by Maggie Thornton @ Maggie's Notebook
As I understand the report, a story surfaced on FreeRepublic this morning Chanisse Foxx says she helped an
Obama staffer DNC consultant, Divorah Adler (Devorah Adler) create a fake birth certificate for use in the FactCheck story about the authenticity of the soon-to-be president's Hawaiian birth certificate. Chanise Foxx put her story on FreeRepublic this morning, and according to another blogger, Citizen Wells, the site crashed and the story disappeared. Is it a ruse? More as details are available. See updates below.
Citizen Wells put the story up on March 6th at 10:13 PM EST and updated today at 10:06 AM EST. At the time of the update, CW said FreeRepublic was still down. This from CitizenWells:
Note that Foxx, if she is real, and as Big Dog said, is still alive, she and her family have had death threats. Citizen Wells has info up about Devorah (Divorah) Adler and quotes Wikipedia: "Devorah Adler is a political consultant and opposition research specialist for the Democratic National Committee.... Read more at Citizen Wells. We'll see where this story goes, and I'll be updating as will the entire conservative blogosphere.
A Devorah R. Adler is shown as a congressional staffer for the years March 2001 through April 2005.
There is a Devorah Adler on Facebook, with current city listed as Washington, D.C. A quick tour through her "friends" shows Joshua DuBois, Obama's "pastor-in-chief" as TIME magazine put it, and several others identifying as members of the DNC and Obama for America.