Robert Bauer to become White House chief-counsel

APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED, ACCORDING TO AP:  OFFICIAL ANNOUCEMENT TO FOLLOW

by John Charlton

White House(Nov. 13, 2009) — Robert Bauer, who represented Barack Hussein Obama in eligibility lawsuits, which challenged his legitimate holding of the Presidency, will be appointed to replace the White House’s chief legal counsel, Greg Craig, according to an AP report written by Jennifer Loven, and published just 15 minutes ago.  She writes,

Bob Bauer, who was general counsel on Obama’s presidential campaign and a longtime adviser to Obama, has agreed to take Craig’s place, the officials said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement, first reported by The Washington Post, has not yet been made.

Robert Bauer garnered national infamy earlier this year when he personally threatened a U.S. Citizen, Mr. Hollister, for brining a legal challenge against Obama in the D.C. courts; affirming that he would seek sanctions and his fees from Hollister if he appealed his case.

It is widely speculated that Obama has promoted Bauer because of his effectiveness in thwarting court challenges to the former’s usurpation of the U.S. Presidency.  It is also believed that Bauer, through Siddhart Velamoor, may have exercised direct influence and control of Judge David. O Carter, in his decision dismissing the Plaintiffs’ complaint in Barnett vs. Obama.  That case, according to Mr. Charles Lincoln III, Attorney Gary Kreep, and seemingly the Indiana State Court of Appeals — which failed to cite it in a list of eligibility suits whose rulings were precedential — is still active.  Dr. Orly Taitz, esq., recently filed a Motion for Reconsideration, which was commented on by The Post & Email on Nov. 9th.

4 Responses to "Robert Bauer to become White House chief-counsel"

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  2. Jack   Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 12:03 PM

    Since his transferring the 9/11 Terrorist case to the US Criminal Court in NYC now manifests, as nothing has to date, that Obama is, or is acting as, Commander-in-Chief of a Fifth Column rather than of the United States of America, Robert Bauer’s becoming White House Counsel is more than pivotal as to Obama’s legal representation in the only remaining Constitutional Eligibility case (for damages by Keyes), Keyes v. Obama, USDC, CA — that is, the only remaining Obama Constitutional case addressing the dual loyalties prohibition under the Article 2 “natural born citizen” (two citizen parents) requirement inserted in the Constitution to avert the very threat manifested by Obama’s latest 9/11 actions.

    Assuming the Alan Keyes suit or cause of action for tort fraud against Candidate (Pre-President) Obama survives in Judge Carter’s court (e.g., leave to file second amended complaint), Bauer, in his official Government capacity as White House Counsel (as well as the Justice Dept. for that matter) cannot appropriately represent Obama in a Government capacity.

    Although service of process on Obama occurred the day before the 1/21/09 valid Oath of Office, even if service occurred after Oath of Office, Obama would not have Presidential immunity for personal torts. (Any Presidential immunity is even less than Congressional immunity.)

  3. Harry H   Friday, November 13, 2009 at 11:56 AM

    This makes the stench of Judge Carter’s hiring of Siddhart Velamoor as his clerk stink even more. Velamoor came from the same law firm as White House Counsel Robert Bauer.

    “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”
    From “Hamlet,” Act I, Scene IV.

  4. Jack   Friday, November 13, 2009 at 10:51 AM

    Assuming Alan Keyes suit or cause of action for tort fraud against Candidate (Pre-President) Obama survives in Judge Carter’s court (e.g., leave to file second amended complaint), Bauer, in his official Government capacity as Whitehouse Counsel (or the Justice Dept. for that matter) can’t appropriately represent Obama in a Government capacity, correct?

    And, although service on Obama occurred the day before the 1/21/09 valid Oath of Office, even if service occurred after Oath of Office, Obama would not have Presidential immunity for personal torts, correct? (My understanding is that Presidential immunity is even less than Congressional immunity. What is your understanding on that?)

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