Judge Dismisses Obama Social Security Case

A federal judge in Washington D.C. has dismissed a case from attorney Orly Taitz requesting information from the Social Security Administration regarding Obama’s Social Security number. Questions have arisen since it was discovered that Obama’s Social Security number indicates it was issued in Connecticut, a state Obama never resided in.


Obama has said he grew up in Hawaii and therefore his Social Security number should bear numbers from being issued in Hawaii. It has been explained that the first three numbers of a Social Security number indicate the state that issued the card. Obama has offered no explanation as to why his number came from Connecticut.

Inquires about Obama’s Social Security number follow upon other lawsuits challenging his eligibility to be President which claim he is not a “natural born” citizen as required by the U.S. Constitution. Holding a fraudulent Social Security number is a federal offense and the lawsuit sought documentation on how Obama’s number was obtained.

Surprisingly to some, Judge Royce Lamberth said in his ruling that suspicion of fraud was not sufficient to grant the request and that the Privacy Act of 1974 protected personal information of number holders. Furthermore, the information on the number being possibly fraudulent was not his concern and he would ignore documents from the Social Security Verification System indicating such because they were obtained under false pretenses.

In short in appears that the judge has favored the Privacy Act of 1974 over the evidence that the man sitting in the Oval Office has a fraudulent Social Security number. Taitz has said that, using new evidence, she is submitting a motion for reconsideration. And so the drama continues.


Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

%d bloggers like this: