OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY RENDERS HIS OATH OF OFFICE A CRIMINAL ACT
by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III
(Jul. 17, 2011) — A perjured oath is no oath at all.
Persons not eligible to take an oath of office, knowing they are disqualified from legally holding that office, are called infiltrators, or traitors.
Persons who knowingly take an oath, when at the time swearing that oath knowing they never intend to obey their oath, find no comfort or protection from the oath once discovered as infiltrators, or traitors.
Even those who lawfully and in good faith take an oath, who later turn against that oath, then forfeit any protections they may have otherwise enjoyed under their oath.
No one–I SAY AGAIN, NO ONE–is immunized from being held to a criminal consequence having been found guilty in TREASON against the United States of America.
Barring Mr. OBAMA from enjoying the protection our Constitution offers regarding IMPEACHMENT does not vacate or weaken the process of IMPEACHMENT, but rather confers upon the process of IMPEACHMENT the proper legitimacy, sanctity and integrity the process of IMPEACHMENT must otherwise command.
Mr. OBAMA is charged with the crime of TREASON for over two years now. Mr. OBAMA accepts the accusation as correct by way of his silence.
Mr. OBAMA can be “perp-walked” out of the White House with an overcoat covering his handcuffs and walked into a federal courthouse to face a jury of his peers on the change of TREASON, just like any other person owing allegiance to the United States of America.
Mr. OBAMA enjoys no special protection!
To suggest that OBAMA somehow stands outside our fundamental laws is to argue in favor of the disconnection from, and the destruction of, our United States Constitution.
Under the Constitution I pledged my oath to, NO MAN STANDS ABOVE THE LAW!
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.