Drudge Braves A “Birther” Link

Oh, I realize that on rare occasion Drudge has a “Birther” headline and link up – but it’s usually for a hot minute.  Except for Trump that is.  Lets see how long this is up.  The link on Drudge is to Alex Jones’ site – Prison Planet/Infowars.com:


Birthers are hailing a decision by a judge in Georgia that could see Barack Obama struck from the presidential state ballot if Obama fails to prove that he fulfils the ‘natural born citizen’ constitutional requirement to be President.

“Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi in the Office of State Administrative Hearings denied a motion by Obama asking to dismiss the complaint that seeks to keep his name off the state ballot during the March presidential primary. The judge’s decision now sets the stage for a Jan. 26 hearing on the issue in Fulton County,” reports the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.

It is frustrating though that Orly Tatiz is handling this.  Yes, she has put in years and an immense number of hours, but sadly, not wisely used in nearly every appearance before a judge.

No, I won’t knock Orly.  I just have a problem with persons who try to tip windmills by yelling at said windmills.  Which looks, sounds, and is, completely ineffective.  And makes everyone think you’re a nut.

She hurts the “movement” by those like myself who know that the constitutional natural born citizen issue should not be completely obscured or confused by the birth documents of one barack Hussein obama.  These are two separate issues, and should not be jumbled all up together in a cacophony of poorly delivered  screech.

I wish her luck though. 

Drudge Birther link


~ by ladysforest on January 4, 2012.

21 Responses to “Drudge Braves A “Birther” Link”

  1. Well, it’s 6 p.m. my time, and that story is still on Drudge. Wish he’d make it the top story in huge red letters at the top to draws the world’s attention.

  2. I read an article over on AmericanThinker about this and I didn’t see Orly mentioned. Yet in this PP writeup Orly takes full creds it seems. Weird.

    Well, I shall look into it a bit more.

    Drudge is kinda MSM, albeit conservative, but at least they don’t mock or insult us. I believe they just put the bigger ones up – like this should be – and Trumps foray, and try to keep it neutral.

  3. Here it is, from “ObamaReleaseYourRecords::

    “”As veteran Obama eligibility beat reporter Bob Unruh details at WND.com:

    While Obama’s attorney, Michael Jablonski, had argued that the requirements didn’t apply to candidates for a presidential primary, the judge said that isn’t how he reads state law.

    “Statutory provisions must be read as they are written, and this court finds that the cases cited by [Obama] are not controlling. When the court construes a constitutional or statutory provision, the ‘first step … is to examine the plain statutory language,” the judge wrote. “Section 21-2-1(a) states that ‘every candidate for federal and state office’ must meet the qualifications for holding that particular office, and this court has seen no case law limiting this provision, nor found any language that contains an exception for the office of president or stating that the provision does not apply to the presidential preference primary.”

    Swensson and Powell’s is one of three cases, Unruh again:

    The decision from Malihi came as a result of a series of complaints that were consolidated by the court. They were brought against Obama’s inclusion on the 2012 election primary ballot by David Farrar, Leah Lax, Cody Judy, Thomas Malaren and Laurie Roth, represented by attorney Orly Taitz; David Weldon represented by attorney Van R. Irion of Liberty Legal Foundation; and Carl Swensson and Kevin Richard Powell, represented by J. Mark Hatfield.

    As Sharon Rondeau explains in The Post & Email, standing was even granted the one mere voter’s case. Who would have thought that a Sovereign Citizen (actually, the highest position in the United States of America) would have such authority?

    Judge Malihi appeared to support Blanchard’s claim in his decision:

    Both the Secretary of State and the electors of Georgia are granted the authority under the Code to challenge the qualifications of a candidate. The challenge procedures are defined in Code Section 21-2-5(b), which authorizes any elector who is eligible to vote for a candidate to challenge the qualifications of the candidate by filing a written complaint with the Secretary of State within two weeks after the deadline for qualifying. O.C.G.A. § 21-2-5(b).

    A former secretary of state, Karen Handel, utilized the law when she disqualified someone from his candidacy for local office.

    This was one of three rulings of Mahili on these matters, yesterday. Another separated these three cases, at the request of the plaintiffs, which he had earlier lumped together into one. Swensson respectfully explained that the integrity of his particular case required separation from the methods of at least one other case’s attorney, Orly Taitz. And as for his own attorney, about their own particulars, “Mark has been doing a Hell of a job.” (statement left unvarnished since the job of doing Hell is one of God’s own works of justice, as such, due respect).””

