Sheriff Joe to testify at Florida Obama eligibility hearing tomorrow

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A Florida court will have a hearing tomorrow (Monday) morning, beginning at 9 a.m., on Voeltz v. Obama — the latest challenge to Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility to be on the November ballot.
Judge Terry Lewis, best known for presiding over the 2000 Bush v. Gore election dispute, will consider arguments from attorney Larry Klayman and attorneys for the Obama campaign. The hearing will focus on Obama’s claim to be a “natural born citizen,”” as required under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution. Monday’s event is just to hear a motion for dismissal and debate the nature of the “natural born Citizen” requirement for the Presidency. Win or lose, this case will likely be appealed and will drag out much dirty laundry.
Florida is a must-win “swing state” for “Obama.” If he is not on the ballot, he simply cannot win. If he is successfully challenged here, or even nearly-successfully, it will create a host of problems in other states.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio will testify for the plaintiff.
WND-TV will provide gavel-to-gavel, live video coverage of the hearing.
Sign up now to get access to WND-TV’s special free, live-stream page prior to the hearing. After you sign up, WND will notify you via e-mail how to access the live-streaming of the hearing.
WND-TV has been designated by the court as the official pool TV service providing all other TV stations and networks with feeds.
H/t ObamaReleaseYourRecords

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0 responses to “Sheriff Joe to testify at Florida Obama eligibility hearing tomorrow

  1. I’ll watch the hearing, but after Georgia judge Michael Malihi’s betrayal, I don’t have my hopes up either. 🙁

    • 9:00a: Live-streaming from the courtroom has begun. Go here:
      9:05a: Judge appears. Confers with the two attorneys at the bench.
      9:10a: Obama’s attorney, a red-faced white-haired white dude, requests the judge to dismiss the case. He argues that Obama had already been certified by the DNC in 2008. (Ha! We all know that was a crock. See: He’s also going on and on about the minutiae of Florida’s electoral rules/laws on placement of candidates’ names on a ballot. His main argument is that it is the U.S. Congress — not courts — who is “qualified” to “judge” the presidential candidacy of anyone.
      9:16a: Plaintiff’s attorney (a dark-haired bespectacled white dude) argues that anyone can challenge the nomination and the certification of a candidate. More importantly, Florida did not hold a state Democratic Party convention to properly nominate or certify Obama’s presidential candidacy — in 2008 and 2012.
      In other words, the two attorneys are arguing about the raison d’etre of the hearing, i.e., whether this hearing should even be held.
      9:23a: Another Obama’s attorney, a blond white dude (whom I shall refer to as POS henceforth for all of The Fraud’s attorneys) argues that questions about the eligibility of a sitting POTUS can only be raised for reason of misconduct or fraud (conveniently ignoring Article II of the US Constitution on “natural born citizenship”!) POS argues that a post-hoc (i.e., after Obama is already POTUS) determination of ineligibility would nullify everything that he’s done while POTUS. (Hey, POS, that is the general idea.)
      Now, the attorneys are arguing about “natural born citizen”.
      I gotta go do my morning chores. Be back in about an hour!

  2. 12n: Judge back on the bench. Sound keeps breaking up. White-haired POS requesting judge to dismiss the case “with prejudice”, and reiterates the reasons he’d already given earlier this morning.
    Now the bespectacled plaintiff’s attorney gives his rebuttal. Seems also to be reiterating points made earlier, that the state of Florida never had a Democratic convention certifying Obama’s presidential candidacy.
    Sound keeps breaking; I can hear only every other syllable. Given the judge’s stupid questions (as noted by Terry), I have no doubt he will dismiss the case. All this is just theater, a charade.

  3. The judge says he’ll give his decision next Monday. Both sides have made it clear that no matter his decision the case will be appealed to a higher court.
    I have no doubt that “the higher court” will simply dismiss the plaintiff’s appeal, just as what happened in Georgia.
    I’m just glad I didn’t waste a lot of my time this morning watching the live feed. [snark]

  4. We might as well face it, the only hope of getting rid of the disgrace currently occupying the White House is to vote his Kenyan communist ass out in November.
    And it wouldn’t hurt my feelings if John Bonehead’s constituents voted him out of office as well, as I see him as the Dear Ruler’s Number One enabler.

    • Terry,
      John Boehner may as well be the Invisible Man, as he has been AWOL for the last 18 months.
      Obama is screwing the lid on America’s coffin at a merry clip, and that worthless idiot is not only handing him the screws, but supplying him with fresh batteries for his cordless screwdriver.
      And Mickey Kan’t-do and Mitch McDummass are no better.

  5. edward oleander

    I realized just now that this is one of those areas where people from the left and right can actually put their feet in each other’s shoes…
    The eligibility question has been an especially frustrating one on this board… and it tastes exactly like how us Libs felt when Bush was declared the winner in Florida in 2000… We howled in fury, and were told it’s over and done, just get over it.
    Just what would we do as a nation, if ANY President were found to be ineligible years after their term was done? What about laws that President signed? Or wars fought? Or criminals pardoned? Gods, what a nightmare…


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