GOFUNDME ACCOUNT ESTABLISHED
by Sharon Rondeau
The case, a summary of which is here, asks for a Writ of Mandamus and claims that a “constitutional crisis” has occurred in Texas and the greater U.S. as a result of “the presence of illegal and illegitimate candidates for the office of the President.”
The Relators, or plaintiffs, are challenging the legitimacy of all of the presidential candidates on the 2016 ballot and ask that the Supreme Court of Texas clarify the meaning of the term “natural born Citizen” appearing in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution as one of three requirements for the presidency.
In their 190-page filing, Laura Lynne Wilkinson and co-relator Edward Sunderland, wrote that “The state and federal constitutional crisis was initiated when Mr. Obama was installed as a usurper to the Office of the President, in 2008 and 2012, and allowed to hold this office illegally and under active challenge by the Plaintiffs, as a matter of a catastrophic failure of the state/national hybrid electoral system.”
The case names the Texas Republican Party Certifying Authority, the Texas Director of Elections, the state attorney general, the secretary of state and the Democratic Party Certifying Authority as “Respondents.”
The heavily-footnoted petition chronicles Wilkinson’s and Sunderland’s efforts to discover whether or not presidential candidates in 2008 and 2012 were eligible to the office, which include a number of ballot challenges and letters sent to the Texas Secretary of State, the Attorney General and their congressional delegations.
In response to Wilkinson’s having contacted the Texas Republican Party, an attorney representing the organization stated that a candidate’s declaration of eligibility at the time of filing is accepted unless “ineligibility” is demonstrated on the “ballot application” “or if facts indicating the candidate is eligible ‘are conclusively established by another public record,'” citing state election law.
The plaintiffs are self-represented at present. A GoFundMe page has been established to assist in covering anticipated legal costs of $10,000. On that page, Wilkinson wrote, in part:
Mr. Sunderland and I have challenged the Texas Republican Party and the Texas Democrat Party over the eligibility of all their relevant 2016 Presidential candidates. We asked the State Dem and Rep Party Certifying Authorities to send our challenge directly to the Presidential Candidates under a presumed process of vetting by state election oversight officials.
We sent the same challenges to the TXSOS and demanded that the Texas Chief Elections Officer engage the Major Political Parties and request that they offer documentary proof of candidate identification and eligibility to run for and to hold the Office of the President per the Presidential Federal Employment Criteria or Article II, Sec. 1, Clause 5.
Both the Texas Secretary of State and the Texas Attorney General have refused our demand for performance and thus have knowingly put the entire 2016 State/National hybrid Election cycle at risk for nullification due to the corruptive presence of ineligible candidates for President.
To date neither the Texas State Democrat or Republican private political branding corporations (PPBC) have contacted any of the Presidential Candidates to make them aware that they are under active eligibility challenge in the State of Texas. We have asked them to and they have refused.
We know this because they told us as much and refused to cooperate. As such, the State Party Chairpersons have put all the Presidential Candidates at risk in this election, legal and illegal. If the US Constitutional Term of Art Natural-born Citizen is not addressed and resolved, we, as a nation, will end up with a third nullified Presidential Election cycle. The system failed catastrophically in 2008 and 2012. This time however the nation will be made aware of the State and Federal corporate negligence involved in suppressing discovery of the true conditions of eligibility for the candidates as determined by a recognized definition for the US Constitutional terms of art natural-born Citizen and X years a resident.