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“THE GUY IS JUST WARMING UP”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 19, 2011) — On April 18, 2011, The Post & Email spoke with Dr. Orly Taitz just prior to the announced veto by Arizona Governor Janice Brewer of the legislation which would have required candidates for the office of president to provide proof of “natural born Citizenship” status. Since that time, Taitz has launched a recall campaign against Brewer which can be signed by any Arizona registered voter.
On April 15, Taitz was interviewed by John King of CNN, who labeled her “the leading figure in the birther movement.” Before the interview commenced, King expressed skepticism over the contention that the Arizona bill was not “aimed” at Barack Hussein Obama. During the telecast, King admitted that what he called the “Certificate of Live Birth,” which he held up to the cameras, is not a complete birth record. He asked his other guest, a pollster, if “the president has to do something more proactively” to convince the public that he was born in Hawaii.
When Taitz held up documents which she claimed proved that Obama is using a stolen social security number, the pollster interrupted Taitz and claimed that her statements arose from racism. When he asked Taitz if the eligibility question would have arisen if Obama had been white, Taitz answered, “Yes.”
Concluding the interview, King stated that “for better or worse,” the conversation would be continued at a later date. The pollster commented that he opposed that idea.
Dr. Taitz told The Post & Email that she believes that Donald Trump will win the presdential nomination of the Republican Party in 2012. “I have no doubt that he will get the nomination and that people will be voting for him. You can see all the polling. The guy is just warming up. He ran only for a couple of weeks, and within two weeks, he has beaten all the competition and is 9% ahead of his nearest opponent. I don’t think Romney will even run, knowing that Trump is running.”
Taitz continued, “What worries me is that we have massive election fraud. Today, we have two major companies running the scanners for the voting machines: Diebold and Sequoia. That’s what worries me, because American citizens have no access to the software; we have no proof of how those ballots are being counted, and I’m afraid that even though a majority of people will vote for Trump, the powers that have this information in their hands will basically steal the election by use of those ballot scanners and software that are concealed and inaccessible from the American citizens. I hope that people will support him in pushing not only for the unsealing of Obama’s records, but also unsealing the software so that the United States can continue going toward paper ballots and going toward manual counts and not counting by machine.”
A study completed in 2006 showed that Diebold voting machines, in particular, are susceptible to sabotage. A 1996 report states that at that time, only 1.7% of the votes cast by “registered voters in the United States” were made on paper ballots.
The Post & Email asked Dr. Taitz if she was aware that various groups have been coming out publicly and charging Obama and members of his regime with treason, and she answered, “People are talking about it, but I don’t know where it ultimately leads. The fact that a person without any papers and a stolen social security card was able to get in the White House back door and assume the responsibility of running our military is, in my opinion, treason in and of itself.
But it’s not enough just to talk about it; we need to apply pressure from each and every citizen of this country on our Congress to start an emergency hearing on the issue of eligibility, of social security fraud of Mr. Obama, and demand that they obtain the original application for the Connecticut social security number when he was supposedly born in Hawaii, and his original birth certificate and other documents. I think that will be the end of the Obama presidency, and he will have to be removed from office.
We asked Dr. Taitz if she knew that Donald Trump was going to speak out publicly about Obama’s missing birth certificate, and she replied, “Well, I didn’t have an idea originally, but what did happen was that when he came out, he said that he believed that Mr. Obama was born in this country but that he should provide the document. I provided a lot of information to him on the issue of social security fraud, and the next day, he was on another show, and he said, ‘I received new information, and now I believe that he does not have proper documents, that he was not born in this country.’ So at first Trump thought he was born here, but after that, he changed his opinion. I don’t know; it’s possible that it was because of other information that he got…”
Dr. Taitz also reported that she had flown to Arizona three times and given a lecture on presidential eligibility, and that among the attendees were some of the people who ultimately helped to write the Arizona eligibility bill.
It was reported that Gov. Brewer acknowledged that the legislature might have enough votes to override her veto of the bill. Of her reason(s) for vetoing it, Brewer said, “”As a former Secretary of State, I do not support designating one person as a gatekeeper to the ballot for a candidate, which could lead to arbitrary or politically-motivated decisions.”
But isn’t a secretary of state expected to uphold the law?
Arizona’s constitution provides for removal from office of any public official:
Section 1. Every public officer in the state of Arizona, holding an elective office, either by election or appointment, is subject to recall from such office by the qualified electors of the electoral district from which candidates are elected to such office. Such electoral district may include the whole state. Such number of said electors as shall equal twenty-five per centum of the number of votes cast at the last preceding general election for all of the candidates for the office held by such officer, may by petition, which shall be known as a recall petition, demand his recall.
The Post & Email will be speaking with Dr. Taitz in the near future regarding her lawsuit, Pamela Barnett, et al, v. Barack Obama, et al, scheduled for a hearing on the merits in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on May 2, 2011.