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by Sharon Rondeau

Are the scales of justice beginning to tip towards requiring Obama to prove his eligibility or leave office?

(Jul. 3, 2011) — On June 20, 2011, a Writ of Mandamus was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida against Barack Hussein Obama by William Spencer Connerat III.  The civil action states that a previous “Admission of Ineligibility” provides proof that Obama is not constitutionally qualified to serve as president and requests that “Respondent…disprove such Official Record.”

Connerat had previously filed a “Tacit Admission of Ineligibility” in Pinellas County, FL in March 2010, claiming that Obama’s non-response was “the basis for an action of treason.”

Eligibility criteria for the president and commander-in-chief are stated in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.  Recently a U.S. senator suggested that an illegal alien could become president “some day.”

Connerat had filed a request in December 2008 with the Florida Supreme Court to stop the Electoral College from voting because of unresolved questions about the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama II to serve as President of the United States.  The case was dismissed and the Electoral College vote proceeded.

On July 1, 2009, Connerat opened a Small Claims case which included the Admission of Ineligibility and charged Obama with “tortious negligence.”  It was ultimately dismissed in April 2010 without a disposition on Obama’s eligibility.

Permission had been granted by Judge Henry Hudson for Connerat to file a “Friend of the Court” brief in the case of Cuccinelli v. Sebelius, the first lawsuit filed against the Department of Health and Human Services regarding the PPACA, or health care bill, signed by Obama on March 23, 2010.  Connerat has maintained that Obama was not eligible to sign the bill, as his refusal to respond to Connerat’s request for proof was admission that Obama is not a “natural born Citizen.”  Connerat’s accusation of treason against Obama has been joined by others, including a typesetting specialist who claims that Obama’s “long-form birth certificate” released to the public on April 27, 2011 is a poor forgery.

Connerat was not allowed to file anything additional in the health care lawsuit.

The Post & Email asked Connerat why he thinks that Obama is ineligible, and his response was, “It is not a question of thought; it is a question of fact.  He admitted it, yet did not state why.  We must take him at his word, regarding the confession which was filed in Connerat v. Obama II, as well as in this case.  To better answer your question, I think he is ineligible because he admitted such ineligibility, in a court of law.  This is documentary evidence.  The usurper needs to set the Record straight, or the Court can order him to stop his ‘posing.'”

Recently a U.S. Supreme Court ruling held that an individual has the right to challenge federal law which deprives the states or individuals of their Tenth Amendment rights under the Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution.  Connerat has spent money in requesting that Obama prove his eligibility.

We asked Connerat if anyone helped him to prepare the Writ of Mandamus, to which he replied, “My father’s a retired attorney, so he helped me with some concepts and protocol (too many rules!), but I wrote the words.”

There are no other plaintiffs.  Connerat stated that “The action signifies that I (we) have a chance for the Court to show its authority and magnificence, once again.”