Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz

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Ted Cruz Problem:
Ted Cruz has a different problem from all the rest. Cruz it seems is a real live illegal alien, the same as those that cross our borders illegally every day.

It is no secret that Ted Cruz is not eligible for the Oval Office. What remains a secret to many, is why the Republican Party is allowing known frauds to appear on the Republican presidential ballot.

In a letter dated March 10, 2016 and received by the Texas Secretary of State on March 15, 2016, The North American Law Center asking the following question –

“In light of the attached official citizenship records for Sen. Rafael Edward (Ted) Cruz in Calgary, Alberta Canada, dated December 22, 1970 (attached) and a document confirming the renunciation of his Canadian citizenship dated May 14, 2014 (attached), is it your official opinion as the Chief Elections Officer for Texas that U.S. Senator Rafael Edward (Ted) Cruz was in fact a legal citizen of Canada in November of 2012, when he ran for, was elected and certified by the Texas Secretary of State as the new U.S. Senator representing the good people of Texas, as a legal citizen of Canada?”

As of today, March 29, 2016, Texas Secretary of State has declined to respond to this one simple question with only one possible honest answer…. YES

The official Canadian document accepting and affirming Sen. Ted Cruz’s wish to renounce his Canadian citizenship documents two very important facts…

1. Sen. Rafael Edward (Ted) Cruz became a legal citizen of Canada on December 22, 1970, the day he was born in Alberta, Ontario, Canada.
2. Sen. Rafael Edward (Ted) Cruz remained a legally documented citizen of Canada until Canada accepted his request to terminate or “renounce” his legal citizenship in Canada on May 14, 2014.

Ted Cruz is ineligible to be either President of the U.S.A or Senator of Texas because he remains a Canadian Citizen still, no matter how many times he tears up his Canadian birth certificate. He was and is Canadian based Canadian citizenship law and that doesn`t change simply because he tore up a piece of paper.

‘Natural-Born Citizen’ as defined by the very person responsible for the writing of the 14th Amendment, and without a single doubt, knew all about the various types of US citizenship, Ohio Representative John Bingham requires 3 things: that you are born within the jurisdiction of the United States, that BOTH parents are citizens of the U.S. either by naturalization OR by being natural born themselves AND that both parents must NOT owe ANY allegiance to ANY FOREIGN country.

Senator Mazie Hirono was born under the similar circumstances as Cruz. Born in Japan to a Japenese father and an US citizen mother.


Paul LePage`s twin daughters were born the same as Cruz, they were born in Canada also and had to ntauralize.


They will be naturalized citizens if they report the birth to the nearest US Embassy or contact the US State Dept and report the birth but Cruz` parents didnt do this. He has no CRBA. Lets examine this further.

Ted Cruz was born on December 22, 1970, in Alberta Canada.Ted Cruz
His father Rafael Bienvenido Cruz born March 22, 1939, in Matanzas, Cuba. His father immigrated to Canada and became a Canadian Citizen through their immigration policy. His father later renounced his Canadian citizenship after Ted`s birth and became a naturalized U.S. Citizen in 2005.

His mother Eleanor Darragh, born on Nov. 23, 1934, in Delaware making her a U.S. Citizen.

According to all relative legal citizenship documentation available at present, Senator Ted Cruz was born Rafael Edward Cruz, a legal Citizen of Canada on December 22, 1970, and maintained his legal Canadian citizenship from birth until May 14, 2014, 43 years later when he rescinded his Birth Right from Canada and tore up his Canadian Birth Certificate.

Let us explain Ted`s real problem.

From May 22, 1868, until December 31, 1946, all residents of Canada were British subjects. There was no such thing as a Canadian citizen or Canadian citizenship until January 1, 1947.

From January 1, 1947, until February 15, 1977, Canadian law prohibited “dual citizenship.” Foreign parents giving birth to a child in Canada in 1970 were forced to choose between Canadian citizenship only, or citizenship of the parents country, and that choice needed to be declared with Canadian officials at the time of birth.

“He’s a Canadian,” said Toronto lawyer Stephen Green, past chairman of the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section. “Generally speaking, under the Citizenship Act of 1947, those born in Canada were automatically citizens at birth unless their parent was a foreign diplomat,” said ministry spokeswoman Julie Lafortune.

