IS TRUMP COMPROMISING OVER PRESIDENTIAL ELIGIBILITY?
by Cody Robert Judy, ©2015
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On the heels of that interview, it is reported this morning in The Washington Post U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and Mr. Trump, also a Presidential Candidate contender, may be making an informal compromise on the Constitution’s demand for a natural born Citizen based on Cruz’s defense for Trump’s stand on ‘illegal immigration’. Cruz fails the standard of natural born Citizen just as Obama both having ‘foreign’ fathers. Cruz’s father is noted as a Cuban while Obama’s is listed as Kenyan.
The only citizenship status definition for naturalization purposes most notably missing in Congress’s definition found in the “Aliens and Nationals Title 8 Act” is ‘born in the U.S. to Citizen Parents. This is presumably because it has never been doubted that ‘Born in the U.S. to Citizen Parents’ was indeed a respect for man’s recognition of ‘nature’s definition’ being indisputable.
Those apposed to the clear definition have seized on the fact that ‘natural born Citizen’ was not defined in the Constitution, leaving out the fact that neither was ‘Citizen’, the standard for U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives along with ‘pirating’ also found in the Constitution. According to the Aliens and Nationals Title 8 §1401 Code there are no less than ten (10) different circumstances of Citizenship considered that the Constitution failed to identify or outline understood in a-h.
‘Being Born in the U.S. to Citizen Parents’ is the requirement that you will not find in the Title 8 Actions of naturalization , and thus was reserved for the Vice President and President as a requirement. U.S. Senator Ted Cruz’s naturalization is described by Congress in(d):
[a person born outside of the United States and its outlying possessions of parents one of whom is a citizen of the United States who has been physically present in the United States or one of its outlying possessions for a continuous period of one year prior to the birth of such person, and the other of whom is a national, but not a citizen of the United States;] , [i]f of course Cruz’s mother did not also become a Canadian Citizen at the same time as her husband did immigrating from Cuba.
If Cruz’s mother and father were registered current Canadian Citizens at the time of Cruz birth in Canada his ‘American Citizenship’ is as questionable in documentation as Arnold Schwarzenegger born to foreign parents in Austria. The interesting claim Sen. Cruz makes is that regardless of his mother’s devotion to her husband’s citizenship in Canada, and whether she acclimated to Canada as he did with his citizenship from Cuba, is that regardless of that perhaps being a fact she was “born” in the U.S. and maintained the native citizenship regardless of any foreign paperwork regarding official status. This claim would not bode well for Sen. John McCain who was born in the foreign country of Panama as I maintained in my action barring him from the Office of the President due to an unfaltering statement of nature that Panama would always be where it began for him instead of the United States. He will always be a Panama son, and certainly one of their more famous.
Reference and Respect for both of one’s parents and place has been forgotten to cheat in the race for President of the United States. At this point in the race, Mr. Trump ought to be suing Mr. Cruz in Federal Court for being in the race illegally and collecting campaign contributions for an Office he is not qualified for.
While the Main Stream Media will not let Mr. Trump forget he led the Birther Movement, although not a single case in Court bears Mr. Trump’s name and it has been I who has borne the standard on a bipartisan level, the highlights of Mr. Cruz’s ‘citizenship status’ in The Washington Post relays the message that Mr. Trump is not true to that standard that he placed upon Mr. Obama in objecting to his eligibility in Office.
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