Read: Document Filed In Federal Lawsuit Against Ted Cruz ‘Eligibility’

Read: Document Filed In Federal Lawsuit Against Ted Cruz ‘Eligibility’

In an interview this past Friday, the Attorney for the plaintiffs, Thomas Drake II, told Fox6 News that it is his contention that Cruz does not satisfy the requirements of the Constitution to be a ‘natural-born’ citizen of the Unites States of America. 

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) chairs a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing titled “The War on Police: How the Federal Government Undermines State and Local Law Enforcement.” November 17, 2015. Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL.

 

On February 3rd, five Cullman County Alabama voters filed a federal lawsuit seeking a judgement declaring that Ted Cruz IS NOT ineligible to run for the President of the United States.  The lawsuit states there is sufficient evidence to prove that Cruz was, in fact, born IN Canada making him a Canadian citizen an NOT an American citizen.

The plaintiffs in the Alabama case argue and stipulate that the Second Article, First Section of the Constitution, uses the words ‘natural born’ – meaning ‘native born within the geographical borders of the United States of America or its territories and/or protectorate regions’.

Page one of the Federal Court Lawsuit Documents Filed Against Senator Ted Cruz on Feb. 3rd, 2016

Page one of the Federal Court Lawsuit Documents Filed Against Senator Ted Cruz on Feb. 3rd

Read page two of the Federal Lawsuit Documents filed in Alabama Court on February 3rd, 2016 against Senator Ted Cruz alleging his Ineligibility to run for POTUS

Click here or on the image to read page two of the Federal Lawsuit Documents filed in Alabama Court on February 3rd, 2016.

CLICK HERE TO READ PAGE 2 OF 3 OF FEDERAL COURTS DOCUMENTS FILED AGAINST TED CRUZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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