Thursday, April 14, 2016
The Cruzer Is Not Eligible To Be President
I am beginning to wonder if there are any honest judges remaining in the U.S.
New Jersey Secretary of State, Kim Guadagno has chosen not to over-rule Administrative Law Judge Jeff S. Masin’s decision on Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be on New Jersey’s Presidential Primary Ballot.
Yesterday, Judge Masin ruled that Cruz was eligible to be on the ballot because, in his view, Cruz is a natural-born U.S. citizen.
However, after studying this issue, a number of questions have been cleared up to the point where I can say without reservation that Ted Cruz is a natural-born citizen …. of Canada - but certainly not the United States.
I was wrong about one thing, his father was not an illegal alien. He was a Cuban citizen who did receive a green card work permit after graduating from the University of Texas in 1961.
This doesn’t affect the conclusions I made previously, but much of what follows is new information that only strengthens the case.
As stated previously Ted’s father was a bigamist. While married, he ran off to Canada with his new girlfriend – Ted’s eventual mother, in 1996. Reportedly, the senior Cruz gave an interview with NPR and said: “I worked in Canada for eight years, and while I was in Canada, I became a Canadian citizen.”
Ted was born on Dec. 21st, 1970, shortly after citizenship was granted to both parents. To be granted Canadian citizenship, one must live in Canada for 5 years – a crucial point! The only exception to that is if one of the spouses is a citizen of the mother country, England.
Ted’s mother, Eleanor, was originally married to a British mathematician. Although they met and married in Texas in 1956, 4 years later, they moved back to his hometown, London, in 1960. A year later, she abandoned the marriage without notice. Her husband filed for divorce in 1962. Accounts vary slightly, but she probably returned to her family in Texas in 1966 probably having acquired British citizenship while there.
Soon after, she met Ted’s father and they fled to Canada, (did Ted's father flee to Canada because he had friends who were involved in the JFK assassination?) probably so that Rafael would not have to deal with a messy and expensive divorce.
Eleanor and Raphael were married in Canada in 1969 and a year later, Ted was born in late 1970 to parents who were full Canadian citizens by then. Remember, the ONLY way citizenship could have been granted so quickly was if Eleanor claimed British citizenship.
Canadian Immigration and Naturalization officials have confirmed that Ted Cruz was a natural-born citizen of Canada, the son of two parents who had recently applied for and received citizenship prior to Ted’s birth. Click the link below.
Below, Rafael Cruz, in a tie next to Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans in 1963.