A Ted Cruz Presidency is ILLEGAL

Mar 23, 2015 - 0 Comments

Ultra-conservative Ted Cruz may be bidding for the U.S. presidency, but he’s clearly not qualified if he can’t understand that, even if elected, it simply wouldn’t be legal. 

Why not?  Because, without exception, only a "natural born citizen" can become the supreme leader of the United States.

To wit: Section 1, Article Two of the United States Constitution unequivocally states: “No person except a natural born citizen, or a Citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.”

Canadian-born Cruz on the other hand was only “naturalized” after birth, and that incontrovertible legal truth means therefore that his presidential potential is totally nonexistent.

Moreover, because he and his legal advisors are perfectly aware of this clause prohibiting foreigners from holding the nation's highest office, then his presidential aspirations now may even demonstrate a criminal intent.

Of course, as anti-Obama diehard Birthers might be quick to point out, Ted Cruz isn’t the first to thumb his nose at the legal restriction that he actually be born on American soil.

Nor is the silver-tongued wannabe the only pseudo-American to slyly challenge the prerequisite of valid proof of *original* citizenry.

Nevertheless, and as a matter of “Black Letter” law, there is no legitimate way that Cruz’s presidential campaign can end in his being legitimately placed in the oval office.



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