Is Ted Cruz a ‘natural born Citizen’? Welden v. Shepherd Debate Video

The initial 15 minutes of the livestream is a video by KrisAnne Hall that was shown prior to the debate, in which she explains the Strong Cities Initiative. If you wish to bypass this piece, skip to 15:04 into the video.

Lincoln-Douglas Debate LIVE STREAM 7pm EST, February 4, 2016

WHAT: Debate: Is Ted Cruz a ‘natural born Citizen’?
DEBATERS: Attorney Jason Shepherd and David Welden
WHERE:
Cherokee Cattle Company, 2710 Canton Road, Marietta, GA
WHEN:
February 4th 7:00pm – early dinner arrival 6pm

The Northwest Georgia 9/12 will present a “Lincoln Douglas” style debate with former businessman David Welden and Attorney Jason Shepherd.

Is Ted Cruz eligible to be President? YES! According to Attorney Jason Shepherd, Cruz is constitutionally eligible, as described in his recently published paper on the subject.

Retired Cobb business owner, David Welden, disagrees with Shepherd and has challenged him to a formal debate. Welden claims Cruz is not constitutionally eligible to serve the Presidency because he is not a natural born Citizen.

One Response to Is Ted Cruz a ‘natural born Citizen’? Welden v. Shepherd Debate Video

  • 1. Natural Born Citizen is not defined in the Constitution.
    2. If something is not defined in the Constitution then US Law is the next priority in defining terms.
    3. You are either Naturalized (become a citizen some time after birth by going through a defined process by Congress) or citizen at birth which is what a Natural Born Citizen is.
    4. Under US Law at the time Cruz was born 1 parent a US citizen at the time of your birth was enough to make you a citizen i.e. a Natural Born Citizen
    5. Cruz’s mother was born in the US to US Citizen parents and was a US citizen from birth. She never gave up that citizenship so at the time of Ted Cruz’s birth he was a citizen i.e. a Natural Born Citizen.

    Case Closed

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