Hor Namhong Said Cases Filed to the ICC of CNRP Just a Baloon on the Air and Falls Back

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The Ted Cruz citizenship issue that became one of the hotter issues mentioned in last night’s Republican debate will now be tested in court.
An 85-year-old Houston, Texas attorney has just filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court challenging whether Cruz is a “birthright” citizen – a term explicitly called for in the U.S. Constitution as a requirement for the President of the United States.
Newton B. Schwartz Sr. said in his 28-page complaint:
“Only the U.S. Supreme Court can finally decide, determine judicially and settle this issue now.”
Schwartz claimed no strong political connection to any particular presidential candidate, but when pressed did say that he favored Democrat Bernie Saunders in the race at this time.
Schwartz called upon the Supremes to take up the issue quickly, saying that “time is of the essence” with the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire drawing near.
Schwartz says he has nothing against Cruz, he just wants to get the issue out of the way:
“The country will be in chaos if he’s elected president or vice president and this goes to trial then.”
Schwartz then questioned why the Senator, himself, hadn’t filed the suit much earlier just to clear the air:
“It’s such a simple procedure — Senator Cruz should have filed it himself to avoid the question.”
“Let’s just get this thing settled before the primaries and the convention and the election.”
The case is Schwartz v. Cruz, 4:16-cv-00106, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas (Houston).
I’m still reporting from Washington. Good Day.
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19 thoughts on “Hor Namhong Said Cases Filed to the ICC of CNRP Just a Baloon on the Air and Falls Back”

  1. The scotus refused to hear the elgibility case on Obama and all previous lawsuits filed in lower cts were deemed frivolous or lacked standing. This particular lawsuit probable won't get any traction. So, who would have standing ? Supposedly an agrieved party. Who would be the agrieved pty in this case? Cruz would not file a lawsuit against himself as an agrieved party.

  2. Under United States law, U.S. citizenship is automatically granted to any person born within and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. This includes the territories of Puerto Rico, the Marianas (Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands) and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and also applies to children born elsewhere in the world to U.S. citizens with some conditions.

    The conditions that apply to Ted Cruz are:
    If one parent is a U.S. citizen and the other parent is not, the child is a U.S. citizen if
    the U.S. citizen parent has been "physically present" in the U.S. before the child's birth for a total period of at least five years, and at least two of those five years were after the U.S. citizen parent's fourteenth birthday.

    So as long as his American parent was born in the U.S. and was raised in the in the U.S. up until the age of 16. Ted Cruz would be a U.S. citizen.

    Ill also add that while income tax is generally only payable by people who reside or earn income in the country in which they work and reside, the US Internal Revenue Service taxes its citizens worldwide regardless of whether they have ever lived or worked in the U.S.A. The U.S.A. is one of only two countries in the world who tax there citizens in this manner. The other being the small African country of Eritrea. So in my opinion, if your requiring a U.S. citizen born abroad to pay U.S. Income taxes to the IRS and have all the same obligations of being a domestically born U.S. citizen regardless of whether they have ever lived or worked in the U.S.A. they should have and be entitled to all the rights a domestically born U.S. citizen would have including being allowed to become President.

  3. schwartz may not have standing and his lawsuit thrown out. however alan grayson from florida says he will file a suit and this would get traction. his suit's focus is that ted's mother was on the canadian voter registration rolls in 1974. to vote in canada, one must be a canadian citizen. section 349 of the immigration and nationality act indicates that u s citizenship is forfeited with ones allegiance is to another country. so, was ted's mother a u s citizen in 1970? we shall see.

  4. Should have filed it with Obama whether or not you can run for the office of President without any valid identification.

  5. yes the same argument for obama implies, so its a double edged sword and it does apply. if bernie has a dule citizenship it also applies. I personally like cruz but the same rules apply to obama and it is only fair and just to not be a hypocrite so I will not vote for cruze.

  6. I wasn't even aware that Cruz's citizenship was in question! WOW.

    But Schwartz's suit begs the question: why didn't he file a similar suit against Obama in 2008? I don't think of myself as a "birther", but as an amateur genealogist, I'm disturbed by the disparate piles of evidence that supposedly prove and refute Obama's citizenship.

  7. Well good. I think this question should be cleared up post haste – it should have been done by Cruz himself from the get-go. I want Trump as president, but Cruz could serve under him in some cabinet position… just not as President. We have serious problems brought on by the current and former moronic "leaders" therefore we need a real genius to fish us out of this mess, and I think Trump is the man!

  8. Cruz was Born in Canada to a Cuban father. Perfect. Picky, picky….sounds natural born US to me……LOL. Cruz is trying to make it by a fake it….just like BHO.

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