the media "hardly picked it up at all" because the media doesn't believe in it really.
Watched/rewatched the video, and the best I can say is that everything is too blurry
0:26 Five years of intense investigation, which included consolation of people we can't actually name, but trust me, these are top men. Hell, for all we know I could have been outsourced to people on reddit. Why does he omit the people or institutions that helped him out on this?
1:03 Nine points of forgery. Very hard to tell anything for sure watching just a 480p video, so I can't personally tell for myself whether this is a legitimate claim or not from what I've seen. However, I'm not convinced that the 9 points presented are points that would actually vary in location/rotation between documents. It would be really nice to have a few reference documents to compare against that prove that variations within the fields should exist
2:09 This particular argument is incredibly bad, perhaps even deliberately misleading. What makes it such is that the question presented (which is never answered by the way) focuses too much on to a specific event having occurred (two stamps, same rotation, 16 days apart), hyping up the supposed unlikelihood of the occurrence of this event (e.g. "two stamps, two separate boxes", "exact same"), when the real question is just how likely is it that that the rotation (and nothing else) of two stamps will end up matching another document.
Because if you really think about it, you have a box that's not particularly tall, and you have a rather wide stamp on both sides. If you're not an idiot, you're going to actually try and plant that stamp horizontally within that box, meaning you there won't be a whole lot of variance between rotations between either stamp.
Furthermore, it seems odd to me that in forging the document, you'd emulate the rotation in this modern era of computing.
3:05 Two different document examiners, specialize in two separate forensic disciplines, two different continents. Yea, no "who" still but now what stands out to me is that I don't know what is meant by "two separate forensic disciplines".
3:52 Kind of an irrelevant, snarky point to make
4:50 we bring up rotation because the date can't be rotated, unless it was, therefore, this is definitely a forgery? is about the summation I got from this bit.
5:34 can't tell with this part either. The top X looks like it's positioned differently to the bottom one to me. If the one box was copied and duplicated, then the position of the x in both spots should be identical.
One final thing to point out that's never discussed: Obama's Birthday is written as AUG -4 1961, whereas the other date is AUG 24 1961, meaning you couldn't just digitally white out the 2.