Supreme Court Denies Donofrio v. Wells Citizenship Challenge

Of course they did.

Like the more pragmatic conservatives (who at least admit the citizenship issue is valid) have been saying…there’s no way the Supremes would overturn an election, “disenfranchising” 69,000,000 voters. The idea that many of those voters might not appreciate being scammed by a non-naturally born citizen, doesn’t seem to matter. We’re stuck with Obama no matter how much he lied and cheated to get into the White House.

The AP reports:

At least one other appeal over Obama’s citizenship remains at the court. Philip J. Berg of Lafayette Hill, Pa., argues that Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii as Obama says and the Hawaii secretary of state has confirmed. Berg says Obama also may be a citizen of Indonesia, where he lived as a boy. Federal courts in Pennsylvania have dismissed Berg’s lawsuit.

I don’t expect anything to happen with that, either.

Your eyes can stop twitching now, Obama. You’re in the clear.

Hat tip: Yid With A Lid

One thought on “Supreme Court Denies Donofrio v. Wells Citizenship Challenge

  1. The Supreme Court filing (application, brief etc.) in the Connecticut Wrotnowski case is soooooo much better than that in the New Jersey Donofrio case (apparently hurredly written before the Nov 4 election) that I don’t think Team Obama should get too comfortable with the Court’s denial of the first case since the second case IS distributed for Dec 12 conference. How the heck can anyone effectively counter this (great work Leo):

    http://www.filesend.net/download.php?f=fb6dc015edba6d8ec689b56a06b79d0b

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