TALLAHASSEE, Florida – WND-TV will provide gavel-to-gavel, live video coverage of the latest challenge to Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility in a courtroom hearing that could deny him ballot access to this all-important electoral swing state in November.
WND-TV will provide exclusive, free live-stream video coverage of an evidentiary hearing to a 2012 ballot challenge for Barack Obama based on his constitutional eligibility Monday, June 18, at 9 a.m. Eastern.
“It’s the news event you won’t see anywhere else,” said WND Editor and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Farah.
- Judge Terry Lewis, best known for presiding over the 2000 Bush v. Gore election dispute, will consider arguments from attorney Larry Klayman and attorneys for the Obama campaign. The hearing will focus on Obama’s claim to be a “natural born citizen,”” as required under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution.
- Lewis is credited with making crucial rulings in the contested 2000 presidential election, when ultimately a Florida vote recount was halted by the U.S. Supreme Court and George W. Bush was declared the winner.
Klayman’s law firm filed the challenge to Obama’s name on the ballot on behalf of Michael Voeltz, “a registered member of the voter, and taxpayer in Broward County, who was an eligible elector for the Florida Primary of Jan. 31, 2012.”