Philip J Berg has responded to the questions asked of him on this blog yesterday regarding what would happen if Obama is found to be unqualified for the presidency after he is elected. Mr. Berg also provided an update on the status of the lawsuit. Here is the email I received from Philip J Berg:
“Hi Mr. Wells,
If Senator Obama is unable to prove his citizenship, which we feel he is unable to do, he will not be able to serve as president. In a case such as this, if this is learned before the presidential election, then according to the National Chairperson of the Democratic National Committe will confer with the Democratic leadership of the United States Congress and the Democratic Governors Association, whom will report to the Democratic National Committee which is authorized to fill the vacancy, the names of the candidate picks.
If Senator Obama were to be elected as President, he would be removed and the Vice President would take the President’s position.
If Senator Obama is indicted prior to taking his oath, I believe, and of course this would be a first, but I believe it would still go to Biden.
Just to update you a bit, I just filed a Motion for Expedited Discovery, Extensive Discovery, Deposition of Senator Obama and Howard Dean, Chairman of the DNC. This may get things moving a bit.
In addition, Senator Obama and the DNC must have their Answer to the complaint filed by September 24, 2008. The FEC has until October 21, 2008.
Make sure to check for updates on our website at obamacrimes.com“