Farrar v. Obama before the Supreme Court
The Farrar v Obama Application for Stay of primary election votes for Barack Obama in the state of Georgia was filed and docketed in the Supreme Court of the United States and referred to Justice Clarence Thomas, in charge of the 11th Circuit from which the case originated. If Justice Thomas does not grant the stay or referral to the full court, the case will be referred to Chief Justice John Roberts.
This case was heard on January 26, 2012 in Atlanta Georgia. Attorney Orly Taitz brought 7 witnesses, among them Senior Deportation office of the Department of Homeland Security, all of whom testified that Obama’s Social Security card and Birth certificate are forged and fraudulently obtained documents. Taitz subpoenaed Obama to appear in court and produce valid identification papers. Obama filed a motion to quash the Taitz subpoenas. Presiding judge Malihi ruled in favor of Taitz and ordered Obama to appear in court and produce the identification papers. Obama and his attorney Michael Jablonski were in contempt of the court ordered subpoena and boycotted the hearing, claiming that Obama is being harassed. GA law requires the candidate to prove his eligibility, Obama did not provide any proof. Based on yet unknown considerations judge Malihi allowed Obama on the ballot.
A decision by Justice Thomas is expected within 2 weeks. If no stay is granted by Thomas, a decision by Roberts will be 2 weeks later.
Farrar v Obama is one of several cases prosecuted by attorney Taitz, challenging the Obama Tax. Other cases are in front of Federal District judge Wingate in Mississippi, Judge Reid in Indiana, the Court of Appeals in Washington DC, and Federal District Judge Dolly Gee in Los Angeles.
Motion Hearing on Taitz v Sebelius challenging the Obama Tax as violating the Establishment clause, Free Exercise of Religion Clause, Equal Protection Clause and Due Process clause of Christian and Jewish citizens due to exemptions given to religious sects and due to expected mass exemptions of Muslim citizens, will be heard on August 10, 9:30 am in the U.S. District court in Los Angeles.