Fox News anchor Heather Childers, who co-hosts Fox & Friends First and America’s News Headquarters, wants to know whether her Twitter followers think President Barack Obama threatened to kill Chelsea Clinton in order to cover up his illegitimate birth certificate…

Heather Childers conspiracy theory tweet

Heather Childers conspiracy theory tweet

The post claims that Obama’s 2008 campaign threatened people to keep the candidate’s birth records a secret, and suggests that Obama associates were involved in the murder of Arkansas Democratic Party chair Bill Gwatney, and told President Bill Clinton “that his daughter Chelsea would be next if he opened his mouth.”

“From that point on, the Clinton’s [sic] remained silent about Obama’s birth certificate or lack thereof,” the post said.


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One Response to “FOX Anchor Tweets Birther Post Suggesting Obama Threatened To Kill Chelsea Clinton”

  1. Howard1912 says:

    How absurd! You mean the CIA, FBI, and other letters of the government’s alphabet knew about this and did nothing? Come on! President Clinton had more clout than a Senator from Chicago. This tweet is absolutely FAUX FOX/ not news. FOX should fire this person for making outlandish lies – it is called slander, and for a news organization that had re-surfaced their old slogan, “Fair and Balanced” is not either fair nor balanced at all. Since the GOP can’t seem to find their voices regarding getting jobs, improving our economy they are stooping this low to tolerate the tea party – is in itself demeaning to their own people who still think the GOP has to offer.

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