“IT’S ALL A FORGERY”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Sep. 15, 2012) — On Friday, a Kansas resident, Joe Montgomery, withdrew a ballot objection to the placement of Barack Hussein Obama’s name on the Kansas ballot for November. However, Atty. Orly Taitz will be traveling to Topeka, KS on Monday morning to attend the scheduled hearing, which includes objections to other candidates for various offices.
On Thursday, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was quoted as having said that he did not believe the ballot challenge to Obama’s eligibility was “frivolous.” The Kansas Secretary of State’s office pledges excellent service to the people.
Taitz has forwarded electronically to Kobach the pleadings and exhibits she has filed with the Indiana Superior Court in Marion County for a ballot challenge she is litigating there. She also sent additional materials by FedEx to the Kansas Attorney General, Secretary of State and Lt. Governor. Documents are expected to arrive Monday morning.
Taitz reported that Kobach said “the hearing will go on,” but without an objector there, it might not be pursued.
The Post & Email asked Taitz if she can be considered an objector although she is not a resident or registered voter in Kansas. “I looked at their statutes. In some states, you have to be a resident of the state to file an objection, but the state of Kansas does not say that you must be a registered voter or resident. I can never be certain that the law will be followed, but it does not say that you have to be a resident of Kansas. I am a federal whistleblower; I am providing information of the highest crimes and misdemeanors in the highest positions of power; I’m demanding action. On my website, there are letters to the Secretary of State and Attorney General in which I warned them that if they allow Obama on the ballot, they will be committing treason.”
Taitz said that her legal complaint filed in Indiana is an example of judges being compelled to “follow the law” after the Secretary of State and Elections Commission had said they would place Obama’s name on the ballot. Judge S.K. Reid reconsidered, reinstating three of four causes of action in the case, granting Taitz pro hac vice to represent Indiana plaintiffs. A hearing is scheduled in that case for September 26.
Taitz cited an instance wherein a federal judge in Mississippi was convicted and sent to prison for public corruption. “I’m holding all of them accountable now: the Indiana assistant attorney general and Judge Land from Georgia, who engaged in intimidation of a federal whistleblower with uncalled-for sanctions. I’m holding CNN accountable because they posted a microfilm of a birth certificate, representing it as Obama’s when it was someone else’s. I’m holding MSNBC and Chris Mathews accountable as well as Clear Channel Communications. I’m including them as defendants, arguing that all of them were complicit in fraud committed by Obama.”
Taitz had been considering going to Kansas before Montgomery withdrew his complaint, but now she believes that she must go. “A lot of people file an objection and discuss only the meaning of ‘natural born Citizen.’ Keep in mind that the commissions are not judges, and they will not rule to remove someone from the ballot because of a different interpretation of a “natural born” statute. It’s ludicrous to believe that they will do it, because they know that the public will not accept it. The public is not going to go into a deep discussion as to the meaning of the term. Most of the complaints that I have seen are very short on facts and evidence. When I present my case, I present 30 documents that indeed show that it’s all a forgery. This is something that the public can appreciate and understand, and their elected officials will be more willing to do something about it,” Taitz said.
The hearing will take place at the Capitol building in Topeka located at the corner of 10th and Jackson Streets at 10:00 a.m. central time.