- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Larry Klayman, a conservative activist who frequently uses the legal system to fight his political battles, has filed a petition to a handful of different federal authorities to have President Obama — whom he refers to as an “illegal alien” — removed from office and deported.

Snopes reported he filed the “deportation petition [to] begin the process of removing” Mr. Obama from office and the country to Thomas Homan, of the Enforcement Removal Operations in the Department of Homeland Security, to Thomas Winkowski in Immigration and Customs Enforcement and to Sarah Kendall, in the Office of Fraud Detection and National Security at the Department of Homeland Security.

He wrote in his petition: “It is clear, based on a mountain of evidence as set forth in and attached to the petition, that the president and his agents have falsified documents, such as his birth certificate and social security number, to qualify for the privileges of American citizenship such that his citizenship, which is based on false pretenses, must be nullified.”

He also said that “while this deportation proceeding may seem to some to be the work of conservatives who are out to get the president, this is not the case. Barack Obama’s propensity to not tell the truth is now well known, even among his leftist supporters. And his actions while president belie someone whose actions show that he feels more kinship with his foreign roots and Muslim religious schooling and heritage, than the Judeo-Christian principles upon which this nation was founded.”

When asked by U.S. News to explain his petition, Mr. Klayman said: “[Obama] should be deported. He’s been in this country illegally, he’s an illegal alien. … You can’t claim you’re an American citizen when you’re not and be president of the United States,” Mediaite reported.

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