Obama Got Served

Cindy Simpson
Obama was served a subpoena to appear in a hearing last week in Georgia over his eligibility to appear on the state's ballot.  Obama's attorney, Michael Jablonski, immediately filed a motion to quash the subpoena, which was denied by OSAH Judge Michael Malihi.  In his denial, Judge Malihi seemed to leave open the possibility for a quash, if Jablonski had only offered appropriate legal authority in support.  The judge asserted that "Defendant's motion suggests that no President should be compelled to attend a Court hearing.  This may be correct.  But Defendant has failed to enlighten the Court with any legal authority." Instead of respectfully following procedure, however, Jablonski went over the judge's head and straight to Secretary of State Brian Kemp with a letter, sent the day before the hearings were scheduled, arguing that the entire matter should be dropped as it was "baseless, costly and unproductive[.]"  Jablonski's letter concluded: "We await...(Read Full Post)

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