A rally Saturday at the U.S. Capitol pulled no punches in declaring President Barack Obama an “imposter”and “fraud”who should resign before a constitutional crisis of his own making rips apart the nation.
The rally was called by Philip Berg,a Pennsylvania attorney who runs the ObamaCrimes.com website and was the first to sue over allegations Obama is constitutionally ineligible to occupy the Oval Office.
“The main thrust of the rally,”Berg told WND,“was to get out the continuing message that Obama is a phony,a fraud,an imposter,and [his eligibility to serve as president] is the biggest hoax committed against the U.S. in 234 years.”
Berg believes there is enough evidence,both hard and circumstantial,to justify an investigation into whether or not Obama is a “natural-born citizen”as required by the Constitution to serve as president. Berg is looking for a court with “the guts”to demand Obama provide proof of his eligibility.
Berg told WND that though the crowd,which he estimated at a couple of hundred,was smaller than anticipated,he still considered the event a success – in part,because of what he hopes it will inspire.
“The feedback we received was that the attendees are going to go back and spread the word,”he said. “Groups of six or so are planning to get together at intersections with signs that read,‘Where’s the birth certificate?’At rush hour,those six people can get the message out to thousands.”
“I think it was successful to that degree,”he continued. “It was a step in the right direction.”
Berg told WND he isn’t pushing for Obama’s resignation out of some right-wing venom – he’s a life-long Democrat – or racism or hatred,but out of dedication to preserving the U.S. Constitution and out of concern about what will happen to the country if Obama continues his presidency and is discovered ineligible years down the road.