ATLANTA – Last Thursday marked an interesting day in history; one in which three attorneys Van Irion, Mark Hatfield (r), who is also a Republican Georgia State Representative, and Dr. Orly Taitz presented their cases before Georgia Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi regarding Barack Obama’s constitutional ineligibility and their respective requests to have him stricken from the Georgia primary ballot.
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In fact, after a failed attempt to have the subpoena quashed, Obama’s attorney Michael Jablonski sent a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp on Jan. 25, the day before the hearing, requesting Kemp withdraw the hearing request.
Jablonski claimed the challenges to Obama’s eligibility to hold the office of president or run for reelection were based “on the now wholly discredited theory that he does not meet the citizenship requirements.”
Read More at Sonoran News. By Linda Bentley