The presumption of regularity is that a routine request is handled according to protocols and the law. You don’t assume that absent information is simply a mistake. The legal presumption is that if the information isn’t verified it’s because it can’t be verified. And we’re talking all of the major birth facts - gender, date, place, parents. None of those things were verified. This isn’t just a “typo” or oversight.
It is what it is. If the American people are too dull-witted to see what’s right in front of their faces then we deserve exactly what we’ve gotten.
There is a new verification from Dr.Onaka that was issued to Kansas SoS Kobach on September 14th.
Both SoS Bennett and SoS Kobach accepted the verifications as proof of Hawaiian birth, even after they received the letter from Klayman.
In fact, SoS Kobach said, the birth certificate on record with the state of Hawaii matches the birth certificate that is on the White House website, so I have no doubt.
Besides being the SoS of Kansas, Kris Kobach is also chief counsel for Immigration Law Reform Institute (he helped write Arizona’s and Alabama’s immigration laws) and a Constitutional law professor at University of Missouri at Kansas City. Here is his defense of the Arizona law in a New York Times editorial,
He apparently doesn’t buy the birth certificate is legally non-valid argument.