We have written before (here, here, and here) about the controversy surrounding the place and circumstances of Barack Obama’s birth. The struggle to determine Barack Obama’s eligibility is taking place on several fronts, mostly legal. As to his fitness in the national security sense read more here….
To be sure there are plenty of legal scholars advising that this will never gain traction in the courts and is a waste of time. However the battle is not over and the pot is still boiling. The most complete, and most level headed, discussion of these issues can be found at America’s Right blog written by Jeff Schreiber, a law student and legal writer. (be sure to read his articles and his sidebar index of links)
Recent developments can be followed at Hillary and Me blog where we find a new approach by forensic psychologist Dr. T.B. Bradley. He alleges fraud by Stanley Ann Dunham, Obama’s mother, in that she falsely claimed Hawaii as the place of birth for Obama and his sister Maya Soetero.
….Obama’s Mother engaged in a pattern of illegal and fraudulent conduct as
a result of both of her two children’s birth outside of the United States: (1) Obama, Jr. born in Kenya Africa and (2) Maya
Soetoro born in Jakarta Indonesia, but the mother, a US Citizen, raced to Hawaii after each of her children’s birth where
she engaged in fraudulent conduct upon the United States by declaring a late registration birth for both children claiming
that they were born in Hawaii.
In addition to the Phillip Berg and Andy Martin investigations there is the suit now before the U.S. Supreme Court brought by New Jersey resident Leo Donofrio. His suit hangs on the thread that New Jersey’s Secretary of State illegally certified the eligibility of Obama’s candidacy.
….Leo Donofrio, a retired attorney acting Pro Se, sued Nina Mitchell Wells, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, demanding the Secretary execute her statutory and Constitutional duties to police the security of ballots in New Jersey from fraudulent candidates ineligible to hold the office of President of the United States due to their not being “natural born citizens” as enumerated in Article 1, Section 2, of the US Constitution.