    Full piece: http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2012/01/georgia-court-to-hear-obama-eligibility.html

  4. It’s funny, I was fixing to post this from the WND article. Looks like 3 different attorneys, which have to ask if I’m reading it correctly.

    “The decision from Malihi came as a result of a series of complaints that were consolidated by the court. They were brought against Obama’s inclusion on the 2012 election primary ballot by David Farrar, Leah Lax, Cody Judy, Thomas Malaren and Laurie Roth, represented by attorney Orly Taitz; David Weldon represented by attorney Van R. Irion of Liberty Legal Foundation; and Carl Swensson and Kevin Richard Powell, represented by J. Mark Hatfield.”

    1. For several people is Taitz

    2. for David Weldon is Van R. Irion of the LLF

    3. for Carl and Kevin is J. Mark Hatfield.

  5. Kittycat – your careful read of the motions is spot on.

    Judge Malihi issued an order to consolidate the three cases. Attorney’s Irion and Hatfiled filed motions to sever. The Judge granted the motions.

    Irion and Hatfield’s clients are only interested in settling the constitutional question of “natural born citizen”.

    The Taitz case, although it touches on “nbc”, also includes fraudulent activity including the SSN, Selective Service app and birth certificate.

    No matter the ruling on January 26, 2012 one of the parties will appeal Malihi’s ruling, which will then go to Georgia’s Superior Court. And when that judge rules that will be appealed landing the challenges in Georgia’s Supreme Court eventually ending in the SCOTUS.

    Certainly there are a plethora of potholes b/w here and there but that is the trajectory. Also it is important to know that all hearings will be held in state court systems until and/if it reaches SCOTUS.

    Irion and Hatfield’s cases will highly likely reach the Supreme Court for a ruling.

    I invite you and the readers here to checkout two sites. One is the Article II Legal Defense Fund. This entity has partnered with the Obama Ballot Challenge 2012 group to raise funds for state/constitutional attorney’s to represent willing ballot challengers. There are more in the works and most folks lodging these challenges could use some financial support.

    The second site is http://www.art2superpac.com This is a political entity that will be weighing in on the 2012 presidential/vice presidential elections. We are looking for volunteers to help us out with a variety of activities. Plus we are posting only first source documentation on all of the “nbc” legal activities.

    I hope y’all will stop by.

  6. I believe that the judge granted a motion to sever the cases allowing them to be considered individually.

    It will be interesting to see if any of the cases move forward. I remember several judges getting cold feet (from what or where) when it actually came time to examine the cases in court. It happened to Donofrio with his Chrysler case with Pidgeon, and in California.

    • Yep, but I do think that at least one of these is coming in from the NBC angle plain and simple. Good to see that.

  7. Check this out:


    So this is what Dean Haskins has been up to?

    • Yes, I saw that yesterday. I can’t/won’t comment on it except to say that I’ve been aware for some time that this action was likely to be taken.

      Not via Dean or the group he went to HI with though, they didn’t spill it. LOL – it was not through a “leaked” source at all, and I’m pleased that other researchers are keeping things quiet while they get their future plans figured out and implemented.

  8. Well, I heard about this first — honestly, I can’t remember. Might have been at FR, then here from your place with the birth index. I remember us talking about it several months back. Do you think that Barky used her BC, or you can’t really comment yet? I remember the story of your investigator going to talk to the mother.

  9. It is not something that I speculate on. Remember – I have a difficult time doing that sort of thing.

    I will only say that IF – IF – obama did not have a ordinary normal complete regular birth record at the DOH, Virginia’s number would be a good candidate to usurp.

  10. Obots are linked to my Virgina S posts now. It’s pretty telling that they only comment about it on their own little blog … hehehehehe.

    They’ve read all of this before, there is nothing new from me or the researcher that I worked with, so they can gnash their crooked dirty little teeth in vain today.

  11. FR is discussing this now too!


    • Yes, I’ve seen that. They haven’t linked here yet, but many over there have read the Virgina story here already.

  12. After going to WTPOUS, now I remember that FR was discussing this, and no one was supposed to be discussing it yet at that time. You and several other investigators had this information, and someone released it.

    So after that, you posted this on your blog with the photos and some facts about the investigation that was supposed to remain quiet until a certain time.

  13. LF & others,

    Check this out: http://www.birthersummit.org/news/73-was-baby-virginia-sunaharas-identity-stolen.html

  14. I like the spray on tan Zero has in the pick above the Birther link…

    • LOL! And the way his body is angled makes his face look even weirder. He looks orange, mid-sixties, and completely bald.

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