Obama being born out of an apple pie in the middle of a Kansas wheat field as Toby Keith sings the National Anthem—such are the contents of an amicus brief filed by an Alabama Democrat Party that has resorted to ridicule in responding to the Obama eligibility case McInnish-Goode v Chapman, which will be held in front of Judge Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court! In an exclusive story reported by WND reporter Drew Zahn, the flippant nature of this brief indicates that the Obama team will be unable to brush off legitimate questions about how he can serve as a U.S. President without showing legitimate and verifiable evidence of eligibility!
Brought by Virgil Goode and Hugh McInnish, the case seeks to force Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman to verify eligibility of all candidates on the 2012 ballot. Reporter Zahn points out that in 2010, Judge Moore (the “Ten Commandments” judge) remarked to WND about people who rely on their feelings to ascertain the fact that Obama is U.S.-born. “This is the strangest thing…the president has never produced evidence in the face of substantial evidence he was not born in our country,” said Judge Moore.
A Florida eligibility lawsuit brought by Attorney Larry Klayman on behalf of his client (Michael C. Voeltz) was filed on April 29, 2013 (case no. SC 13-560) in Florida’s First District Court of Appeals. “No physical paper copy has ever been presented to firmly establish Respondent Obama was indeed born within the United States,” maintains Klayman in the suit that asks the Court to direct Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner to issue an opinion regarding BHO’s eligibility to serve as president! This latest action asks for reinstatement of Voeltz v. Obama, ”which was improperly dismissed by court order dated 2-8-2013.” The Florida case points out that Obama’s father was a British subject born in Kenya, which was a British colony at the time of birth of Obama, Jr. “The U.S. Supreme Court has defined this term (NBC) to mean a child born to two citizen parents (R.245-260). . .Obama is not an NBC as required by the U.S. Constitution and therefore ineligible to be President.”
Earlier court filings include the sworn affidavit of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, dated June 12, 2012, stating that Obama’s online birth certificate is a “computer generated document, manufactured electronically, and that did not originate in paper format as claimed by the White House.” Arpaio swears under oath that he and his investigators have found probable cause of document forgery, meaning that the certificate cannot be used as a legal verification for Barack Obama’s date, place, or circumstances of birth!
“It would be paradoxical beyond measure if the real and grave question of the legitimacy of the de facto President, a question which lies at the very heart of our American Constitutional Government, were left unresolved for want of the simplest of documents, a birth certificate,” states Klayman in the Alabama suit.
We’ll soon find out if the State Supreme Court agrees with him.
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