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AIDING AND ABETTING FRAUD?
by Sharon Rondeau, h/t BirtherReport
(Mar. 21, 2014) — As The Post & Email reported last Saturday, the Alabama Supreme Court issued a ruling on an eligibility case placed before it one year ago by Atty. Larry Klayman on behalf of two Alabama plaintiffs who claimed that the Secretary of State did not properly vet presidential candidates for the 2012 election.
Our source had spoken face-to-face with Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who had told the source that a decision was due “this week.” As previously reported, the court issues decisions only on Fridays.
Last July, the defendant in the case, Beth Chapman, resigned her post as Alabama Secretary of State despite having been elected by the largest majority of votes for any Secretary of State, after which Jim Bennett was appointed to serve out the remainder of her term.
Mike Zullo, lead investigator of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse, submitted a 57-page brief detailing the posse’s findings that Obama’s long-form birth certificate, short-form birth certificate, and Selective Service registration form are “computer-generated forgeries.” Alabama Supreme Court Zullo Affidavit
The majority opinion of the court was that “Alabama state courts are without power to regulate the conduct of a presidential election after the President-elect has been selected.”
In a footnote on page 59 of the decision, the court states that “Congress is also free to pass legislation in aid of the presidential-qualifications clause. See, e.g., H.R. 1503, 111th Cong. (1st Sess. 2009) (seeking to amend federal campaign law to require the principal campaign committee of a presidential candidate to include a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate with its statement of organization).”
Dozens of plaintiffs have challenged Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president and commander-in-chief in many states as a result of his refusal to release any educational, medical, and passport records in original paper form. The short-form Certification of Live Birth posted at The Daily KOS from an unknown source and the long-form birth certificate image have not been substantiated as authentic by the Hawaii Department of Health, which allegedly holds Obama’s original birth records.
Obama claims a birth in Hawaii, although no hospital there has claimed the event.
Loretta Fuddy, the woman who reportedly made Obama’s long-form birth certificate available to the public in April 2011, mysteriously died after the plane in which she and others were flying on business made a water landing on December 11, 2013, two days after a citizen investigator reported in a video that “prosecutions are coming” as a result of the Cold Case Posse’s investigation.
A major announcement revealing the results of a second criminal investigation into the Obama regime is expected in the near future.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Justice Tom Parker disagreed with the majority opinion, stating that “Under both the Supremacy Clause and the oath she took to support the United States Constitution, the Secretary of State has a legal duty to observe the presidential-eligibility requirements of Article II, § 1, clause 4 of the United States Constitution” (pp. 75-76).
The clause referenced by Parker and Moore reads:
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.
It is unknown if Obama was born in the United States, and his claimed father was a citizen of Kenya. On his 2008 “Fight the Smears” website, Obama acknowledged having been born with dual citizenship. Sen. Ted Cruz, who may be exploring a presidential run for 2016, was born in Canada to one U.S.-citizen parent, which some scholars say disqualifies him and others contend he meets the eligibility requirements.
On page 18 of his affidavit, in speaking of the fraudulent Obama birth certificate, Zullo stated that “In this case the .pdf image presented by the White House to the public, is in the appearance of what the unsuspecting public would perceived to be a true copy of an official document and therefore accepted on face value. This also includes the fabrication and appearance of green security paper background that one would expect to be used on such an official document. The creation and use of this background would solely be used to give the perception of authenticity in an official capacity.”
When the Constitution was being written, Founding Father John Jay suggested that the requirement for the office of the president read “natural born Citizen” rather than simply “a Citizen,” as was designated for U.S. senators and representatives. Jay later became the first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.