Mr. Schreiber’s Update: Mr. Berg Goes to Washington, CitizenWells, Phillip Berg, Possible Obama Fraud Against America
Jeff Schreiber has a new update this morning regarding the Berg v. Obama lawsuit that is challenging Sen. Obama’s eligibility to hold the Office of the Presidency.
There are three locations where one can get the most accurate and current information regarding the Berg v. Obama lawsuit:
As we know, Philip Berg’s efforts in the lower court were not successful. The action was dismissed NOT because the merits of the accusations against Sen. Obama were found to be untrue, but on a technical legal point. The court held that Mr. Berg did not have Standing to bring the suit. In my recent letter of appreciation to Philip Berg (for having the courage to bring this suit), I suggested that everyone contact the other candidates who are currently running to get them to join the lawsuit against the possibility that an egregious fraud has been perpetrated on the American people. Today, I would also like to suggest that everyone contact the candidates who ran in the primaries in the Democratic Primary. Broadly, it’s the nexus of injury, causation, and redress as related to the plaintiff that the courts are looking at.
Voters evidently don’t have enough connection to the alleged election fraud, which is disappointing. However, the other candidates surely would have sufficient standing to challenge another candidate’s possible blatant disregard of the U.S. Constitution’s requirements for holding the Office of President of the United States.
Back to Jeff Schreiber’s update:
Today, should everything go according to plan, only five days after his federal lawsuit against Illinois Sen. Barack Obama was dismissed for lack of standing from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, attorney Philip Berg will file his appeal in Philadelphia and, once it is docketed with the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, will travel to Washington, D.C. to file a Petition for Writ of Certiorari with the United States Supreme Court.
There, Berg says, should things progress on schedule, he will be accompanied by a television crew from Fox News Channel.
“Despite the setback we received on Friday,” Berg said, “I feel as though we really do have momentum here. And, while this course of action may not be your standard fare, I think that we’re too close to the election and too close to a constitutional crisis in America to not pursue this to the best of our ability.”
The non-standard course of action Berg mentioned, it seems, is the concept of appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court without first exhausting all options at the Circuit Court level. By appealing at the Third Circuit, the case could have been heard by a panel of three judges, if not more, and then taken to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary. Still, Berg insists that due to the argument schedules at the Third Circuit and the nation being less than a week removed from Election Day, the chance of his action against Barack Obama being heard in time is slim at best….
All that being said, Berg says, he takes heart in knowing that while the law as it stands now may be difficult to overcome, he is at the very least arguing from the perspective of America’s founders and in the best interests of the American people.
“Should my case be heard, and it should,” Berg said, “Barack Obama will need to argue that the American people have no right to challenge whether or not a candidate for president of the United States actually is constitutionally eligible, in the eyes of our founding fathers, to serve in the office of the presidency. That’s not right. That’s not right at all. If the American people are not injured by a fraudulent candidate collecting $600 million while campaigning for an office he cannot constitutionally hold, if the American people do not have standing, then who does?”
Thank you all who are working tirelessly to protect America at home and abroad!