June 1, 2009
May 28, 2009 at 2:51 pm
U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Jeffrey Taylor will join Ernst & Young as the Americas leader of the Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services area, the Blog of the Legal Times reports. Taylor announced his resignation today, effective tomorrow, and will reportedly join Ernst & Young’s Washington, D.C. office next month.
Leo Donofrio has posted….
I did hear from one person who had proof that their QW letter to Taylor had been rerouted to the White House.
There is much speculation as to why Taylor resigned. I think it’s interesting to note that while he didn’t file a quo warranto regarding Obama’s eligibility, he also never told anyone who wrote to him that Obama was actually eligible and that Obama had been properly vetted which was the canned response from all of Congress.
Taylor never made such a statement.
It will be interesting to see now whether his successor in the DC US Attorney’s office – Channing Phillips – will issue a statement saying Obama is eligible.
Was Taylor pressured to resign because he wouldn’t vouch for Obama? I don’t know. But I do know Taylor didn’t have the support of enough US citizens. So America gets what America deserves – the destruction of its Constitution because the great majority of US citizens don’t care about their Constitution.
My suggestion to anybody who does care is to send your quo warranto letters to US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald. Perhaps since the DC Code statute is vague in its wording – only requiring “the US Attorney” to file for the quo warranto – it could be used by any US Attorney. That is not my original interpretation, but after seeing this fiasco play out, and listening to the lame excuses favoring Obama’s eligibility, I don’t see why any US Attorney couldn’t use the statute. The statute just says “the US Attorney”.
I think Patrick Fitzgerald is your best bet now. At least you’ll probably get a response from his office.
“And I say, let’s just be patient…..all things come to an end. Obama will come clean.”