PRESS RELEASE – JANUARY 21st, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ARTICLE II SUPER PAC TO BROADCAST JANUARY 26TH, 2012 OBAMA ELIGIBILITY HEARINGS IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA – LIVE!
Article II Political Action Committee (http://art2superpac.com) will be on site with uncut, uncensored, complete, live streamed gavel-to-gavel video coverage of the first ever “Obama” Constitutional Presidential eligibility hearings. “The PAC saw the need to do this last month, because of the often incomplete and biased coverage of this issue by MainStream news media and recently received permission from the court,” said Director Helen Tansey, who will personally manage on-site efforts.
The PAC describes this upcoming event as “The hearing of the century, for the (alleged) political crime of the century,” referring to the breathtaking implications of an illegal “President” in the White House or on the presidential ballot.
For live video coverage from the hearings, go to http://www.Art2SuperPAC.com.
These proceedings could lead to the removal of the incumbent from the Georgia ballot, which would raise questions nationwide. This would be the first time that these issues and related evidence are deliberated in open court. Numerous ballot challenges have been filed in dozens of states, contesting “Obama’s” questionable eligibility, based upon natural born citizenship requirements, in Article II of the U.S. Constitution and laws in multiple states. Georgia will be one of the first states heard. This is due to the timing of challenge filings and its unique state administrative court set up to handle such matters, in a jurisdiction potentially receptive to such cases.
Three cases are being heard on one momentous day, in this order: Plaintiffs David Welden (represented by Van Irion); Carl Swensson and Kevin Powell (represented by Mark Hatfield); David Farrar, Leah Lax, Cody Judy, Thomas McCLaren, Laurie Roth (represented by Dr. Orly Taitz).
CONTACT: Helen Tansey, 804-560-1004, email@example.com
Direct Livestream Link > http://www.art2superpac.com/livevideo.html