He also noted that Malihi based his opinion of an Indiana Court of Appeals ruling from 2009, when, in fact, the U.S. Supreme Court also has spoken on the issue.Last I heard, Georgia was not under the jurisdiction of Indiana. But it is under the jurisdiction of SCOTUS, so SCOTUS opinion should rule over Indiana opinion.
While Malihi said he believed Obama was born in the U.S. and that...One of the three cases challenged that he was born in Hawaii. How can the judge 'believe' he was born there, or anywhere else in the U.S., without a singe SHRED courtroom evidence to that effect? Does this twit get his evidence from Twitter?
Are these lawyers now going to have to appeal BOTH Malihi AND Kemp? It seems like if they don't appeal Kemp, they won't have standing to appeal Malihi.
“Judge’s knowledge”. It’s a sharia thing. Never openly acknowleged; Malihi claims he based his decision totally on the law and what was presented at the hearing. There was nothing probative presented at the hearing.
Obama is dependent on a sharia ruling to be on the ballot in GA.
Either that, or Malihi has just set the precedent that a computer image can substitute for any paper vital record or documentation. In which case, the people of Georgia need to post images of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, etc birth certificates, driver’s licenses, medical licenses, etc online, start taking their laptops everywhere they go, and using those online images as their documentation whenever anybody asks for documentation - and then rely on the precedent that Malhi set by accepting as probative an online image. If any state entity won’t accept that as probative, the person needs to sue for Georgia’s violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment, since Obama was allowed to use internet images as probative but Mickey Mouse isn’t allowed.
Hopefully all those cases would go to Judge Michael Malihi...