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(Sep. 26, 2011) — I met with legal counsel, chiefs of staff and senior advisers for four senators and three U.S. Representatives, and I also forwarded information to five more. The senators’ offices and staff that I visited were Sen. Coburn, Sen. Inhofe, Sen. Rubio, and Sen. Lee. In Coburn’s office, I think the meeting was the most promising. I had an in-depth meeting and discussion with his chief of staff, Michael Schwartz. He was very informed; he has all of my pleadings; he has all of my exhibits; he knows about the social security fraud and forgery of the birth certificate, and he was informed about the Columbia records and the fact that the student clerk house shows Obama attending Columbia only for nine months, even though he claimed to be there for two years.
Senator Coburn is one of the most influential Republican senators. He is on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and he is also a ranking member in the subcommittee for privacy within the Judiciary Committee. What I discussed with his chief of staff is that we have an issue of claimed privacy, and we have evidence of Obama using a social security number which according to E-Verify was never assigned to him. Obama, Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue and the U.S. attorney’s office are claiming the privilege of privacy, and under this excuse, they’re allowing the biggest crime of the century to be committed. So there is a need for a hearing in the committee to discuss this issue. I asked Mr. Schwartz to discuss this matter with Sen. Coburn in order to put my name and those of other individuals who are invited to address the subcommittee on privacy within the Senate Judiciary Committee.
They are supposed to make those meetings public. Not only can they allow me to testify; they can actually subpoena the Social Security records; they can subpoena the original birth certificate; they can subpoena the attendance of Judge Lamberth, Judge Puglisi, Judge Nishimura, Judge Land, Secretary Astrue, and Director of Health Fuddy, and all of them will have to testify before the subcommittee and provide information as to why they’re not cooperating.
I’m supposed to get an answer within one week from Sen. Coburn. I’m asking all of my supporters to write to Sen. Coburn and also to their own senator and congressman to allow me to testify before the subcommittee on privacy within the Senate Judiciary Committee, to testify before the committee on Social Security, and also to testify before the committee on the Judiciary.
That was a very productive meeting. Sen. Coburn’s chief of staff was very helpful, very knowledgeable; he was all the gentleman, and I’m very hopeful that I will be able to testify. Aside from that, I had a very positive meeting with the legal counsel for Congressman Lamar Smith, who is the chair of the House Judiciary Committee who can oversee the judicial hearings to see if indeed there were violations of law in the hearings with Judge Land, Judge Carter, and what we’re seeing now, with Judge Lamberth, for abuse from the federal judiciary. Mr. Holt Lackey is the legal counsel for Chairman Smith. He told me that he used to be the legal counsel for Sen. Cornyn, who is also a highly-positioned senator. He met with a number of highly-positioned federal judges, so he knows who those people are.
Again, I’m asking my supporters to write to Chairman Smith, “cc” to his legal counsel, Holt Lackey, and “cc” to their own congressman and senator, and demand that they allow me to testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
Also, I spoke with two legal counsels for Sen. Marco Rubio. They were very supportive and very helpful. One of them is Leonard Collins; the other is J.R. Sanchez. Although maybe not as much as Sen. Coburn’s chief of staff, they are very much aware of what is going on. As a matter of fact, in my presence, they went online to the Selective Service website, and they checked their own Selective Service registration to make sure that indeed, when you answer with your full name, your birth date, and your social security number, you can get verification. Each one of them went online and did it for himself to make sure that this indeed was correct. Assistant Legal Counsel Sanchez was very supportive, and he actually got in touch with Mr. Jipping, who is the legal counsel for Sen. Orrin Hatch. Hatch is the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Both Mr. Sanchez and Mr. Schwarz urged Mr. Jipping to give me an opportunity to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Now keep in mind that in order for a person to testify before the committee, the person has to be invited by one of two people: either the chair of the committee or the ranking member. When a party has the majority in a chamber, that party has the committee chairmanship. When it is in the minority, it would have the ranking membership. So in the House we have the chairmanship position, and that’s why I’m telling everybody to write to Chairman Lamar Smith, Chair of the House Judiciary Committee; to Congressman Sam Johnson, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Social Security; to Darrell Issa, who is the Chair of the House Oversight Committee; also to Congressman Walsh, who is co-chair of the House Committee on Human Rights. We are losing our right to free elections, to vote for eligible presidents. We lost a very important human right. Also, we are losing our rights to due process. We lost our rights to meaningful due process; we have only an illusion of due process in the courts, with cases just thrown out of court on technicalities or unreasonable excuses. So those members of the committees need to be written to.
I also met with the assistant to Sen. Mike Lee, who was very supportive. I also talked to Luke Holland, who is a senior assistant to Sen. Inhofe. Each one of them seems to be afraid to be the one to start the ball rolling. He told me, “If Lamar Smith starts the hearing on this issue, Sen. Inhofe is going to be on board.” Then when I left his office and I was heading to the office of Sen. Coburn, he suddenly ran out and caught up with me and said, “I just talked to the chief of staff, and he said to change my statement.” So instead of saying that if Lamar Smith starts the ball rolling, Inhofe is going to be on board, just to make a statement that Sen. Inhofe had no position one way or another. So clearly, they are aware of what is going on, but they’re just showing that they’re afraid. They’re afraid to be the first one to do something, and that’s why I’m saying, “OK, if you’re afraid to be the person to bring this to the committee and speak up, let me speak up. Invite me, and I will speak up, and I will get the ball rolling. All you have to do is vote one way or another.”
Editor’s Note: The conclusion of Atty. Taitz’s interview will be published in the near future.
Rep. Joe Walsh of Illinois has accused Obama of “lying,” bankrupting the country, and destroying job creation.
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