Jerome Corsi drops this purported bombshell in a Jan. 24 WorldNetDaily article:
Former Hawaii elections clerk Tim Adams has signed an affidavit swearing he was told by his supervisors in Hawaii that no long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Barack Obama Jr. in Hawaii and that neither Queens Medical Center nor Kapi'olani Medical Center in Honolulu had any record of Obama having been born in their medical facilities.
This is meaningless because at not point in the two-page affidavit does Adams relate any firsthand knowledge regarding Obama's birth certificate; he's only referencing what he was told by unnamed "senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu Elections Division."
Corsi finds it significant that one Adams statement is that "I was told by senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu Elections Division to stop inquiring about Senator Obama's Hawaii birth records, even though it was common knowledge among my fellow employees that no Hawaii long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Senator Obama." Adams also told Corsi, "We called the two hospitals in Honolulu: Queens and Kapi'olani. ... Neither of them have any records that Barack Obama was born there."
Unmentioned by Corsi or Adams is that it was presumably beyond the scope of his job as a "senior elections clerk" for four months in 2008 to be searching for Obama's birth certificate, since Obama was not a registered voter in Hawaii in 2008 (he cast his ballot in Illinois).
Corsi quoted Adams' supervisor, Glen Takahashi, as proof that Adams "was indeed working in their elections offices during the last presidential election," which nobody disputes. What is at issue -- and what Corsi doesn't acknowledge -- is that there are questions about what exactly Adams did. Corsi portrayed him as "overseeing a group of 50 to 60 employees responsible for verifying the identity of voters at the Absentee Ballot Office," but Takahashi told Dave Weigel that Adams was actually working in a a low-level data entry position.
Needless to say, Corsi stays far away from the fact that Adams first made his claim about Obama's birth certificate to a self-proclaimed "pro-white" radio host while he was broadcasting from the convention of the white-supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens. WND has never explained that one away.