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some silver lining

Posted on | February 4, 2012 | 4 Comments

since I was able to enter into the record all of the exhibits and all of the witness testimony, I can now send it to other states, to their secretaries of states, their attorneys general and their sheriffs and grand juries.

Regardless  of what happens in GA, we got all of this irrefutable evidence of crimes on the record. I need your help in moving along. I just spent $110 on Fedex to send to just one Sec of state. The package is over 200pp. I need your help in meeting with members of county, state and federal grand juries and phycically handing them the evidence. We know, that the grand juries get manipulated, but there is more of a chance of meeting some honest people. It is extremely hard to find honest people among our corrupt officials and judges.

PS Idid Kathy Wepner show today and one TV interview, it will be up shortly.

Now the main goal is Sec of State of GA


4 Responses to “some silver lining”

  1. Kelly
    February 5th, 2012 @ 6:47 am

    Send all evidence to Congressman Darrell Issa from Calif since he is going to be launching investigation into Obama and the Solyndra debacle. It wouldn’t hurt to try since the evidence has already been admitted into court record and he just might be interested to know these facts about Obama. Something must be done about this criminal!

  2. Insight
    February 5th, 2012 @ 7:02 am

    Which secretary of state? When should we start writing letters?

  3. Alec
    February 5th, 2012 @ 7:58 am

    When the judge’s Kenyan-based, er, I mean Ankeny-based ruling was first announced, I went into a state of outraged shock, at the absolute injustice, illogic, and audacity of this declaration of dictatorship. After a couple of days of reflection, I now see the situation as a victory. The evidence is in the court record, and the historical record, and is there for the entire world to see. This is the largest step forward since this struggle for truth has begun. Your appeal to the SOS is another masterpiece. Your immediate determination to move forward was an inspiration, the mark of greatness. I would guess that many former Obama supporters, “liberal” attorneys reading the specifics of this case, are doing some soul-searching right now. The violations of state law, Constitutional law, and natural law, and common sense, are so very egregious, they must rattle some of the most dogmatic of “liberal” attorneys. Congratulations on this victory.

  4. John_Puma
    February 5th, 2012 @ 8:31 am

    You want silver lining Obama just gave everyone precedence to not have to show up to court without penalty even when subpoenaed.

    When writing and calling kemp try reminding him Obama acted above the law and stepped all over the court to make them look like fools. Not sure the courts and SOS would like to know they are weak and were made to look like fools.

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