Orly Taitz, the naturalized-citizen birther provocateur from Moldavia, is trying to get Obama thrown off the state ballot. Her argument is, yet again, that Obama is allegedly not a natural-born citizen, according to the constitutional requirement.
Georgia state Judge Michael Malihi issued a subpoena for President Obama to defend himself against the Taitz suit… Obama’s legal team ignored the subpoena [...]
During the evidentiary court proceedings last Thursday, Malihi chastised Taitz for pleading the case to the cameras in the courtroom, instead of to him. He also “cut her off,” according to the AJC, when she – in what must have been a rich, comic moment – tried to act as both an attorney and witness at the same time.
The ballot eligibility hearing concluded with the decision ultimately being left to Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Kemp ominously warned White House lawyers, “If you and your client [President Obama] choose to suspend your participation [in the hearing] … please understand that you do so at your own peril.” [...]
[A] federal judge in the Peach State fined [Taitz] $20,000 last year for filing frivolous lawsuits challenging Obama’s eligibility to be president. [...]
Realistically, it is unlikely that Georgia or any state will be allowed to remove President Obama’s name from the ballot. If it does happen, we will face a constitutional crisis. [...]
If that were to happen, the beloved Ray Charles song “Georgia on My Mind” should be changed to “Georgia Out of My Mind.”
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