SENT TO 50 SECRETARIES OF STATE
(Aug. 13, 2019) — On Saturday, New York State citizen Robert Laity reported that he contacted all 50 Secretaries of State on the matter of presidential eligibility, particularly as it concerns the “natural born Citizen” requirement in Article II of the U.S. Constitution.
For more than a decade, Laity has expressed his belief, through a combination of letter-writing, the filing of lawsuits, and contacting the White House and Attorney General William Barr, that Barack Hussein Obama and before him, Chester A. Arthur, are/were not eligible to serve as president and knowingly “usurped” the office.
Laity is further concerned that 2020 presidential candidates Kamala Harris, Tulsi Gabbard, and Andrew Yang may not qualify as “natural born” even as they participate in early Democratic debates and attacking one another’s records, in some instances.
On Saturday The Post & Email published Laity’s letter to Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, who is also serving as President of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) located in Washington, DC.
The remaining 49 letters were sent by email through the NASS website, to which Laity received a response early Tuesday morning. That response, from Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap, reads:
From: Office, SOS
Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 4:06 AM
To: Robert Laity
Subject: Thank you for contacting the Secretary of State’s Office
Thank you for taking the time to contact me; this message is to confirm that I have received your e-mail and am taking the appropriate steps to follow-up.
Your questions, concerns and suggestions are important and depending on the nature of the issue, I may ask one of my colleagues to contact you directly in order to ensure that you receive a timely and informed response.
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