“DONALD TRUMP GOT HIS ANSWER”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 1, 2012) — During a hearing in the case of Judd v. Obama on Thursday challenging the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to run for president, an attorney representing Occidental College, which Obama reportedly attended for two years from 1979-1981 but for which no records have ever been produced, stated that Occidental does not possess the records in question.
A hearing in the case had taken place on October 29 in Santa Ana Superior Court during which Taitz had asked the judge for an ex parte hearing for a Motion to Compel records, which the judge scheduled for today.
Taitz reported that the only complaint of Carl Botterud, General Counsel for Occidental College, and Jay Rudd, who also argued for Occidental, was that they did not receive “enough notice” prior to the hearing. “When you have an ex parte hearing, all you need is a 24-hour notice. The subpoena was served prior to that,” Taitz said.
Of Occidental’s defense counsel, Taitz further related:
Before the hearing, I approached them and said, “I served you with a subpoena and I would like to know, if the judge rules in my favor, do you have Obama’s application, registration and financial aid records here with you?” and they said, “No, we don’t.” I said, “Do those records even exist, or were they destroyed?” and he said, “We’re not allowed to say.” As I stepped aside to sit down, Botterud told Rudd, “Courts don’t like to rule on things that don’t exist.”
One of my supporters sat right behind them and heard the same thing: “Courts do not like to rule on things that do not exist.” So this is an admission against interest. It is clear that those records, if they ever existed, were destroyed, just as his mother’s passport records before 1965 were destroyed; just as his immigration for August 1961 are missing from the National Archives and they are available for all of the other months of 1961; just as the application for Selective Service is missing; what they keep providing to the public is a forgery. So at this point, Donald Trump got his answer.
Taitz was referring to Donald Trump’s offer to give $5,000,000 to a charity of Obama’s choice if he would release his college and passport applications and other records for public scrutiny by 5:30 p.m. on October 31, later extending the “deadline” to 12:00 noon EDT today. Trump had opined that he had made Obama “an offer he couldn’t refuse,” but Obama has not released the records as he did his purported long-form birth certificate on April 27, 2011, which has been deemed a forgery by numerous investigators and analysts.
Today Trump released a video statement which said that because Obama did not release the records, “Now a charity of his choice will not be receiving $5,000,000.” Trump stated that the donation might have been “substantially more” than the $5,000,000 offered and suggested that “the relatives of the victims of Benghazi” could have been the recipients of the money. “Some day those papers will come out, and people will say, ‘You know what…Donald Trump was right.’ This is a very, very sad day for the United States of America,” Trump concluded. A press release was also published on Trump’s official Facebook page.
Trump has questioned whether or not Obama had received money for college from foreign sources designated for foreign students, which, if true, would bring into question whether or not he meets the definition of “natural born Citizen” in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution for the President and Commander-in-Chief.
During his statement released today, Trump reminded his audience that Obama has spent “millions” to keep his records “secret,” something which was reported within the first year of Obama’s occupation of the White House.
The attorneys representing Occidental asked that the judge order reimbursement in the amount of $4,000 for their expenses in preparing for and attending the hearing. “Because they won the motion, he ruled on that, and I have to pay $4,000.”
Taitz has filed a Motion for Reconsideration on the order but said that the judge was “clearly under marching orders.” She has publicly asked Donald Trump to consider a donation to her work in seeking Obama’s records and identity. “It was clearly stated; those records don’t exist. It’s like Nazi Germany where Hitler’s records were all destroyed,” Taitz said.
Taitz said that she “has put her life on the line” in order to seek the truth about Obama’s background and is seeking donations to her foundation to continue her cases and possibly hire additional help. In court today, she told the judge, “I’m doing this out of concern for this country. It is a matter of public interest. Your Honor, we had our ambassador murdered just recently. Don’t you think the public has a right to know if we have a legitimate president in the White House or a foreign national with forged IDs and a stolen Social Security number?” to which there was no response.
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.