Did Supreme Court Judges Appointed By Obama Reject Appeal on Eligibility?

Part of the reason the conference on Obama’s eligibility was scheduled to be reheard Monday was that two Obama appointees Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan had participated in the first decison to reject. Even though there was a pending motion for their recusal. Now, in a suprisingly brazen and arrogant act, it appears that these two appointees also participated in the decision to reject the appeal. When that appeal was made on the grounds that they participated in the original decision. How does this give the appearance of justice being done? World Net Daily reports-

An attorney who has been working with a case challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president says it is appalling the Supreme Court justices are allowing the constitutional rule of law to be destabilized by their “avoidance behavior,” and it’s even worse that two of Obama’s appointees apparently participated in the recent case conference.

“Their defiance of the court cases, their attitude they don’t really need to adhere to the law, is really unparalleled,” said Laurence Elgin, one of the experts working with the Constitutional Rule of Law Fund and website and monitoring the case brought by attorney John Hemenway on behalf of retired Col. Gregory Hollister.

[..] Monday’s notice turning away the case not only did not address the motion to recuse, it also did not include a notation – present in other cases when court members did not participate – on whether Sotomayor and Kagan sounded off on the eligibility of their benefactor. Supreme Court officials refused to respond to WND requests for a comment or explanation on the issue of the motion to recuse, as well as whether Kagan and Sotomayor took part in the conference on the case and how decisions were made to step away from a case because of a personal involvement.

[..] Elgin said the tactic of ignoring the issue ultimately will fail. “These judges are going to be exposed,” he said. “It’s going to come out. History is going to reveal this man as a fraudulent president. It’s very disturbing that the votes cannot be mustered [in the court]. “This was an appalling decision,” he said. “What’s happening is there’s a growing public perception the courts are not willing to examine the law and perform their functions. That’s why I think it’s going to backfire.”

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