An Air Force veteran who was discharged from the service in a dramatically quick move last week after he challenged Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president says he’s back in his home town in Nebraska, but his campaign to reveal the truth about the present occupant of the Oval Office is just beginning.
Daryn Moran was serving as a staff sergeant in the Air Force in Germany when he first became alarmed at Obama’s insistence on installing open homosexuality in the U.S. armed services. Then, as part of his research into that issue, he found out about the many questions that remain unanswered about Obama’s eligibility.
The result when he started asking for evidence?
A quick discharge from the military, a next-day flight home and a new status as a former member of the Air Force, as WND reported.
In a telephone interview today from a residence where he is staying in Omaha, Neb., Moran told WND that he does not want to let the question of Obama’s eligibility drop.
“My personal goal is to see Obama removed before the next elections,” he told WND.