So out of THOUSANDS of posts in DOZENS of threads on 0bama’s eligibility before the election - there was found a single post that laid out the criteria that is supposedly cannon law that everyone knows and is a traitor unless they accept.
So why did so few people know follow and cite the Vattel definition until after the election?
Why do birthers insist this was something that everybody knew - that in fact Congress is treasonous for not at that time knowing and accepting and acting upon that knowledge?
It was, at that time, a very esoteric and rare view of the law.
One post. Wow. That proves everybody knew it!!!!/s
You’d think that after three years, if people REALLY had learned in school that the President needs to have two citizen parents, they would have been able to produce a textbook or political science book that says ‘The President must be born to two citizen parents.’ Even a single one. It’s not like it’s a complicated concept, and if it was that simple and important, you think it’d be mentioned in EVERY book about Presidential qualifications.
The fact that they still can’t do that not only discredits their little pet legal theory, but it doesn’t say good things about their memories either.
Then again, it’s easier for birthers to explain it away the same way all conspiracy theorists do: the conspiracy destroyed all the evidence. Just like they replaced all the newspaper microfilm and brainwashed all the judges and law professors.
I did not know Vattel, but I knew the correct definition of natural born citizen, born in country of two citizen parents. It appears that it is the false idol known as inclusiveness has muddled people’s minds into believing it is not fair that some are born to citizens of a country rather then born abroad to foreign citizens.