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“Grand Jury” Increasingly Invoked as to Current House “Impeachment Inquiry”

WHAT ARE THE PRESIDENT’S “CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS?” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 16, 2019) — In an article published Tuesday at the Independent Sentinel, a tweet by radio host and author Dan Bongino was featured which equated the U.S. House of Representatives’ “impeachment inquiry” of President Donald Trump to the activity of a grand jury, as had […]

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Law Professor: Trump Subject of Unconstitutional Bill of Attainder

“LEGISLATIVE PUNISHMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 30, 2019) — On Friday, law professor Victor Williams published a press release through PRNewswire which states that the Intelligence Community “whistleblower” complaint recently made public alleging wrongdoing on the part of President Donald Trump and his administration in foreign policy has led to the House of Representatives escalating […]

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The Post & Email Interviews Atty. Mario Apuzzo on the 14th Amendment, Part 1

CAN “BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP” BE ABOLISHED BY ANY BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT? by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 27, 2018) — Last week, an article at came to our attention whose focus is the 14th Amendment and so-called “birthright citizenship.” Passed in 1868 during Reconstruction, the constitutional amendment contains five sections, with Section 1 being the most familiar […]

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Will Hardiman be Trump’s Choice for SCOTUS?

JUSTICES CONSISTENTLY “EVADE” ELIGIBILITY QUESTION by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 2, 2018) — On Monday night’s “Hannity” wherein Judge Jeanine Pirro sat in for host Sean Hannity, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway said that all of the jurists on Trump’s short list for a nomination to the Supreme Court are respected for “not putting their […]

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‘So-Called’ Judge James Robart’s Dangerous Political Stunt: “Robart Opens a Wide Window to Allow Alien Terrorists to Enter America,” says D.C. Law Professor

“NO LEGAL BASIS” News provided by Professor Victor Williams, Chair of Law Professors and Lawyers for Trump, ©2017, originally posted at PRNewswire (Feb. 7, 2017) — BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 6, 2017/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Washington, D.C. attorney and law professor Victor Williams today issues a harsh condemnation of Judge James Robart’s suspension of President Trump’s travel ban.  “Robart pulled […]

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Report: Trump Might Nominate Sen. Ted Cruz for Attorney General

BUT IS HIS CITIZENSHIP STATUS SETTLED? by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 16, 2016) — Various reports citing Bloomberg News on Tuesday stated that President-elect Donald Trump not only met with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at Trump Tower, but also that Cruz is under consideration for U.S. Attorney General in the new administration. Cruz was a formidable […]

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Championing Trump’s Truth-Telling about “La Raza” Judge Curiel, Law Professor Victor Williams Endorses Trump and Announces a New Pro-Trump Super PAC

FOR EARLY RELEASE, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2016 by Victor Williams, Presidential Candidate, ©2016 (Jun. 7, 2016) — BETHESDA, Md., June 7, 2016  — As final GOP primary votes are cast in states from California to New Jersey, Law Professor Victor Williams issues a fulsome and unreserved endorsement of Donald Trump. Professor Williams began his June 7 […]

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Two Republican Candidates Suspend Campaigns, but a Third Has Not Conceded

CLAIMS CASE AGAINST CRUZ’S ELIGIBILITY “NOT MOOTED” by Sharon Rondeau (May 5, 2016) — On Wednesday night, write-in Republican candidate Victor Williams advised The Post & Email that he was not conceding the 2016 election despite Donald Trump’s decisive primary win in Indiana and the suspension of the campaigns of Ted Cruz and John Kasich. […]

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Exclusive: Atty. Mario Apuzzo Provides Update on Cruz Eligibility Challenges in New Jersey

SAYS JUDGE BASED DECISION ON “TRANSFORMATIONAL COCKTAIL” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 29, 2016) — In a brief but information-packed interview on Friday, New Jersey attorney Mario Apuzzo, who is now representing Republican write-in presidential candidate Victor Williams in his challenge to the constitutional eligibility of Sen. Ted Cruz in New Jersey, explained the steps he […]

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The Decisions in Elliott v. Cruz and Williams v. Cruz, Conclusion

“FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWED REASONING” by Joseph DeMaio, ©2016 (Apr. 26, 2016) — [Editor’s Note:  The following is a continuation of Joseph DeMaio’s detailed analysis of the outcome of two challenges to the constitutional eligibility of Sen. Ted Cruz, a Republican presidential candidate born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to a non-U.S.-citizen father and a presumed U.S.-citizen mother on […]

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The Decisions in Elliott v. Cruz and Williams v. Cruz

“A BLIND RUBBER-STAMPING” by Joseph DeMaio, ©2016 (Apr. 25, 2016) — Introduction No sooner had your faithful servant submitted the prior post here analyzing the myriad anomalies of the January 11, 2016 Congressional Research Service Report R4209732 entitled “Qualifications [sic] for President and the ‘Natural Born’ Citizenship [sic] Eligibility Requirement” when the news broke that […]

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New Jersey Ballot Challenge Report: Judge Did Not Review Briefs Submitted by Challengers

“IT’S RIGGED!!“ by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 16, 2016) — In an interview following an April 11 hearing in New Jersey in which two attorneys argued their contentions that presidential candidate Ted Cruz, who was born in Canada, is not a “natural born Citizen” and should therefore not appear on the state’s June 7 primary ballot, […]

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New Jersey Cruz Eligiblity Challengers File “Exceptions” to Judge’s Opinion

ALLEGATION:  JUDGE WAS “CHERRY-PICKED” BASED ON “PAST EXPERIENCE” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 13, 2016) — On Wednesday afternoon, The Post & Email received a message from Republican presidential candidate Victor Williams containing two documents he reported were filed in response to New Jersey Administrative Law Judge Jeff Masin’s opinion issued Tuesday evening stating that fellow […]