“THE CRIME OF TREASON”
November 8, 2011
Dear Editor: The following letter was sent to Georgia State Representative Doug Collins, who represents the 27th district of his state:
Representative Collins, by FAX:
I am asking for clarification on the question I asked you at the District 9 debate this week in Blairsville. You are now running for the office of U. S. Representative. Your position on issues is now even more important.
My question was whether you would bring charges of treason against the president for making war against Yemen, Libya, and Somalia without congressional approval. You gave the typical GOP answer as: impeachment might be considered and that there were many questions pertaining to the president’s activities in the Arabian Peninsula.
The sitting putative president is not impeachable for various reasons but primarily because he is a usurper according to Minor vs. Happersett, for lack of citizen parents. It is not possible to impeach a non-officer of the United States. This in itself is a crime against the Constitution for which you should have already brought charges as a reserve officer in the U. S. Air Force. Please review the Constitution to understand the process of impeachment and the crimes of treason.
So this begs the question, will you, having sworn an oath to defend the Constitution as an officer holding two different positions, bring charges of treason against the putative president occupying the White House?
You must realize as a military person that action of a most immediate nature is needed to save the remnants of the Constitution. The time is long past for posturing and posing. As a candidate for U. S. Representative I want you to assure me that you will take positive action in dealing with situations such as what I have described above. Your response during the debate did not give me that assurance.
For the Republic,
M. J. Blanchard
cc: media, grassroots
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.