-->

Friday, January 3, 2014

What Do 175 Federal District Court Judges Have In Common?



Above is a map of the Eleven (11) Federal Judicial Circuits which comprise the U.S. Court System. Sitting in those Eleven Circuits are some Six Hundred Seventy Five (675) Federal District Court Judges.  And what do One Hundred Seventy Five (175) of those District Court Judges have in common?

Those 175 judges have now all received a copy of Doug Vogt's affidavit which forensically establishes probable cause to believe that Barack Hussein Obama's certificates of live birth are forgeries.  The cover letter accompanying the affidavit asks each Judge to refer the evidence contained in Doug’s 95 page public affidavit -- and 75 page sealed affidavit -- to a Grand Jury to investigate.

The list of those Judges who have received Doug's affidavit can be seen here.

The result of this extraordinary effort --funded by small donations from across the country -- will be illuminative regardless of the outcome.  Either: (i) at least one of those 175 judges will see their way to allowing a Grand Jury to do its job and issue the subpoenas which will dispositively prove one way or the other whether Obama's certificates of live birth are forgeries or (ii) We The People will now know we are living under the very tyranny that eight generations of Americans have since the Declaration of Independence pledged their "Lives, Fortunes, and sacred Honor" to dispel as We The People no longer have access to the Grand Jury to investigate government malfeasance.

So I now echo the 1776 sentiments of Thomas Jefferson, paraphrased for 2014:
Believe me, dear Sir: there is not a man in [these United States] who more cordially loves [the] Union than I do. But, by the God that made me, I will cease to exist before I yield to a connection [to that Union] on such terms as the [Federal Judiciary now] propose; and in this, I think I speak the sentiments of America.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bully!

Anonymous said...

The eyes of Texas are upon you...

Anonymous said...

Were they sent via certified mail, restricted delivery?

Anonymous said...

So it has been almost a month now and not a single update. I think I can guess what the responses have all been. :snicker - snicker:

Anonymous said...

Vogt's petition in the 9th Circuit was denied, he filed for rehearing.

Zunair zain said...

The subject of district court has been covered intensively by the world press over the past decade. The constantly changing fashionable take on district court demonstrates the depth of the subject. While it has been acknowledged that it has an important part to play in the development of man, it is impossible to overestimate its impact on modern thought.

Anonymous said...

Well, assuming Doug's pile of steaming cow manure is docketed in the first place we can anticipate that in re Douglas Vogt will be history in about two months.

Post a Comment

Play nice!