An attorney's plea to Congress highlights how evidence shows court clerks played a role in Tuesday's decision by the SCOTUS to deny an Obama eligibility lawsuit.
Potentially crushing the hope for change the birther movement has long been waiting for, Supreme Court clerks allegedly withheld crucial evidence from at least 5 of the 9 Supreme Court justices, as they made preparations to determine which cases to address and which to throw out for 2013.
As a result, the lack of information about the evidence being presented by the plaintiffs likely played a substantial role in Tuesday's decision by the Supreme Court to deny allowing the case, No. 12A606, Edward Noonan, et al., Applicants v. Deborah Bowen, California Secretary of State, to move forward on the docket.
Filed in December of 2012 by the plaintiff's attorney, Dr. Orly Taitz, on behalf of three former 2012 presidential candidates, Edward Noonan, Thomas Gregory MacLeran and Keith Judd, the lawsuit was alleging Obama was using forged government IDs and a fraudulent social security number in order to run for the nation's highest office.
In addition to various other compelling pieces of evidence mentioned in the application, the goal was to convince the Supreme Court there may be enough to clearly show Obama as being ineligible and thus unable to legally collect the votes received in California specifically, during 2012's presidential election.
Birthers closely following along were given a breath of fresh air when a move to have the case dismissed by Justice Kennedy on December 13, only two days after the lawsuit was originally filed, was overturned a couple weeks later by Chief Justice Roberts on December 26. It then became apparent the case would make it all the way to yesterday's final cut-downs and potentially given credence as a reasonable application.
This meant the birther movement was finally going to have its day in court because all nine justices were going to be finally reviewing all of the most compelling evidence that has mounted over the years against Obama's eligibility and would therefore be determining whether or not to move forward with the evidence presented.
Although various lower court cases have heard and subsequently dismissed multitudes of arguments against Obama's presidential eligibility, since even prior to the president's original inauguration in early 2009, more and more damning evidence continues to mount in favor of the assertion Obama lacks legal eligibility and it seems as though the court clerks, responsible for making sure all nine Supreme Court Justices received the information necessary to make that determination for themselves, must have agreed with the birthers.
Sabotaging a case that had a real chance of actually being addressed by the highest court in the land, records filed by the plaintiff's attorney indicate that the court's clerks illegally failed to forward multiple documents submitted to the court by the plaintiff for review by the justices.
As a result of never receiving the information, which included multiple pages of pleadings and a supplemental brief that included even more evidence not in the original filing, multiple justices were left with no choice but to deny the case without ever having seen the evidence in question.
Outraged by the seemingly successful attempt to heist the ability to present the evidence to the court, a demand for an investigation into the illegal withholding of evidence has already been forwarded by the plaintiff's attorney to Congressman Goodlatte, Chair of the Congressional Judiciary Committee, as well as multitudes of other members of the House of Representatives.
With Congress hovering around a 10% approval rating however and the mainstream media already having successfully implanted the inaccurate assertion in America's collective psyche that so-called "birthers" are a fringe collective, consisting of mostly racists and conspiracy theorists, the situation becomes even more unclear at this point as to the likelihood anyone in Congress, or anyone else for that matter, will answer the call of duty and truly attempt to do anything about it.
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