In a previous post, we found out that Tennessee Rep. Eric Swafford (R) signed a consent form that he’d be party to a lawsuit over demanding to see the President’s vital documentation to confirm his eligibility for the presidency.
Yesterday, WorldNetDaily followed up on this development by reporting that three more TN State Reps have similarly signed up — Glen Cassada, Stacey Campfield and Frank Niceley (Dr. Taitz also said that “[m]ore lawmakers are reviewing the documents and expressed tentative consent.”):
A new lawsuit is being prepared by a California attorney who already has four cases pending over the issue of President Barack Obama’s eligibility to occupy to Oval Office, and this one will include a demand from state lawmakers who forward state funds to Washington for documentation of his qualifications.
Orly Taitz told WND today that she’s preparing the complaint but is holding onto it and will file it shortly to give state legislators a chance to join the action as plaintiffs.
Four already have signed up, including state Rep. Eric Swafford of Tennessee, who agreed to be a plaintiff “for a Writ of Mandamus to obtain original birth certificate, immigration records, passports and other vital records for Barry Soetero aka Barack Hussein Obama.”
Taitz told WND the case also probably will include members of the military as plaintiffs, since both state lawmakers and military officers are obliged to follow orders from the president of the United States and both have a need to know those orders are legitimate.
“In the military, those would be unlawful orders, and [following them] would subject the officers to courts-martial,” she said. “In the legislatures, they cannot follow any of his bills or orders … they don’t know who he is.
“As far as we know he is a foreign national … Why should state legislators send any funds from the state to a foreign national?” she said.
“While we are working on the complaint, I’m gathering support from different states,” she said.