When asked what type of government had been created by the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin replied, “A Republic, if you can keep it.” Well, Ben, apparently we didn’t keep it. The First Amendment guarantees American citizens the right to petition for the governmental redress of grievances (a “minor” issue that factored heavily in the Revolutionary War).
A growing swell of Americans has spent well over two years petitioning our government for redress of a grievance—that Barack Obama is not constitutionally eligible to hold the office of president. That was based on his nearly non-existent documentation, and that his father was a British subject when Obama the lesser was born (and, therefore, not a natural born Citizen, as the Constitution requires). Much has been written on the subject, and many forms of communication have been directed to our elected officials about it. To date, not one of those queries has resulted in anything even resembling the truth, as they’ve essentially told us that our petition of this grievance isn’t worthy of their time or energy. I know that, often, the truth is hard, but it shouldn’t be outside the reach of at least a few members of Congress.
However, on April 27, 2011, Barack Obama changed the landscape of the scandal by personally involving himself in the chain of evidence of a government document of identification that was forged. In essence, he committed a felony in plain view of the world. In response to that crime, I attempted to obey the law, and then wrote about it here and here.
As promised in the latter of those articles, I have now sent a letter to the congressman and senators who represent me in Washington, asking them to answer why they are not guilty of misprision of felony. Again, I welcome your use of these letters as guidelines or templates by which to craft your own letters to send to your elected officials.
June 20, 2011
Senator Mark Warner
Senator Jim Webb
Congressman Bob Goodlatte
On May 31, 2011, I sent each of you a letter in which I reported to you, as required by law (Title 18 U.S.C. Chapter 1, § 4), that I had witnessed the commission of felony fraud by Barack Obama on April 27, 2011. To date, I’ve received only one response from any of the three of you. Unfortunately, the email that I received from Sen. Warner was indicative of the overwhelming failure of our federal officials to regard the law, and was endemic of the deception and outright lies being foisted upon us by our federal government. As I promised, the American people are being told daily about this massive cover-up. I invite you to read just three articles that your insipid email response has produced, Sen. Warner: Here and Here and Here.
Having pondered your lackluster response to my obeying the law by reporting the felony fraud that occurred on April 27, a singular question crept into my thinking that I pray the three of you will kindly take a moment to answer for me. To refresh your memories about the actual verbiage of the law regarding misprision of felony, Title 18 U.S.C. Chapter 1, § 4 states “Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.”
Before I pose my question, please allow me to supply you with a recent quotation by Major General Paul Vallely: “I’ve had ex-CIA and investigators look at Obama’s [long form] birth certificate, and 10 out of 10 say it’s a forgery”. Also, 50-year typographer and document expert Paul Irey explains in detail his computer analysis on Obama’s fraudulent birth certificate posted on the White House server here.
Here is the question I am now asking each of you to answer in a timely manner:
As I have reported this crime to you, and supplied you with ample evidence of the crime that was committed (and assuming that the usage of “Whoever” in the code does, indeed, mean “whoever,” which, I believe, until fairly recently, included elected federal officials), to whom have you reported the crime as the law requires? Did you report it to your respective legislative bodies? Did you report it to the FBI? Did you report it to any federal authority?
If you did, please supply me with such report.
If you did not, please inform me of why you should not be charged with misprision of felony for failing to report the forgery.
It’s a simple question, and I believe your responses shall be fairly simple to compose as well. However, your responses should not be as “simple” as Sen. Warner’s first response to me was.
I look forward to hearing from you.
For our Constitution,
Dean C. Haskins
cc: Commonwealth’s Attorney, Randy Krantz
Attorney General of Virginia Kenneth Cuccinelli, II
Secretary of the Commonwealth Janet Polarek
Virginia State Delegate Lacey Putney
Virginia State Senator Steve Newman
Governor of Virginia Bob McDonnell
Up until now, we have informed our public officials that they have abrogated their constitutional duties by covering up Barack Obama’s ineligibility to hold the office of president of the United States. The pressure must now be kicked up a notch by informing them that they are breaking the law through their silence over a crime we know has been committed and they know has been committed. They must now realize that we know that they know they are breaking the law, and we must hold each one of them personally accountable.
If they will only do the reasonable thing here, and launch an independent, non-partisan investigation into the matter, we might be able to call 1787 back, and let them know that we found their Constitution, and we’ve decided to keep it a while longer.