Andrea Shea King, who blogs at the Radio Patriot, will have Maj. Stefan Cook as a guest on her radio program tomorrow night.
Ms. King reminds us of what happened to Maj. Cook when he dared to question the eligibility of his putative Commander in Chief:
At 9 pm ET on Tuesday night, July 21st, Maj. Stefan Cook will join me as my guest on my radio program to explain why he challenged the legitimacy of the man who has command of our military as their Commander in Chief. And the fallout he’s experiencing as a result of taking a stand for truth. To listen, link here:
From World Net Daily:
The Department of Defense has allegedly compelled a private employer to fire a U.S. Army Reserve major from his civilian job after he had his military deployment orders revoked for arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.
According to the CEO of Simtech Inc., a private company contracted by the Defense Security Services, an agency of the Department of Defense, the federal government has compelled the termination of Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook.
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Cook’s attorney, Orly Taitz, wrote in her blog that Simtech CEO Larry Grice said he would try to find another position within the company for Cook, but nothing is currently available.
The Department of Defense does contracting in the general field of information technology/systems integration, at which Cook, a senior systems engineer and architect, was employed until taking a military leave of absence on July 10 in preparation for his deployment to Afghanistan.
“Grice told plaintiff, in essence, that the situation had become ‘nutty and crazy,’ and that plaintiff would no longer be able to work at his old position,” Taitz wrote.
Grice made clear that it was Defense Security Services that had compelled Simtech to fire Cook, Taitz wrote.
This should be an interesting program. I recommend tuning in tomorrow night at 9:00.
Maj. Cook is not the only member of the military to question whether Barack Obama is constitutionally capable of being their Commander in Chief — there are reportedly more than a hundred others who are challenging his eligibility to issue orders to them.
As the One’s popularity plummets, it will be instructive to see how far this issue progresses.