And now, I drop the ultimate bombshell that blows up Ted Cruz' attempt to illegally usurp the office of the presidency.
Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada under the jurisdiction of the Canadian sovereign.
Had Ted never emigrated from Canada, Ted would have lived life in Canada as a full-fledged Canadian with all of the rights the Canadian sovereign bestows on its natural-born citizens.
And until May 14, 2014, Ted Cruz could have immigrated back to Canada and been accepted with full allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II.
Not only could Ted Cruz become prime minister in Canada as the leader of the majority party holding parliament in Canada, but more importantly, Ted Cruz could have become the Governor General of Canada.
Would Ted have become the Governor General of Canada, Ted would have been the viceregal representative of the Canadian monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, the recognized sovereign over the 10 provinces of Canada. In that capacity, Ted could have carried out all of the Canadian constitutional duties of Queen Elizabeth II.
Ted could have served indefinitely in the post serving at Her Majesty's pleasure. If Ted would have become the Governor General of Canada, Ted would have held the oldest continuous institution in Canada. In the job, Ted would have become the direct, personal representative of the uniquely Canadian sovereign.
No one can be natural-born of two sovereigns at the same time. Ted Cruz is a natural-born Canadian.
Cruz can run. Cruz can be elected. However, Cruz can't take the oath office, at least without many co-conspirators violating Article 2 Section 1 Clause 5.
Congress can only naturalize by its express authority in Article 1 Section 8 Clause 4. Congress cannot decree anyone natural-born. Congress lacks both capacity and authority to do so.
Ted was a conditional citizen from birth until age 8 before Congress removed a provision in law. Had Congress not done so, and Ted not met the provisions, Ted could have been stripped of his citizenship.
Hence, it's clear, Ted's citizenship comes from law and not from birth. As it comes from law, Ted is naturalized.
- 8 U.S. CODE § 1401 was not in effect at Ted's birth.
- PL 414 Section 301(a)(7) and Section 301(b) were the prevailing law at Ted's birth until Ted was almost eight.
- Congress can only naturalize by its express authority in Article 1 Section 8 Clause 4.
- Congress cannot decree anyone natural-born. It lacks both capacity and authority to do so.
- If Ted is citizen under 8 U.S. CODE § 1401(g), he is by law, naturalized at birth, and not by the consequence of being born under the jurisdiction of Congress.
Yes, Ted Cruz is a naturalized U.S. citizen by birth, decreed so in full in 1978, almost eight years after his birth in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. However, Ted Cruz never was a U.S. citizen at birth.
For the legal details, see:
- WAS TED CRUZ A U.S. CITIZEN AT BIRTH? THE MCCARRAN-WALTER ACT (THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT OF 1952) WHICH THE RULED OVER HIM SAYS YES, BUT IT ALSO COULD HAVE STRIPPED HIM OF CITIZENSHIP
- THE 8 U.S. CODE § 1401 DEFENSE OF TED CRUZ FAILS TO SUPPORT CRUZ' NATURAL-BORN CITIZENSHIP, BUT DOES MAKE HIM A CITIZEN.