Honolulu HI - A newly released home movie provided by President Obama may be the key to providing definitive proof that the President actually was born in the Hawaii. The movie, shot in the grainy 8mm film format popular in 1961, shows an expectant mother and the birth of her child. In the movie two nurses and a doctor can be seen attending to a young mother as she gives birth in a hospital.
As the child is born an obviously surprised doctor can clearly be heard to mutter, "Wait a minute, this here child is a Negro," followed quickly by one of the nurses saying, "A white woman giving birth to a Negro baby, what's the world coming to."
After several minutes a nurse can be seen wrapping the newborn in a small blanket and the doctor continues, "Look at this poor child, he's neither white nor Negro, he probably won't be accepted in either world. After the birth announcement in the paper this will probably be the last time anyone ever hears of this poor thing."
The person holding the camera and shooting the film is a mystery and not identified. However, on the small Kodak cardboard box which held the film were written in faded blue ink the words "Barak Obama, August 4, 1961."
After its discovery the firm was forwarded to the University of Hawaii for authentication. Professor John Helton of the American History department, who spent several weeks studying the film, released a statement which said simply, "Yes, this film is obviously real and representative of that period. All this open prejudice, as we have seen here as spoken by the doctor and the nurse, could only happen in America."
After the release of the film Presidential hopeful Donald Trump claimed he was responsible for its disclosure along with the Presidents release of his long birth certificate. "I'm giddy as hell," said Trump, "why, if it wasn't for me none of this would have happened. Me, I forced him do it. Besides, all this proves is that Obama is a natural born citizen, it still doesn't disprove that he's a Muslim.
Glenn Beck, from his offices in New York, released a statement saying the home movie was an "obvious blatant self-serving fake" and demanding an immediate House investigation to debunk the "fictitious conspiratorial film."