The parents of Ted Cruz chose and declared “Canadian Citizenship” for Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz as that is how he had a Canadian Birth Certificate and no US birth certificate. According to Canadian law, Ted Cruz is a Natural Born Canadian Citizen.Cruz birth certificate

As far as US law at the time of his birth is concerned, Ted Cruz falls under the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Section 1431 does not apply to Ted Cruz because he does not have a CRBA or Certificate of Birth Abroad filed with the State Dept. or any Immigration authority or the Attorney General. Even if 1431 is the law to go by, that law makes him a naturalized citizen by an act of Congress, not a natural born citizen as stated in 1431 and naturalized citizens are not eligible to be president.

Section 1433 that pertains to Cruz is linked below and made available on this document, from the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. This same law is still in effect today.


Had they chose US citizenship for their child, soon after the birth they would have had to report it to the nearest US Embassy or contact the US State Dept. or and upon acceptance by the US State Dept. they would have received a form-FS-240 or DS-2029, also called a CRBA or Certificate of Birth Abroad, of which he does not have.

Birth of U.S. Citizens Abroad:

A child born abroad to a U.S. citizen parent or parents may acquire U.S. citizenship at birth if certain statutory requirements are met. The child’s parents should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate to apply for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States of America (CRBA) to document that the child is a U.S. citizen. If the U.S. embassy or consulate determines that the child acquired U.S. citizenship at birth, a consular officer will approve the CRBA application and the Department of State will issue a CRBA, also called a Form FS-240, in the child’s name. Click below to read the law as it was when Cruz was born and as it still is today. The law has never changed and nowhere do I see that it says this law pertains to everyone except Ted Cruz.


Ted Cruz has ZERO US citizenship papers. ZERO!

This CRBA would be his birth certificate. Repeated FOIA requests for these documents have been denied because of being considered personal information. Even if his parents had followed the rules for him to attain US Citizenship via a CRBA he would still be a naturalized US citizen, as stated in the 8 US Code sec.1433 and still not be eligible to be POTUS.

In United States V. Wong Kim Ark (1898), the Supreme Court said this:
“…A person born out of the jurisdiction of the United States can only become a citizen by being naturalized, either by treaty, as in the case of the annexation of foreign territory, or by authority of Congress, exercised either by declaring certain classes of persons to be citizens, as in the enactments conferring citizenship upon foreign-born children of citizens, or by enabling foreigners individually to become citizens…”

All of this explains why Senator Ted Cruz has never produced any legal U.S. citizenship documentation of any kind. He is not a “natural born” – “native born” or “naturalized” citizen of the United States. Because someone must be one of the three in order to be a legal citizen of the United States. Senator Ted Cruz cannot possibly be a “legal U.S. citizen” of any form.

Here’s how Justice William O. Douglas said it in Schneider V. Rusk (1964):

“We start from the premise that the rights of citizenship of the native born and of the naturalized person are of the same dignity, and are coextensive. The only difference drawn by the Constitution is that only the “natural born” citizen is eligible to be President. Art. II, § 1.”

Common sense tells you that to be a Natural Born Citizen of a Nation one would possess a Birth Certificate from that Nation, but Ted Cruz does NOT have a US birth certificate or any document pertaining to US citizenship.

Also, since Ted Cruz is a Natural Born Canadian Citizen, common sense tells us you cant be a Natural Born Citizen of two separate countries.

I will venture to say that since Cruz revoked his Canadian citizenship, he is a man without a country.

"If you are a U.S. citizen and the parent of a child born outside of the United States, you will need to document your child’s U.S. citizenship with a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) form DS-2029 or FS-240 ".

"A child born abroad to a U.S. citizen parent or parents ***may*** acquire U.S. citizenship at birth ****IF**** certain statutory requirements are met. The child’s parents should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate to apply for a Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States of America (CRBA) to document that the child is a U.S. citizen. If the U.S. embassy or consulate determines that the child acquired U.S. citizenship at birth, a consular officer will approve the CRBA application and the Department of State will issue a CRBA, also called a Form FS-240, in the child’s name."

