Birther tries to remove Obama from Kansas voting ballot

US President Barack Obama
US President Barack Obama

Birther Orly Taitz has been granted a court hearing to keep President Obama off the Kansas state ballot due to suspicion surrounding his US citizenship.

Taitz, who works as a California dentist and a lawyer, claims that Obama’s birth certificate is fraudulent and that the president is using a fake Social Security number from Connecticut. Taitz says that as a result of forging his US citizenship documents and committing identity theft, he should not be eligible to run for president again, the Huffington Post reports.

The Kansas state Objections Board ruled on Monday to drop the lawsuit to consider removing Obama from the ballot, but Kansas District Court Judge Larry Hendricks scheduled an Oct. 3 court hearing to overturn the board’s decision.

After claiming that the board ignored evidence that should have disqualified Obama, Taitz was granted the hearing.

Joe Montgomery, a Kansas resident who initially objected to Obama’s eligibility but then withdrew his claim, stated last week that Obama could not be US citizen because his father was a Kenyan and UK national.Citizenship, he said, comes primarily from the father. After Montgomery and his family received threats, he withdrew his objection on Sept. 15 – the claim which the board based its decision on.

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