Executive summary: Laity says, "I've wasted your time before, and am prepared to waste more time!"Laity wrote:“A PATTERN OF UNLAWFUL USURPATIONS”
This letter serves to confirm my telephonic contact and the discussion that ensued with your office on November 25, 2019. The gist of said discussion was regarding the 2020 Presidential election. I apprised your office that I had sued the State of New York in 2008, 2012 and 2016 regarding the appearance of candidates, on the ballot, for the Office of President who did not meet the established and longstanding U.S. Supreme Court definition of the Article II, U.S. Constitution term of art “Natural Born Citizen”.Rondeau wrote:[Editor’s Note: Early Wednesday morning, The Post & Email received the following letter, with a separate signed signature page, from Robert Laity, a P&E reader and constitutional activist who previously sued in New York State courts and wrote to the U.S. Supreme Court over the Article II, Section 1, clause 5 “natural born Citizen” presidential criterion which he believes has not been met by numerous recent presidential candidates. One such candidate, Barack Hussein Obama, served two terms in the Oval Office and produced a “long-form” birth certificate image which was deemed fraudulent by a five-year criminal investigation.
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Laity’s second issue is the New York State Board of Elections’ misrepresentation of the “natural born Citizen” requirement, which the agency expresses as “born a citizen,” a discrepancy he has attempted to bring to the Board’s attention for more than a decade. An inquiry as to the wording’s departure from that which is stated in Article II made by this publication more than two years ago similarly received no response.
Laity is author of “Imposters in the Oval Office[.]”]
Pursuant to Article II, U.S. Constitution no person except one who is a “Natural Born Citizen” of the United States is eligible to enter into the office of President of the United States. The U.S. Supreme Court has defined the term “Natural Born Citizen” as “One born in the United States to parents who are both U.S. Citizens themselves”- Minor v. Happersett, USSCt. (1874) (9-0).
Furthermore, in 2008 I formally notified this board that it was misrepresenting the Article II constitutional qualification criteria for being President, on it’s official website, as being “born a citizen”. The proper and appropriate legal term of art and U.S. Constitutional language is “Natural Born Citizen”. The two terms of art “born a citizen” and “Natural born citizen” are not tantamount. I further notified your office that the State of NY is facing a third lawsuit, which
I am prepared to file in the 2020 election cycle. Since 2008, no less then (7) ineligible candidates have ran for the office of the President of the United States in derogation of the U.S. Constitution. Those people are Barack Obama and John McCain in 2008, Barack Obama again in 2012, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Bobby Jindal in 2016 and now in 2020 Tulsi Gabbard and Kamala Harris. A pattern of unlawful usurpations has now become evident on it’s face. Placing ineligible candidates on the NY State ballot is in derogation of NY State Election Law Sec. 61-122 (2)
I trust that you will take the appropriate and necessary corrective actions concerning these recidivistic attempts to circumvent the constitutional controls which were instituted by the founding fathers, against foreign influence into the sovereign affairs of the United States of America. The NY State Board was apprised eleven years ago of the misrepresentation of eligibility criteria on it’s website. The States continued refusal to correct that error after eleven years is malfeasant.
I'm a little surprised that Laity didn't throw in Yang as well. (There are "concerns" his parents weren't U.S. citizens when he was born (in New York).)
"For completeness," New York's primary will be held on April 28, 2020.