leave the two citizen requirement off... for now.
demand they submit the birth certificate in order to prove eligibility. without it, there is NO PROOF he is eligible... and ANYONE claiming he is eligible is also committing election fraud, as they have never seen any proof and/or are not qualified to vouch for it
of course, if he does submit it OFFICIALLY... he will be committing felony forgery and election fraud
both impeachable as they are felonies that usually comes with prison time
No don’t leave it off! That is the point. This requirement comes from Emmerich Vattels Law of Nations which our Founding Fathers used as a reference in the development of our Constitution. It is from that document that the distinction of “natural born citizen” comes from! It matters not if he was born in Honolulu or not, he does not meet the requirement and just because 50 secretaries of state didn’t do their job last time it would not excuse them from not doing it this time!
In a legal filing? No, that's a bad move. You need to state your grounds for appeal up-front, you don't get an unlimited number of "do-overs" if your previous grounds are denied. So you need to list all of them that you plan on bringing up, in the form of "we believe this should be overturned because of X, but even if X denied, we also believe Y is grounds for overturning, etc."