Birther opposes Jill Pryor judicial confirmation

Jill A. Pryor made her first appearance on this blog in its first month of publication in a reference to her law review paper, “The Natural-Born Citizen Clause and Presidential Eligibility: An Approach for Resolving Two Hundred Years of Uncertainty” – Yale Law Journal 1988. [Readers note that the original hyperlink to Prior’s article has gone stale like so many, and I’ve replaced it from Both the 2008 article and the Citizenship bookmarks link page have been updated.]

The Unslave America blog is campaigning to block Senate approval of her nomination to  the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Senate hearing. The author (presumably Tracy Fair) objects to Pryor’s confirmation because she agrees with the universal opinion of authorities on the topic, that persons like Barack Obama are eligible to be President. UA calls Pryor a “Georgia eligibility case co-conspirator” for her article, written more than 20 years before the Georgia eligibility case.

Please help stop this woman from being appointed to the Federal Appeals Court in Georgia by contacting every member on the Senate Judiciary Committee and letting them know that she is aiding and abetting Obama in covering up his identity and helping to hide the truth that he is not a natural born citizen.


Pryor was unanimously confirmed by the Senate on September 9, 2014.

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7 Responses to Birther opposes Jill Pryor judicial confirmation

  1. Thinker says:

    Well, one thing we know for sure. The fate of Ms. Pryor’s nomination will not be at all affected by anything birthers do.

  2. bob says:

    Pryor’s nomination is part of a package deal that may become, ummm, unpackaged.

    It should be an interesting confirmation, but not for the reasons the birthers desire to see.

  3. Dave B. says:

    It’s a pretty bad deal.

    bob: Pryor’s nomination is part of a package deal that may become, ummm, unpackaged.

  4. Joey says:

    Jill Pryor blocked from 11th Circuit

    Senators Isakson and Chambliss refuse to return ‘blue slips’ of approval, according to Georgia lawyers at Washington meetings.

  5. bob says:

    Jill Pryor blocked from 11th Circuit

    That was last session; she was re-nominated. This session, her nomination has been bundled with others. But under the new rules, the majority could approve only the nominees that it prefers

  6. J.D. Sue says:

    This must be part of the War on former Law Review Students…. Uh oh.

  7. donna says:

    J.D. Sue:

    Susan Moore? should we start a conspiracy? 😉

    check this out: Cronyism blamed for half of Univ. of Texas law school grads’ inability to pass the bar

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