Skip to comments.Kamala Harris: Documents (a British subject)?
Posted on 01/21/2019 12:25:55 PM PST by research99
Monday, January 21, 2019, California Senator Kamala Devi Harris announced her candidacy for the 2020 Presidential election.
Outstanding questions pertaining to her candidacy include her eligibility for this office. The US Constitution specifies only a "natural born" US citizen may hold this post. Definitions of that term, according to the intent of the writers of the Constitution, as well as some later court rulings, indicate this means "born to two US citizen parents." The requirement was intended so that only someone with undivided loyalties to the US, someone not with possible divided loyalties to other nations, could assume the title of commander-in-chief of our armed forces.
Some of the Harris family records have been suppressed, such as the divorce complaint originally filed in Alameda County, California in late 1971. Only a decree from that case survives.
Others have been obtained, including one that is available via the ancestry.com service.
The document imaged in this thread formally verifies that Kamala's father, Mr. Donald Harris, was in fact a subject of Britain, including a holder of a British passport, back when he traveled to the US in the year 1959. (This was verified by a date match of his 1938 birthday, to other records that have been acquired).
The critical question is: What was the date of the naturalization of Kamala's parents, including Donald Harris? A search of Northern California records, does not turn up documentation of that sort under that name, and no question has been addressed to any of the Harris family regarding this unanswered question. Legally, only a Harris family member can access the "alien file" held by USCIS for Mr. Donald Harris.
There are other documents, which point to other potential research angles: Should be FReeper researchers act on these?
No court will disqualify her.
She was born in California
Had she been white, this could have been an issue, but no one dare challenge...
Needless to say if this was Donald Trump’s ancestry he’d be ineligible but since it’s a rat..of color...of female parts...then nevermind.
That Obama thing was such a fiasco...they used a word “birther” to defend him...just like they use “racist” to try and stop every one who disagrees.
I say let’s start using “Christianphobe” at them...or “whiteophobe” or something. Why should we continue to let them use words to get away with the worst?
If her father was still a British royal subject at the time of her birth then she does not qualify.
To think otherwise is to admit that the founding fathers meant to allow the child of king George himself to be president. Which is lunacy.
They didn’t have a problem of accusing McCain of being ineligible due to being born somewhere else.
Democrats in general and KamelToe in particular dont care about laws
No, she is not going to be ruled a British citizen. She was born in California and the law of the land long before she was born was that she is a citizen.
Her parents are foreign born.
Honest to goodness, the trolls are out in force today, trying to gin up the conspiracy theories. First there was the one that the country would have to split over immigration and now this.
I do not think anyone is questioning her citizenship just her natural born status (i.e. no divided loyalties at birth)
You people do not want to get it. If the Democrat is black and/or female, they CANNOT BE CHALLENGED. You are a white privileged RACISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
The female version of Odunga.
About the only thing that is going to convince the rank and file Democrat to vote for this trainwreck of a candidate is for the Right to attack her. That way she can be a victim and they will all support her.
No court will disqualify her.
The SC would. But if not, a big enough row by the American people would well and truly disqualify her.
Haha, they can call me what they may.
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