DOES ONE REPUBLICAN HAVE THE COURAGE TO RESPOND?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 8, 2016) — Eligibility activist and Post & Email reader Michael Jackson has sent letters to Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Preibus and five Illinois Republican Party officials containing the subject line, “Why has the Republican Party allowed candidates who are not ‘natural born citizens’ to run for the office of president?”
The letters are dated January 4, 2016 and were specifically directed to Preibus; Tim Schneider, State Chairman of the Illinois Republican Party; Richard Porter and Demetra Demonte, National Committee Members of the Illinois Republican Party; Nick Klitzing, Executive Director of the Illinois Republican Party; and Mary Burress, Chairman, Tazewell County Republican Central Committee.
In a mailing dated January 5, 2016, Jackson sent a “Resolution in Support of Proper Articles of Impeachment” to the same individuals. The Resolution was drafted under the auspices of the North American Law Center (NALC), which composed Articles of Impeachment against Barack Hussein Obama in July 2014 and for the last 18 months has advocated for their introduction into the U.S. House Judiciary Committee.
Impeachment of executive-branch officers within the federal government constitutionally begins in the U.S. House of Representatives in the Judiciary Committee. If Articles of Impeachment are agreed by a majority vote in committee, they would then be presented to the entire House for a vote. Should the Articles be approved by a simple majority of House members, the “impeachment” part of the process concludes with a referral to the U.S. Senate, which becomes the trial court for the crimes alleged against the individual.
The NALC “Resolution” has reportedly been sent to the RNC by Michigan National Republican Committeeman David L. Agema for consideration at its upcoming winter meeting commencing January 13.
NALC, which is launching a new radio show on Sunday, has urged concerned Americans to launch or join state organizations designed to urge members of Congress to press for the advancement of the Articles in the House.
In his second set of letters directed to the same individuals, Jackson included a copy of the Resolution, writing, “This Resolution needs your support for the survival of liberty and our constitutional Republican form of government Article IV Section IV. The 56 men on the Declaration of Independence showed the resolve needed to help forge this nation. Will you have that same resolve to help keep our constitutional Republic and liberty?”
His closing paragraph quoted Founding Father and first signer of the Declaration of Independence John Hancock, who said in October 1774, “Resistance to tyranny becomes the Christian and social duty of each individual… Continue steadfast and with a proper sense of your dependence on God, nobly defend those rights which having gave and no man ought to take from us.”
On December 30, 2015, Jackson sent Rep. Steve King (R-IA4) a letter in which he expressed disagreement with King’s recent contention on the Sean Hannity radio show that insufficient time remains to carry out an impeachment against Obama.
Jackson provided King a NALC summary of the Articles of Impeachment as well as the Articles themselves.
WOBC and impeachment activist Jeffrey Harrison, about whom The Post & Email reported on New Year’s Day, has sent similar letters to Preibus and other Republican officials asking, “Why has the Republican Party submitted a handful of candidates to run for the office of President who do not meet the ‘established’ requirements of the Constitution?”
At the end of the mailing to King, a certified mail receipt and fax transmission form indicate that the letter and enclosures were sent by both methods. In a message to The Post & Email, Jackson wrote that he called King’s office to confirm that the fax transmission was received. Also included is a graphical representation of a “Sheriff’s Kit” produced by the organization WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC) containing evidence, as presented by a criminal investigator, to the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) in the spring of 2013 explaining the findings that Obama’s only proffered documentation demonstrating citizenship is fraudulent.
During the 2008 election cycle, some Americans questioned Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve because of reports that he was born in Kenya or Indonesia and from Obama’s own admission of dual Kenyan-U.S. citizenship through his claimed Kenyan-citizen father.
The investigation by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse, led by Michael Zullo, the presenter on the DVD, concluded nearly four years ago that the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 is a “computer-generated forgery,” along with Obama’s purported Selective Service registration form.
The investigation has continued since the March 1, 2012 initial press conference held by Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio, who commissioned the probe. In November 2013, Arpaio launched a second criminal investigation in which Zullo participated and which spanned approximately one year.
Congress has refused to open its own investigation into the conclusions reached by the posse, although one congressional staffer admitted to a caller approximately 17 months ago, “We know the birth certificate is a fake.”
In November 2014, Ken Post wrote a letter to the RNC prior to its January meeting warning that a questionably ineligible candidate nominated by the party for the general election could be challenged in court such that the issue could be mired in court proceedings for months. Post received no response to his letter.
Last January, The Post & Email sent an inquiry to the RNC on the subject of “natural born Citizen” with the same result.
Jackson’s three mailings can be read at the following links:
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.