Thursday, December 11, 2008

Chester A. Arthur (21st President of the U.S.)

Chester Arthur concealed he was a British Subject at Birth.
The actual naturalization record for his father, William Arthur is on microfiche, obtained from the Library of Congress. He was naturalized in New York State and became a United States citizen in August 1843.

Chester Arthur perpetrated a fraud as to his eligibility to be Vice President by spreading various lies about his parents’ heritage. President Arthur’s father, William Arthur, became a United States citizen in August 1843. But Chester Arthur was born in 1829. Therefore, he was a British Citizen by descent, and a dual citizen at birth, if not his whole life.

He wasn’t a “natural born citizen” and he knew it.

It was also recently uncovered many lies told by Chester Arthur to the press which kept this fact from public view when he ran for Vice President in 1880. Garfield won the election, became President in 1881, and was assassinated by a fanatical Chester Arthur supporter that same year.

How ironic that the allegations started by Arthur Hinman in his pamphlet entitled, “How A British Subject Became President”, have turned out to be true…but not for the reason Hinman suggested.

Hinman alleged that Arthur was born in Ireland or Canada as a British subject.
And some of Arthur's opponents circulated the Canada rumor during the 1880 election, but they could not prove it, and no solid proof of this has emerged since.

But Hinman turns out to be correct anyway since Chester Arthur was a British citizen/subject by virtue of his father not having naturalized as a United States citizen until Chester Arthur was almost 14 years old. That means Chester Arthur was a British subject at the time of his birth.

Chester Arthur had something to hide. He had all of his papers burned which was very odd for a President.

Arthur lied about his mother’s time in Canada. He lied about his father’s time in Canada. He lied about his father’s age plus where and when he got off the boat from Ireland. By obscuring his parents’ personal history he curtailed the possibility that anybody might discover he was born many years before his father had naturalized.

When Chester runs for VP, Hinman comes along essentially demanding to see Chester’s birth certificate to prove he was born in the United States. This causes a minor scandal easily thwarted by Chester, because Chester was born in Vermont…but at the same time, the fake scandal provides cover for the real scandal.

William Arthur was not a naturalized citizen at the time of Chester Arthur’s birth, and therefore Chester Arthur was a British subject at birth and not eligible to be Vice President or President.

Source: Leo C. Donofrio

1 comment:

  1. Sounds A LOT like what ovomit did . . . the "birthers" wasted all sorts of time and energy trying to prove ovomit WASN'T born in Hawaii, when they SHOULD HAVE been emphasizing the fact his father was NOT a citizen at the time of ovomit's birth, which means ovomit was born with DUAL citizenship - a British Subject through his father, and and American through his mother (and/or by birth, IF he was indeed born in Hawaii (after it became a State!)