Obama Was Hand-Picked & NOT a Natural Born Citizen – Congress Knew It & Protected Him

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The further I travel down this rabbit hole, the more I feel divorced from the good conservative people that I choose to call my own. I hold some stories back from our readers. My thought is that people have a hard enough time embracing the basic fact that our government is corrupt on both sides of the aisle. If you knew how corrupt I thought these people really were, I feel like you’d rush to the phone and soon bad men would show up to haul me off in a straitjacket.

Do they still do that?

Regardless, today I want to show you something that might leave you questioning everything around you.

Welcome to my world.

In 1975 a representative named Joe Bingham introduced an amendment to remove the “natural born citizen” constitutional requirement to become President.

Why is that important?

Because it was not until almost 30 years later that the issue would be addressed again. And it was not addressed only once, but multiple times. This is all part of congressional record.

Remarkably, it just so happened to coincide with the meteoric rise of a man named Barack Obama who currently sits in the People’s House.

I am about to share with you a brilliant piece of research from the Article II Political Action Committee. After reading it the foremost question on my mind is, “If the natural born citizen definition only requires one citizen parent then why did they seemingly try so hard to change the law for Barack Obama?”

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Let’s Make This Happen: Congressional Reform Act of 2011

Did you know that the 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution — which decreased the voting age from 21 to 18  – took only 3 months and 8 days to be ratified!?

Why?

Simple! The people demanded it.

That was in 1971 — before computers, before e-mail, before cell phones, before Facebook, before Twitter.

Of the 27 amendments to the Constitution, seven (7) took 1 year or less to become the law of the land, all because of public pressure.

So there’s no reason why We the People can’t demand and pressure our supposed representatives to propose and approve the Congressional Reform Act of 2011. Here’s the proposal: