IS SHE RUNNING SCARED?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Sep. 19, 2013) — White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, who reportedly advised Obama on national security and foreign policy, is leaving her post by the end of this year.
Ruemmler has been a defendant in at least two lawsuits filed by Atty. Orly Taitz over Obama’s apparent use of a Connecticut Social Security number despite his claim of having been born and raised primarily in Hawaii.
Ruemmler reportedly said she plans to work in private practice but has not yet announced where or for whom following her departure. She assumed the post after her predecessor, Robert Bauer, left to return to Perkins Coie in June 2011.
Prior to White House Counsel, Ruemmler worked in the Justice Department.
After the IRS’s targeting of Tea Party and other groups for special scrutiny by the agency, Ruemmler claimed that she did not inform Obama of the IRS’s actions.
Ruemmler is Obama’s third White House Counsel, following Robert Bauer, who left in 2011, and Gregory Craig, who was Obama’s first counsellor.
Craig’s resignation letter has been removed from the White House website. Craig served from 2009-2010 and was reportedly seen as a political liability before his departure over the potential closing of Guantanamo Bay prison. He defended President Bill Clinton after he was impeached by the House of Representatives in 1998.
Robert Bauer served as White House Counsel from November 2009 to June 2011. Obama had predicted that Bauer would play a part in “assuring that White House officials continue to be held to the highest legal and ethical standards.”
A former U.S. Justice Department attorney and writer, J. Christian Adams, suggested in June that Bauer could be responsible for the IRS targeting based on Bauer’s reported desire to curb “free speech” directed against the Obama regime’s political ideology.
Bauer left about two months after the long-form birth certificate image purported to be a certified copy of Obama’s original birth record was released. A criminal investigation has determined that the image is a “computer-generated forgery.” Bauer reportedly remained “one of [Obama’s] closest advisors” and his personal attorney, although Judith Corley was reported to be fulfilling that role when she reportedly traveled to Hawaii to obtain two certified copies of Obama’s long-form birth certificate before it was made public on April 27, 2011.
As a representative of the DNC, Perkins Coie assisted in defending Obama against numerous lawsuits challenging that he is not constitutionally eligible to serve as a “natural born Citizen,” which the U.S. Constitution requires of the president and commander-in-chief.
Perkins Coie has also employed Reed Hayes, the document examiner and handwriting expert who affirmed the findings of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse that the birth certificate image is “completely fraudulent.”
The posse also declared Obama’s Selective Service registration card fraudulent. In an interview with Infowars on Tuesday, Zullo said that a reliable source has told him that in regard to Obama, “there never was a birth in Hawaii.”
A presidential candidate claiming to have communicated with “a source high up in the Government of the United States” wrote that the Obama eligibility matter has gained the attention of the U.S. Congress. The Cold Case Posse has been striving for Congress to launch its own investigation into the forgery, which remains on the White House website.
Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo has stated that Rep. Steve Stockman, who has been an outspoken critic of Obama’s views on the Second Amendment, his health care law and lack of transparency on the Benghazi murders, has promised to assist to bring the forgery to the public.
Obama has been accused of treason by numerous public people and private citizens for fraud; supplying the Syrian rebels with arms and munitions; promoting members of The Muslim Brotherhood to sensitive positions within the regime; and for violating the U.S. Constitution and federal law. Last month a member of the House of Representatives stated that he believed there were enough votes in that chamber to pass Articles of Impeachment against Obama.