Gallup on Xerox

Oh boy we are irrelevant🙂

They have no facts, they have not truths…

Criminal investigation… By a volunteer group. I am not kidding you.

And yet it would be so simple to rebut but Gallup lacks the goods... They are so funny… Note what he did not say: NBC is wrong….

“We are right we have been vindicated…” Poor Gallup

Anytime soon now… The Xerox machine is of no concern… So they are dropping their PDF forgery claim but maintain the rest?
I’d really hoped that they would lay to rest the Xerox issue, one way or another… They would have if they had the goods, or so I conclude. After all, the Xerox workflow interferes with their credibility. Around 32 minutes, then a call, and then some more…

Gallups: You were asking about the Xerox machine. Here’s the thing. The Obamabots are DYING for me or Zullo to talk about what we know about that. They think they’ve found the goose that laid the golden egg and they’re dying to know what we know about it! Well, Zullo and I, we are NOT going to expose…this is a part of a criminal investigation and when it comes before Congress then Congress will know everything, but I can tell you IT IS OF NO CONCERN! And you’ve got to ask yourself, why would these guys five years into this all of a sudden say “oh we’ve got a particular machine that can do these things”? I mean, just think about what they’re doing and the timing of what they’re doing.

HT: SeizetheCarp

You may ask yourself, why is Gallup not addressing the findings…

15 thoughts on “Gallup on Xerox

  1. Listening to Gallups’ final… I guess it should be called a rant… was actually kind of fun. He grew very, very agitated. He spoke louder, faster, voice moved into a higher register. You could almost feel the spittle fly through the PC speaker.

  2. Yep… and the 71 page affidavit or whatever which, other than the PDF forgery claims, contains no relevant ‘evidence’, just pure speculation.

    As to Hayes, I doubt that he has much relevance to add.

  3. “You’ve got to ask yourself, why would these guys five years into this all of a sudden say “oh we’ve got a particular machine that can do these things”? I mean, just think about what they’re doing and the timing of what they’re doing.”

    Good question. You mean its taken Obots 3 years to figure out that the Xerox Machine is key behind the whole thing.

  4. “You mean its taken Obots 3 years to figure out that the Xerox Machine is key behind the whole thing.”

    And birthers still haven’t figured it out.

    Did you watch the video by Pappit, the CCP expert? He couldn’t get the Xerox to even email the PDF. Doesn’t that remind you of the time Mara Zebest, another CCP expert, couldn’t figure out how to open her own PowerPoint presentation?

  5. Good question. You mean its taken Obots 3 years to figure out that the Xerox Machine is key behind the whole thing.

    That’s ironic because it would have take the CCP many more years if it had not been for us…
    What took them so long?

  6. Good question. You mean its taken Obots 3 years to figure out that the Xerox Machine is key behind the whole thing.

    Just a tad over two. And I was able to determine that it was a Xerox WorkCentre (then-unknown model) within two weeks of when I actually started looking. I had basically ignored birtherism for several years and only while I was waiting for the Supreme Court to issue its rulings on the marriage equality cases did I begin doing anything in depth, and it took a little bit of time just to catch up to speed on all the issues. Once I hit on the idea of looking for patents that incorporated the MRC anomolies, everything fell into place quite rapidly, with NBC doing most of the heavy lifting after it was identified as scanner-based firmware, rather than computer-based software. But I needed a lot of the preliminary work done before that was really possible.

  7. Fred Muggs
    That’s one of the classic moments in birther history. IIRC, she never did figure it out, Corsi had to go up and do it for her.

  8. @ John

    First, why would the “obots” have looked at all? President Obama had already released a perfectly valid birth certificate in 2008. The Hawaii Department of Health had confirmed they had issued it. Then after Donald Trump started birthing the White House obtained a certified copy of the long form and released that. The fact that a bunch of imbeciles went into denial was really not relevant.

    Out of curiosity a few people decided to look into the so called anomalies that some fake “experts” like Mara Zebest and Garrett Papit had blogged about. It had been clear from almost the first day since it was released that the PDF file was highly compressed and it was extremely likely that the so called anomalies could be explained by that compression work flow. There are literally thousands off machines and process to produce a PDF file from a paper document. Had the White House PDF not been processed in Preview it would have been much easier to find the Xerox link.

    So your statement is complete nonsense John. The only thing I can say though is you are consistent.

  9. I decided to do a thorough analysis of the PDF all the way down to its object structure and the contents of its objects to figure out what information could be extracted from the file. I noticed a few helpful details and once I was able to focus on Xerox machines, it did not take too long to find a match. It has been about 2 months from that moment, where I have carefully worked out the workflow and provided the supporting evidence to show how I can explain close to a dozen artifacts that were once seen as evidence of a forgery, because they could not find software that exactly matched these features.

    I realized soon enough that doing thousands of experiments using all kind of software/hardware combinations was going to be a needle in a haystack. When xerox popped up again, the search space was significantly reduced.

  10. That’s one of the classic moments in birther history. IIRC, she never did figure it out, Corsi had to go up and do it for her.

    Really?… Funny…

  11. “Really?… ”

    Beginning at the 12:55 mark. She couldn’t find the PDF or open it in Illustrator.

  12. historiandude said

    Gallups entire response: “It is of no concern.”😉

    If it were of no concern why did he say it at least five times and with more emphasis each time? He sounded concerned to me.

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