New Presidential Eligibility Challenge Filed with Supreme Court of Texas – “THEY WANT THE SYSTEM TO FAIL FIRST” | by Sharon Rondeau | ThePostEmail.com
“(Mar. 1, 2016) — On Tuesday, The Post & Email received a tip that an eligibility challenge was filed with the Supreme Court of Texas claiming that the constitutional process by which delegates are awarded to presidential candidates is broken.
Two individuals worked on the filing, with one having done the writing and the other the proofreading. In an exclusive interview, the writer told The Post & Email that the document is 113 pages long, is divided into three sections, contains a number of attachments, and was a year in the making.
Exclusive: 1974 Canadian Electors’ List Named Ted Cruz’s Parents on Voter Lists. Only Canadian Citizens Can Vote in Canada! Mother on Elector’s List Indicates She Possibly Declared Herself to Be a Canadian Citizen. Thus It Appears That Ted Had a Canadian Citizen (born Cuban) Father and Possibly Canadian Citizen (born U.S.) Mother Too. A Thorough Investigation by Congress of This Matter is Called For. Ted and the Cruz Family Must Open ALL Canadian Records for Scrutiny. Let’s See Ted’s Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA), if Ted Has One, which is Used to Perfect the Claim of U.S. Citizenship for a Child Born Abroad. We Cannot Sweep This Under the Rug Like was Done for Obama’s Lack of Constitutional Eligibility. We Have Plenty of Constitutionally Eligible Candidates. Ted Cruz is NOT one! Ted Cruz Admittedly Being Born in Canada is Pushing the Eligibility Claim “A Bridge Too Far” and He Cannot Constitutionally Serve in the Oval Office as President and Commander-in-Chief — No Matter How Much One Likes Him or Not!