based on the astute investigations of Joe Arpaio. As the article notes, in a hilariously incoherent stream-of-consciousness ramble, “[t]he house of cards is about to come tumbling down around Barack Obama’s ears as the momentum of evidence builds. Law enforcement [that would be Arpaio] has found his birth documents to be “highly suspect” as a forgery. His draft card has similarly been found by law enforcement as being “highly suspect” as a forgery. The smoke screen cover created by his birth certificate, hiding Minor v. Happersett [what???] in a shadow of false mockery, has been blown away. Leaving the Supreme Court case alone on the stage, glaringly exposing Barack Obama as an usurper [I don’t … can anyone help me out here?], an unconstitutional President of the United States.” And of course: “The American Press is deliberately hiding the evidence published on the internet [wow] about this defrauding of the American public and the deliberate evisceration of the Constitution of the United States. It is hiding Barack Obama’s Fraud as it has been revealed by a Sheriff in Arizona [Arpaio again].” Oh, whee.
But at least the author’s credentials are impeccable. “Dianna Cotter is a Senior at American Military University, a 4.0 Student, the recipient of the Outstanding Student Essay of 2009, a member of Delta Epsilon Tau and Epsilon Pi Phi Academic Fraternities and on the Dean’s and President’s Lists for academic achievement.” Pravda, on the other hand, is, as a continuation of its long and honorable tradition of free, critical, independent and US-friendly positions, currently known for investigative articles such as “Russian fishermen catch squeaking alien and eat it” and “Aliens forced Americans out from the Moon”.