The Vetting – Exclusive Document Debunks Myth About Obamas Columbia Years

The Vetting – Exclusive Document Debunks Myth About Obamas Columbia Years

So why didn’t they just show this in the beginning?  We knew all about President Bush’s college years and his single, drinking years, and his married years, etc…  Why is this President so secretive about his college years?


Check out this article at Breitbart.com:

The image above–never before released–is from public records at Columbia University that prove that Obama did, in fact, graduate in 1983 from the Ivy League school. Contrary to some conspiracy theories, Obama was a student within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–not the less selective, “nontraditional” Columbia University School of General Studies (which only merged with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 1990).

This never-before-seen document debunks a persistent myth that is unfairly unfavorable to the President.

Some “fact-checking” websites–such as snopes.com andFactCheck.org–have attempted to debunk the “Obama never graduated Columbia” conspiracy theory before. Yet they have relied almost entirely on secondary sources and mainstream media reports, which fail to cite primary sources. And the Obama campaign has not provided details of his admission to, or graduation from, the prestigious Ivy League school.

Crucially, Obama has refused to release his college transcripts from Columbia and Occidental College, which certainly do exist. Other candidates–such as George W. Bush–released their transcripts, though their grades were not necessarily flattering. 

Read the rest at Breitbart.com.

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