Several military personnel have engaged in a lawsuit claiming President Obama's orders are not valid because he has not proven his eligibility for office. U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook was threatening to defy a July 16th order to deploy to Afghanistan. You might think this would lead to a court marshal where both sides would present their case. The Government should be able to easily prove Obama was born in Hawaii and eligible. Right? The Army has chosen a very different path. They abruptly and with out comment canceled Maj. Cook's deployment order.
A U.S. Army Reserve major from Florida scheduled to report for deployment to Afghanistan within days has had his military orders revoked after arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.
His attorney, Orly Taitz, confirmed to WND the military has rescinded his impending deployment orders.
"We won! We won before we even arrived," she said with excitement. "It means that the military has nothing to show for Obama. It means that the military has directly responded by saying Obama is illegitimate – and they cannot fight it. Therefore, they are revoking the order!"
She continued, "They just said, 'Order revoked.' No explanation. No reasons – just revoked."
Then, the Department of Defense compelled his private employer, a defense contractor, to fire him.
The Department of Defense has compelled a private employer
to fire a U.S. Army Reserve major from his civilian job after he had his military deployment orders revoked for arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.
According to the CEO of Simtech Inc., a private company
contracted by the Defense Security Services, an agency of the Department of Defense, the federal government
has compelled the termination of Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook.
Update: This morning a federal judge dismissed the suit filed by a U.S. Army reservist who demanded proof Obama was eligible to be Commander-in-Chief before he would agree to be deployed to Afghanistan. The military successfully argued the case was "moot" because Major Cook's deployment was canceled. Am I the only one sensing a plan by Obama?
Judge Clay Land sided with the defense, which claimed in its response to Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook's suit, filed July 8 with the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, that Cook’s suit is “moot” in that he already has been told he doesn’t have to go to Afghanistan, so the relief he is seeking has been granted.