The 'may' and the 'if' means citizenship is not automatic and must go through certain requirements. The above code was part of the Naturalization Act of 1952. You notice the words 'naturalization'. If one must go through a naturalization act in order to have U.S. citizenship recognized, one cannot be natural born. Therefore, Ted Cruz cannot be a natural born citizen.

In the end, the only possible way to consider Senator Ted Cruz eligible for the Oval Office is if every “undocumented resident alien” is eligible for the Oval Office, which I personally believe is the real agenda of both political parties, as they work to meld the USA into the global commune where there is no legal difference between “natural born Americans” and “undocumented aliens".

Here’s how Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black, wrote the majority opinion in the citizenship case of Afroyim v. Rusk, said it in Rogers v Bellei (1971):
“Although those Americans who acquire their citizenship under statutes conferring citizenship on the foreign-born children of citizens are not popularly thought of as naturalized citizens, the use of the word “naturalize” in this way has a considerable constitutional history. Congress is empowered by the Constitution to “establish a uniform Rule of Naturalization,” Art. I, Sec 8. Anyone acquiring citizenship solely under the exercise of this power is, Constitutionally speaking, A NATURALIZED CITIZEN.”

One must remember that these people will go to great lengths to muddy the waters on this subject.

In a lawsuit brought against Ted Cruz in Pennsylvania, Ted and his Harvard law buddies used the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1790 as their argument that Cruz is a natural born citizen. Cruz` and his team used the wording of the 1790 Act where it said "And the children of citizens of the United States that may be born beyond Sea, or out of the limits of the United States, shall be considered as Natural Born Citizens."

What Cruz and his band of legal liars failed to tell the court and everyone else is that the 1790 law was repealed in 1795 and replaced by one that removed the words "natural born" because of the very problem being discussed today. Remember if one needs an act of Congress to gain citizenship then they are at the very least a naturalized citizen. Later on, the Immigration laws were changed again in 1834, to make those born out of the US jurisdiction, follow a new set of rules and requirements that had to be met to become a citizen. Cruz failed to make the Court aware of this fact as well.

Mr. James Madison, who had been a member of the Constitutional Convention and had participated in the drafting of the terms of eligibility for the President, was a member of the Committee of the House, together with Samuel Dexter of Massachusetts and Thomas A. Carnes of Georgia when the matter of the uniform naturalization act was considered in 1795: Here the false inference which such language of the Naturalization Act 1790 Act might suggest with regard to the President was noted, and the Committee sponsored a new naturalization bill that deleted the term “natural-born” from the Naturalization Act of 1795.

In 1795, James Madison himself actually expressed concern that some might erroneously infer, from the 1790 Act, that the foreign-born children of American parents actually “are” natural born citizens. Again Cruz and his team failed to make the court aware of this fact.

The bill was then committed on January 2, 1795 to a three-person committee that included Madison. Id. at 1058. On January 5, 1795, Madison reported a new Naturalization bill. Id. at 1060. The bill reported by Madison was adopted by Congress, and it amended the statute to eliminate the words “natural born” and simply state that “the children of citizens of the United States” born abroad “shall be considered as citizens.” Again this was changed in a later Immigration Act to the laws we still use today.

See An Act To Establish a Uniform Rule of Naturalization; and To Repeal the Act Heretofore Passed on That Subject, ch. 20, § 3, 1 Stat. 414, 415 (1795). This amendment clearly indicates that the view of Madison, and the Congressmen who adopted the amendment, was that children born abroad of US citizens were natural aliens, rather than natural born citizens, and thus could be naturalized by Congressional statute but should not be considered “natural born”.

This was then signed into law by George Washington.

Finally, the view that the 1790 and 1795 statutes did not alter the constitutional meaning of the “natural born citizen” eligibility requirement was confirmed by the most contemporaneous scholars. In 1803, St. George Tucker published an edition of Blackstone’s Commentaries that added his own notes on American law. After citing to the 1790 and 1795 U.S. naturalization statutes, he stated that that “[p]ersons [] naturalized according to these acts are entitled to all the rights of natural-born citizens, except . . . they are forever incapable of being chosen to the office of president of the United States.” ST.GEORGE TUCKER,