The North American Law Center has issued an ultimatum to the Ted Cruz campaign: “If Ted continues on – we are going to release the files we have, two weeks from tonight, and we will bury Ted Cruz forever in American politics.”

So, what has the NALC up in arms? The same thing that has bothered Americans since Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah usurped the office of President: Ineligibility.

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J. B. Williams, the co-founder of The North American Law Center said on April 3, 2016, “We’re talking about American citizens (who) think a guy who’s Canadian-born is eligible to be a U.S. president – without any documentation whatsoever. If Ted continues on – we are going to release the files we have, two weeks from tonight, and we will bury Ted Cruz forever in American politics… If we have to stop this guy from defrauding this nation, then we are going to do that.”

Consider that the only documents we have actually been privy to are the documents that Mr. Cruz has provided, namely his birth certificate and his revocation of Canadian citizenship, which did not occur until mid-2014. That’s it. In fact, according to the NALC, “…there is no evidence to suggest that the parent or parents of Ted Cruz ever filed a CRBA form with the U.S. Government in or around 1970, which is why Ted Cruz released a copy of his Canadian citizenship records and not any U.S. citizenship records.”

“At present, all FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests filed in search of any U.S. citizenship documents to confirm the true official U.S. citizenship status of Ted Cruz have been denied access,” Williams added. “All citizenship records for Ted Cruz are sealed unless and until Ted Cruz agrees to allow any such records to be released by either U.S. or Canadian agencies. As a result, there remains no authentic evidence to support the claims that Ted Cruz is either a ‘natural born’ or ‘naturalized’ citizen of the United States.” (Emphasis mine)

“Without any form of U.S. Citizenship documentation, and proof of Canadian citizenship at birth in 1970 and holding that legal status until May 2014 when he renounced his birth citizenship to Canada, there is no way for Ted Cruz to prove that he is either ‘natural born’ and eligible for the Oval Office, or ‘naturalized’ prior to 2012, when he sought and accepted a seat in the U.S. Senate as a legal citizen of Canada,” Williams concluded.

I tend to agree with this assessment, as I’ve pointed out before in documenting the natural born citizen issue, specifically with Senator Cruz. One can’t simply claim to be a natural born citizen without evidence of such a claim.

The NALC is merely remaining consistent in its approach to the natural born citizenship issue, as I have been, regarding Obama. In fact, the NALC continues to push the very body, which constitutionally is to determine who is a natural born citizen, to impeach Obama. They have also taken issue with whether or not Cruz is even legally in the US Senate and whether he is even a legal citizen of the US.

I honestly don’t know of any new information bomb that could be dropped on the 17th that would “bury” Ted Cruz, except possibly evidence of recent allegations of adultery by the Texas senator and why he will not simply answer the one question that has been put forth to him regarding those allegations rather than let a political rival, whom he paid $500,000 to her Super PAC, answer for him. I mean, NALC has admitted that Cruz’s record as sealed and that they can’t get FOIA requests fulfilled.

I find the sealing of records most interesting, considering that Cruz was demanding to see Donald Trump’s tax returns. After all, Cruz has called for the abolition of the IRS, which I’m all in favor of. However, why is it not a big deal when we are seeking to vet whether a man is who he says he is and he seals his records? Should they not be open to the public? Should we not be able to request them and vet his claims for ourselves? All attempts to do so have met with similar responses to that of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Soebarkah.

In that vein, probably the best question that could be asked of Ted Cruz at this point in time was offered by commentator Bill Still. He asked, “Why have you sealed your birth records?”

Courtesy of Freedom Outpost