The Ghostfighters

December 27, 2010

The very first SCOTUS Chief Justice was John Jay – SCOTUS ARE CALLING HIM A LIER

IT APPEARS THE SUPREME COURT WILL CONFERENCE JANUARY 7TH REGARDING OBAMA’S ELIGIBILITY TO BE PRESIDENT http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=191017

 

The very first SCOTUS Chief Justice was John Jay. Now isn’t it supposed to be true that John Jay sent a letter dated 7/25/1787 to George Washington addressing the qualifications to be president and to be specific Natural Born Citizen and the very important role NBC means to the office of the president and Commander of the military. Sometimes the most simple things are under ones nose. The very first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court already understood the definition of Natural Born Citizen as intended by the Founding Fathers! The current members of the SCOTUS must be aware of this, after all this is American History. Could this be the main reason why the SCOTUS is engaging in Constitutional dereliction of duty? Natural Born Citizen had been validated by the very first Chief Justice John Jay!

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  1. Barack Hussein Obama wasn’t born in a Oahu, Hawaii hospital nor on any part of the United States, therefore he is not legally qualified under the U.S. Constitution to be the president.

    James G. Borden
    Newsletter Editor
    AMERICAN PATRIOTS’ MOVEMENT OF AMERICA
    National Headquarters
    Hilo, Hawaii 96720

    Comment by James G. Borden — December 27, 2010 @ 5:34 am | Reply


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