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Citizenship and Allegiance Tree

Updated: Feb 14, 2023

February 12, 2023

Nikki Haley’s home state of South Carolina doesn’t list active candidates for the 2024 election yet, and there is no Presidential candidate filing for her with the Federal Election Commission. So, it is with great amazement just how far and wide news organizations and social media posts have already begun to report on an ineligible 2024 Presidential candidate, even without a formal announcement.

Among all this fervor for another opportunity to usurp the Constitution, Article II Guardians remains committed to adhering to the law of the land, the U.S. Constitution. Electing a candidate with multiple allegiances at birth not only violates the Presidential requirements in #Article2, but it also represents a national security threat. Because the Chief Executive is also the Commander-in-Chief of the nation’s Armed Forces, the Framers required a #naturalborncitizen with sole allegiance for the Office of the Presidency as a strong check against foreign influence.

The Citizenship and Allegiance Tree is a useful resource for illustrating how varied birth circumstances can determine one’s natural-born citizenship status, and thus Presidential eligibility.

Nikki Haley: Ineligible

In this example, we can see that Nikki Haley’s parents were not U.S. Citizens at the time of her birth. Being born in South Carolina to two alien parents, Nikki Haley is a citizen of the United States, naturalized “at birth” under the Fourteenth Amendment; but not an Article II natural-born citizen of the United States and therefore fails to meet the Constitutional requirement for President of the United States.

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Although previous efforts to enforce Article II eligibility have reached the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court, every challenge was answered with silence and repeated injury. This inability to enforce the Constitutional qualifications for President of the United States, Commander-in-Chief of its Armed Forces, and Vice-President of the United States is a threat to national security and should not be mistaken for acquiescence. is now on Rumble! To get the latest Constitutional news and analysis from Article II Guardians, be sure to subscribe and share.

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