Media to Americans: ‘Nothing to see here’

Media to Americans: ‘Nothing to see here’

WND ^ | January 28, 2012 | Jack Minor

Posted on Saturday, January 28, 2012 1:23:55 PM by yoe

The mainstream media appears to have been put under a “cone of silence” about the first court proceeding to enter into the record evidence that Barack Obama is ineligible to be president based on the Constitution’s requirement that that office be occupied only by a “natural-born citizen.”

Georgia administrative law judge Michael Malihi on Thursday heard evidence from a variety of witnesses on why the president’s name should not appear on the Georgia state ballot for the 2012 election.

Earlier in the month, the judge had issued a subpoena for the president to appear before his court to answer challenges to his eligibility as a candidate.

Georgia law permits the secretary of state and “any elector who is eligible to vote for a candidate” in the state to challenge the qualifications of any candidate.

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via Media to Americans: ‘Nothing to see here’.

 

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2 Responses to Media to Americans: ‘Nothing to see here’

  1. Pingback: Please contact Obama’s Georgia eligibility judge and thank him for standing up for the Constitution | American Freedom

  2. Pingback: (“According to preliminary reports, Judge Malihi issued a default judgment against Obama and will recommend to the Georgia Secretary of State that Obama’s name not appear on the Georgia ballot starting with the March 6th Georgia Democratic primary

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