By Douglas J. Hagmann
Allen K. Hulton is not a household name, nor is it his desire to have it become one. He is a man with a simple story, an account of incidents that took place over a period of several years while delivering mail in a Chicago suburb. He spent about 30 years delivering mail, years that would have been contiguous had he not served in the military during the Vietnam era.
His career as a civil servant is unblemished, as is his service to our country. At 69, he is articulate but unwilling to embellish information beyond what he knows to be true. His careful attention to detail and his desire to tell only what he can clearly recall without conjecture is a refreshing change of pace for me, after conducting countless interviews as a career investigator for nearly as long as Mr. Hulton carried the mail.
Working as a field investigator for nearly three decades has taught me who to ask when in need of reliable information about people of interest living in a particular area. Near the top of the list of sources is the mail carrier, as long as the carrier has been working a specific, established route for an extended period. Mr. Hulton is exactly that source. Speaking from my own field experience, people would be surprised to know just how much mail carriers know about the residents on their route, but that is a topic for another time.
On Friday, 25 May 20112, I interviewed Allen Hulton about his chance encounter with Barack Hussein Obama well before he emerged on the political scene. I also interviewed him about his encounters with Thomas and Mary Ayers, the parents of domestic terrorists of the Weather Underground William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.
Including the two-hour on-air interview on The Hagmann Report, I spoke with Mr. Hulton for just over three hours and spent an additional two hours verifying his bona fides. It’s ironic and telling that I know more about Mr. Hulton than America knows about Barack Hussein Obama.
The well-known Weather Underground domestic terrorist Bill Ayers is the son of Thomas and Mary Ayers. Tom and Mary resided in an upscale Chicago suburb of Glenn Ellyn, Illinois, at the time, Mr. Hulton was their mail carrier. Mr. Hulton delivered mail on this particular route for about 11 years, between 1986 and 1997.
Although he never saw or met William Ayers, Mr. Hulton recalls numerous conversations with Mary Ayers, and one conversation with her husband. The latter conversation seems to be burned into his memory. The now-deceased Thomas Ayers was the president of Commonwealth Edison, retiring in 1980. At the time of their encounter, Thomas Ayers was not shy about promoting his anti-government, obvious pro-Marxist views to a government employee. It is not difficult to imagine why such a conversation would be memorable, especially as the affable Mr. Hulton stood attired in a government uniform.
Thomas Ayers spoke to Mr. Hulton, using words like peasants and the proletariat. It certainly was not your usual sidewalk conversation. Mary Ayers, on the other hand, was pleasant and not prone to discuss such topics, at least not under such circumstances. There appeared to be more to the Ayers household than the finely trimmed lawn of this suburban home would otherwise indicate.
During Mr. Hulton’s servicing of the Glenn Ellyn zip code of 60137, he met Bernadine Dohrn at the Ayers’ household when delivering letters that required her signature. According to Mr. Hulton, Bernardine Dohrn stayed with the Ayers family for an undetermined period. Mr. Hulton had little conversation with Dohrn, stating that she did not seem to be much of a “people person.”
“I am absolutely positive that it was Barack Obama.”
This is the point that completely changes the official narrative of the living legend of the man known as Barack Hussein Obama II, or Barry Soetoro, whichever might be his actual legal name. It is so important that on 12 November 2011, Mr. Hulton signed and executed a three-page affidavit detailing his encounters with the Ayers family, Bernardine Dohrn, and a man he is absolutely certain to be Barack Hussein Obama II.
In the early 1990s and consistent with numerous exchanges of pleasantries and dialogue with Mary Ayers, she conveyed to Mr. Hulton her excitement about a “black, foreign student” who had an “unusual, foreign-sounding name.” According to the signed affidavit, Mary Ayers told Mr. Hulton that her husband was providing financial assistance to this student. She was obviously proud of the assistance they provided to this man.
At some point subsequent to that conversation and during the course of his normal mail delivery to the Ayers household, Mr. Hulton met this “black, foreign student with an unusual sounding name” outside of the Ayers’ home. He provided a physical description that matched exactly that of Barack Hussein Obama, later stating that “I am absolutely positive that [the man I met] was Barack Obama.”
During this encounter, Obama told Mr. Hulton that he took the train from Chicago to stop by the Ayers’ home to personally thank them for all the help they provided him with his schooling. Two things Mr. Hulton said that struck him about this man. First, he was described by Mary as a “foreign” student, yet he had no foreign accent whatsoever and spoke perfect English, which was not what Mr. Hulton expected.
The second part of this encounter is perhaps the most unusual and unsettling. It was during this conversation that Barack Hussein Obama, long before he entered the political arena and over a decade before emerging on the national scene as a presidential candidate, looked Mr. Hulton in the eyes and stated with the assuredness of someone who was just hired at a normal job, “I am going to be President of the United States.” According to Mr. Hulton, there was no question or hesitation in his voice, or doubt in his statement. Mr. Hulton admitted to be taken aback by his statement and the manner in which it was conveyed.
During my interviews with Mr. Hulton, it became clear to me that he believes that the statement made by Obama was quite different than the fanciful aspirations of a young man hoping to be President. It appeared to be a foregone conclusion, and all that was left to do was to make the appropriate arrangements. Given the meteoric rise of Obama and all of the false narratives and unanswered questions, it would be foolish to discount such a possibility.
The American people have been fed a false narrative of the life and times of Barack Hussein Obama. With the complicity of the major media and entrenched political leaders, the majority of people have accepted it without question. The denials of Barack Hussein Obama about his relationship with domestic terrorists ring false in the face of the mounting evidence against him. To understand the true agenda of Obama, it is important to identify his associates, including those who have helped him along the way.
This account, however, is not without its detractors who follow the step-by-step Saul Alinsky instruction manual on denying potential evidence by mocking the messenger. When this account was first made public, Media Matters for America, a Progressive website dedicated to perpetuating the legend of the least transparent President in the history of our Republic, rolled out still-green- behind-the-ears Ben Dimiero. Apparently, Dimiero’s ability to investigate false allegations about all things related to Obama rests on his 2006 BS degree in English, not from years of investigative training and experience.
In an article published there last month, Dimiero apparently found Mr. Hulton’s account “farcical and amusing,” an apparent working illustration of his BS (degree). Dimiero, however, failed to provide any evidence to the contrary, instead mocking the entire discussion related to the topic of Obama’s legitimacy and related facts.
To Dimiero and others complicit in the perpetuation of the Obama myth, I say to you that evidence is mounting against the official narrative of Barack Hussein Obama like a crowd of skeletons in a closet. One thing they don’t teach in English classes but is well-known among career investigators, skeletons don’t like closets.
And we intend to let them out for all to see.