The facade continues to crumble...
The establishment media are not reporting this. Help make this news go viral!Something extraordinary and historic happened today.
On January 26, 2012, an administrative law judge in Atlanta, Georgia, conducted a hearing into whether a sitting President of the United States of America who’s seeking reelection should be allowed to have his name be placed on the electoral ballot of the state of Georgia this November.
In early January, Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi of the Administrative Court in Georgia, ruled that Obama’s motion to dismiss four eligibility lawsuits is denied. (See my post on this, here.) The judge also denied a motion filed by Obama’s attorney, Michael Jablonski, for Obama to not appear at the first hearing scheduled for Jan. 26.
On the eve of the hearing, Jablonski tried a desperate ploy. He sent a letter to Georgia’s Secretary of State Brain Kemp, arguing that the trial be taken away from Judge Malihi. Kemp denied Jablonski’s request.
And so the hearing would go as planned, beginning at 9:00 am, EST, this morning.
At 9:03 am, a court clerk came out and summoned the four attorneys to the judge’s chamber. They remained secluded for almost half an hour. At around 9:25 am, the four attorneys returned to their seats in the courtroom. Shortly after, Judge Michael Malihi came into the courtroom and began the hearing.
Now we know why the attorneys were summoned to the judge’s chamber and what happened.
Judge Malihi was prepared to enter a default judgment in favor of the plaintiffs because neither the defendant, Barack Obama, nor his lawyer Michael Jablonski bothered to show up!
But the attorneys for the plaintiffs persuaded the judge to conduct the hearing any way because they wanted to present their arguments so that those arguments and evidence would be entered into the court’s public records. That was smart of them.
Given the fact that, even before the hearing began, Judge Malihi already was prepared to rule against the defense, I think it’s safe to assume that he will rule in the plaintiffs’ favor.
In his interview after the hearing with Rev. James David Manning, one of the plaintiffs Carl Swensson confidently predicts that Judge Malihi will rule against the defendant and recommend to Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp that Barack Obama’s name NOT be placed on the state’s 2012 ballot. Swensson says Kemp has already indicated he will act in accordance with the judge’s ruling.
This means Obama will lose Georgia’s 16 Electoral College votes. More importantly, Georgia has now set an example for others to launch similar ballot challenges in other states.
Here are two on-the-scene reports, posted on the ObamaReleaseYourRecords website.