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Orly Taitz Supporter Calling For “Citizen’s Arrest” Of President Obama

by @ 5:20 pm on November 10, 2009. Filed under Barack Obama, Obama Derangement Syndrome, Politics

With her legal cases coming to an end, it seems Orly Taitz is now in the business of encouraging her supporters to take the law into their own hands:

I am no longer content in waiting for something to be done, because the way it looks to me, after all those efforts, the Government still continues to ignore us, and what we want, and do their own thing.

So what I would like to do is, something completely legal according to the Declaration of Independence. Walk to the White House gates in person, and make a citizens arrest of president barack obama, put him in handcuffs, read him his rights, and take him to jail. On the charge of treason, not upholding the constitution, violating or attempting to violate our constitutional rights, and illegally stealing the presidency from a legitimate candidate that is a legal U.S. citizen.

Because we all know obama is not even a U.S. citizen, much less born in the United States.

But since I am a simple man, of meager means.

I would need the help and backing of others that want to take this country back, before he completely destroys it.

Sounds like solicitation of a conspiracy to me.

The nut even helpfully left his email address.

5 Responses to “Orly Taitz Supporter Calling For “Citizen’s Arrest” Of President Obama”

  1. evreport says:

    Well, at least it doesn’t mention hanging or whipping. That’s a nice change.

  2. Old Geezer says:

    I’m a little fuzzy on it. What part of the Declaration of Independence authorizes citizen’s arrest? Next, they’ll want to secede like the Bill of Rights says is OK?

  3. There is a right to citizen’s arrest at common law that goes back to the Magna Carta.

    However, it generally only applies when a felony is committed in someone’s presence

  4. jai says:

    I believe Fraud is a felony and it has been committed bo Barack Obama in my presence. So perhaps a citizen’s arrest is in order.

    Certainly he has defrauded more American people of more money and freedoms than Madoff who is imprisoned for his crimes.

  5. Dean says:

    Wow! I was doing a little research on an unrelated subject (meaning Barak Obama) and came across this website. Doug poses interesting and valid points.

    The larger point is our current President is well-intentioned, but mis-guided. If you control a system, company, government, household, marriage, etc. with the best of intentions – you will always fail when operating from a premise that is wrong.

    The President is trying to put reins on something that is larger than he is – Capitalism. He believes he can win the battle, but he will certainly lose the war (no punn intended).

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