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Judge David O carter, Obama not president, January 20, 2009, US Constitution, 20th Amendment, Joe Biden president, Obama not qualified, Chief Justice, John Roberts, US Supreme Court, Oath of office

To: Judge David O. Carter All judges, congressmen, state election officials and citizens of the United States From: Citizen Wells On January 19, 2009 I posted the following article regarding the constitutional requirements to be sworn in as President of the United states, POTUS. There is much confusion about this among citizens, congressmen and most scarily, judges. The key phrase below is: This comes direct from the 20th Amendment to the US Constitution. “or if the President elect shall have failed to qualify, then the Vice President elect shall actRead More


LIGHTFOOT, GAIL, ET AL. V. BOWEN, CA SEC. OF STATE, January 26, 2009, US Supreme Court, Stay denied, Chief Justice, John Roberts, Dr. Orly Taitz

** Update Below ** Dr. Orly Taitz’ Application for stay in Lightfoot Vs Bowen has been denied by the US Supreme Court: MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 2009 CERTIORARI — SUMMARY DISPOSITIONS ORDERS IN PENDING CASES 08A524 LIGHTFOOT, GAIL, ET AL. V. BOWEN, CA SEC. OF STATE The application for stay addressed to The Chief Justice and referred to the Court is denied.   http://www.supremecourtus.gov/orders/courtorders/012609zor.pdf Thanks to Zach for the heads up. ** UPDATE from DR. Orly Taitz ** For immediate press release 01.26.09. Dear fellow Americans and Patriots, as you probablyRead More


Obama not president, January 20, 2009, US Constitution, 20th Amendment, Joe Biden president, Obama not qualified, Chief Justice, John Roberts, US Supreme Court, Oath of office

US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and President Elect Barack Obama   According to the US Constitution, the supreme law of the land, Barack Obama will not be President of the United States at 12:00 noon on January 20, 2009. No Chief Justice administering the oath of office, no oath sworn by a “president elect” makes one president. There are 3 mandatory requirements to achieve a legal inauguration. A qualified president elect. Sufficient votes by the Electoral College. Certification and count of Electoral College votes by Congress.   AtRead More