“WHAT PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION DO WE ADHERE TO?”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 1, 2016) — Over the Christmas holiday, former U.S. Marine Jeffrey Harrison contacted RNC Chairman Reince Preibus and several other Republican officials with one question: “Why has the Republican Party submitted a handful of candidates to run for the office of President who do not meet the ‘established’ requirements of the Constitution?”
For the last several years, Harrison has supported the efforts of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC), founded by Michael Volin, to publicize the results of a criminal investigation revealing that the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website and the Selective Service registration form purportedly completed by Barack Hussein Obama in 1980 are “computer-generated forgeries.”
More recently, Harrison has been seeking the introduction of Articles of Impeachment against Obama into the U.S. House Judiciary Committee as drafted by the North American Law Center (NALC) in July 2014. He has also launched a number of personal initiatives to engage the public to raise awareness of the forgeries and impeachment campaign.
The three-page mailing Harrison sent to Preibus was also mailed to Rob Gleason, chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Committee, and Chairman Arleen Multhauf of the Clearfield, PA Republican Committee.
The letter states that presidential candidates Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal “do not meet the Constitutional requirements to run for the Office of President” based on Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution, which states:
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.
In 2007 and 2008, questions were raised regarding whether or not Obama was constitutionally eligible based on several factors: his claimed dual citizenship at birth with Kenya and the U.S.; his British, and then Kenyan-citizen father who was never a U.S. citizen; and his dubious birth in Hawaii or the greater United States given that both his “short-form” and “long-form” birth certificates have been declared by graphics experts to be fraudulent.
On March 1, 2012, the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse announced at a press conference that the long-form birth certificate posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 and the Selective Service registration form bearing Obama’s name were found by their six-month investigation to be fraudulent. A second presser on July 17 of that year indicated that the standard of probable cause regarding the birth certificate forgery had been surmounted. Posse lead investigator Michael Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio then called upon Congress to launch an investigation.
Neither the press nor Congress was willing to perform its own due diligence, and Obama was reportedly re-elected to a second term in November 2012.
In November 2013, a second criminal investigation was launched by Arpaio utilizing a confidential informant, Dennis Montgomery, who is reported in sworn testimony by Zullo to have supplied some information on the long-form birth certificate which remains undisclosed.
NALC co-founder J.B. Williams has launched a weekly Monday night radio show providing impeachment updates and initiatives, the latest of which is that Michigan Republican Committeeman, former Air Force pilot and former Michigan state representative David L. Agema has introduced NALC’s Articles of Impeachment to the RNC for consideration at its upcoming conference on January 16.
Thus far, three congressmen who reportedly pledged to introduce the Articles to the House Judiciary Committee have failed to follow through. Last week, Rep. Steve King of Iowa told co-hosts for Sean Hannity’s radio program that the “power of impeachment is essentially off the table,” with which Harrison disagrees.
On January 14, 2015, The Post & Email sent a similar inquiry to an RNC media representative and received no response.
In page 2 of his letter, Harrison asked, “…just what parts of the Constitution do we adhere to and what parts do we avoid or circumvent?”
His letter reads: