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Dobbs Defends Birther Advocacy: "Seems To Me Still A Perfectly Commonsense Question"

The former CNN anchor may be singing a new tune on immigration, but he's sticking to his guns when it comes his demand for evidence of President Obama's birthplace.
 
 
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Former CNN anchor Lou Dobbs may be singing a new tune on immigration, however, he's sticking to his guns when it comes to defending his demand for evidence of President Obama's birthplace. In a recent interview with Esquire magazine, Dobbs lashed out against the "extreme Left" for attacking what he continues to view as a perfectly reasonable request:

I ask a question, and I am attacked from the extreme Left as a quote-unquote birther. I mean, what the hell is that? When you can create a controversy by asking what seems to me still a perfectly commonsense question? It has been used in the extreme Left to create a toxicity that is just unbelievable.

This past summer, Dobbs didn't just question President Obama's citizenship and promoted the bizarre right-wing "birther" theory, he also insinuated that Obama might be an undocumented immigrant. Many have speculated that Dobbs left CNN in part because his support of the "birther" movement incited conflict between himself and CNN's leadership.

 
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