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There migth still be some hope
5 years ago

Just wanted to get this in before I leave for my annual Rio vacation.  There migth still be some hope for political justice, I ran into the follwoing article by mistake, see ya guys in mid Januray ;


Breaking news! Supreme Court of CA to rule whether Obama should be
declared illegitimate for the U.S. Presidency due to his use of forged
IDs and a fraudulently obtained CT Social Security number. Loss of 55 CA electoral votes will certainly mean new elections in the U.S.

After originally refusing to hear the case under the original jurisdiction, Supreme Court of California was persuaded by Attorney
and Candidate for the U.S. Senate Dr. Orly Taitz to take on a
case Noonan, Judd, MacLaren, Taitz v Bowen under the provisions of the
California Constitution, which allow Supreme Court of California to hear
special cases under the Original Jurisdiction. Docket excerpt is below.
Case number is S 207078 Noonan v Bowen. Attorney Orly Taitz.

This case is brought on behalf of four plaintiffs, all of whom have
perfect standing. Edward Noonan won the American Independent Party
Presidential Primary in CA and certificate of his win was submitted to
the court. Keith Judd is a Democratic Party candidate for the U.s.
Presidency, registered with the FEC, he was a runner up to Barack Obama
in West Virginia Democratic Party Primary with 40% of the vote, Thomas
Gregory Macleran was a Republican candidate for President, registered
with the FEC. Attorney and Doctor Orly Taitz was a candidate for the
U.S. Senate in CA.

This case has two premises.

First. Plaintiffs provided the court with evidence of nearly One and
a half million invalid voter registrations in the state of California.
Such a large number of invalid votes justifies STAY of certification of the results.

Can you believe over one and a half MILLION invalid voter registrations in the state???

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