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Bettina Viviano is an Hollywood producer who had an insider's view of Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign and claims she heard Bill Clinton say that Barack Obama is not eligible to be president.
The Clintons were the original "birthers," Viviano told WND in an interview in Los Angeles.
"Everybody who has called this a conspiracy from the Republicans or the tea party, they need to know who started it – the Democrats," she said.
She claimed, however, that Bill Clinton's intention to unequivocally state to the public that Obama was ineligible was stopped in its tracks by the murder of a close friend of the Clintons, Arkansas Democratic Party Chairman Bill Gwatney, just two weeks before the Democratic National Convention
Gwatney was killed Aug. 13, 2008, when a 50-year-old man entered Democratic Party headquarters in Little Rock and shot him three times. Police killed the murderer after a chase, and investigators found no motive.
Viviano said a campaign staffer who was close to Hillary told her Gwatney's murder was a message to Bill Clinton."I was told that it was 'Shut up, Bill, or you're next,'" she said. The campaign adviser, according to Viviano, said that despite the intimidation and threats, Bill Clinton was prepared to speak out about Obama's eligibility"And then," Viviano said, paraphrasing the staffer, "they went in and said, 'OK, it's your daughter, now, we'll go after. '"And then Bill never said anything."
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Bettina Viviano Talks about the begining of the cover up with Obama's forged birth certificate. She also speaks about inside information from Literary Agents Acton & Dystel who promoted a book written by Obama stating he was born in Kenya, where they got their information from.
Rudy Davis in the 2nd hour speaks about Obamas eligibilty.
WND's Dr. Jerry Corsi reports:
A successful Hollywood producer who had an insider’s view of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign claims she heard Bill Clinton say that Barack Obama is not eligible to be president.
Bettina Viviano – who started her own film production company in 1990 after serving as vice president of production for Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment – told WND that it was common knowledge among delegates committed to Hillary that the Clintons believed Obama was constitutionally ineligible and that Bill Clinton would eventually disclose his belief to the public.
The Clintons were the original “birthers,” Viviano told WND in an interview in Los Angeles.
“Bettina Sofia Viviano
Bettina Viviano is the first lady listed on Breaking News Journal's lady producers of Project Red Slipper, but she had a successful career way before she joined us. Her success in entertainment was mainly as a producer and literary manager for twenty-five years at the prestigious William Morris Agency as an agent trainee, before moving on to Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment, where she attained the position of Vice President of Production. At Amblin, Bettina worked on such movies as Back to the Future 2 and 3, Cape Fear, Land Before Time, Schindler’s List, Always, Roger Rabbit, Indiana Jones 3, etc.
After leaving Amblin, Bettina became a literary agent at BBMW, representing writers and directors. In 1990 she began her own production and management company, Viviano Entertainment, Inc which includes Accelerate Entertainment. Since then have sold pitches, scripts books, etc. for millions of dollars on behalf of her clients. As producer, Bettina has made a long list of movies including Three to Tango, Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire, Family Sins, Strange Hearts, Nightmare Man, Alibi, and Caught in the Act.
She currently has many high level studios pictures in development and is producing Freedom House for Reliant Pictures/MGM, starring Terrence Howard, Jack and Jill starring Adam Sandler, and Indie film American Crawl to be directed by Bradley Novicoff which was released in the Fall of 2008.”.
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Father Anthony Viviano
Father Anthony Viviano, the oldest of five children, was born and raised in St. Louis, MO. His mother died of cancer when he was 18 years old. He was educated by the Brothers of Mary at Chiminade High School and graduated from Benedictine College where he excelled in baseball. For several years he ran a very successful produce business in St. Louis before his fascinating journey to the priesthood started at the age of 45. He was ordained a priest in June of 2012 and serves in the diocese of Jefferson City, Missouri. His story is sure to inspire you.
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