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ENCOURAGING SIGNS NOTED
by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 22, 2014) — A leader of the Surprise, AZ Tea Party and Obama eligibility researcher, Jeff Lichter, has been in the hospital for some time following complications from surgery.
Jeff conceived of the idea and was a gracious host to this writer on September 2 when she appeared by Skype to speak to the Tea Party group about the saga of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who is now imprisoned at the Bledsoe County Correctional Center (BCCX) in Pikeville, TN after exposing systemic government corruption in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District.
The Post & Email and Lichter met each other by Skype on August 25 in preparation for the Tea Party appearance.
Lichter also has his own page at the Greater Phoenix Tea Party Patriots.
In early April 2011, Lichter and several others from Arizona flew to New York to meet with real estate mogul Donald Trump about Trump’s push for Obama to release his long-form birth certificate to quell doubts that he was not a “natural born Citizen” as required by the Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution for the presidency. Lichter recalled to The Post & Email several months ago that Trump had predicted that the White House would release a forgery in the near future, which has been confirmed by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse in a lengthy criminal investigation.
When The Post & Email first spoke with Lichter by phone, we knew he was a native New Yorker by his distinctive accent, and he related to us that he had spent some time teaching in Connecticut, our home state. He mentioned that the next time he visited his family “back East,” perhaps we could meet face-to-face, to which we are looking forward some day.
A report received by The Post & Email on Wednesday morning indicated that after a period of non-response, Jeff has “opened his eyes and wiggled his toes.”
The Post & Email and many others are praying for Jeff Lichter’s full recovery.