ELIGIBILITY ACTIVIST SAYS ISSUE “LIKE A HOUSE OF CARDS”
by Sharon Rondeau
On a previous occasion in the same venue, Harrison spoke about the prospects of Obama’s impeachment prior to the end of his term at noon on January 20, 2017. On Tuesday, Harrison told The Post & Email that he has done “close to 40” such radio shows over the past several years.
Harrison has been extremely active in sharing the conclusions of the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse, which has conducted a five-year investigation into the long-form birth certificate and Selective Service form, with members of Congress, both in Washington and in district offices over the past three years.
Last year, he requested a grand jury review of the evidence in his home state of Pennsylvania which was unequivocally denied by a judge.
Bill and Harrison met several years ago when Bill and a relative of his founded the “Pennsylvania Freedom Fighters” Tea Party group.
The two also discussed the upcoming election, with Bill advising the audience, “Don’t stay home.”
In a follow-up interview with The Post & Email on Tuesday, Harrison said that it is important for people unfamiliar with the conclusions of forgery in regard to Obama’s documents to become informed.
When we asked if he believes that a new Congress seated in January might take action on the posse’s findings, he responded, “Anything is possible, because when you shine light on it, it’s like disinfectant.”
“This is not a Republican or Democrat issue,” he said. “It’s an American issue.”
“I’m just doing this because it’s the right thing to do,” Harrison said of his activism in informing the public of the issue, which has included attending Tea Party meetings; displaying banners and signs on his property and vehicle; making trips to Washington and his congressman’s district office to provide evidence of the forgeries compiled by the Cold Case Posse; his attendance at a Hillary Clinton rally over the summer; writing letters and making phone calls; and his work in his community.
He noted that a lot of people are hesitant to speak out on controversial issues, including the Obama birth certificate, out of fear. “They’re afraid of the system, that they’ll be steamrolled,” he said. “It’s the same as Hitler; nobody wanted to face it,” in comparing Congress’s lack of action on the matter.
“It might be that a house of cards is going to fall down on this, and the rest are going to be running for cover,” Harrison told us, “and then they might get on board when they see they have to jump ship like the Titanic. Who knows what’s going to happen?”
Both Harrison and Bill said that presidential eligibility will remain an important issue in the future, as they believe that Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio, and former Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal may seek the presidency again while not qualifying as a “natural born Citizen,” as Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires.