Today (2008-12-05), the Supreme Court justices will consider a lawsuit that alleges Senator Barack Obama was not qualified to be on the New Jersey ballot. The lawsuit was filed by attorney Leo Donofrio who is questioning Obama’s citizenship.
The high court hearing comes just 10 days before the Electoral College meets to certify the election results. And, finally, the MSM has offered some limited coverage of this monumental Supreme Court hearing (see the links below).
Also, according to WorldNetDaily, more than 60,000 letters were sent to U.S. Supreme Court. These letters, one for each of the nine justices, delivered urgent requests to review Obama’s citizenship.
Moreover, on Monday, December 8, 2008, at 1:30 pm EST, the We The People Foundation will conduct a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
The licensed attorneys who initiated lawsuits in PA (Philip Berg), NJ (Leo Donofrio), and CA (Orly Taitz), challenging Mr. Obama’s legal eligibility to hold the Office of President of the United States, will briefly summarize the facts, legal arguments, and status of their cases. They will answer questions from the press.
Prior to the start of the conference, at 10 am, the US Supreme Court is expected to announce whether it will consider applications from these attorneys who have asked the Court to delay the proceedings of the Electoral College pending a determination of the underlying constitutional question – the meaning of the “natural born citizen” clause of Article II of the Constitution and its application to Mr. Obama.
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