Orly Taitz Delusional Quote of the Day
"Does this look like a behavior of an innocent person? An innocent person would have come to court and showed all the valid documents with the embossed seals, which are verifiable. Instead he is acting like a 5-year-old brat, saying 'I am afraid of Orly, 'I want the secretary of state of GA to act like my mommy and protect me from Orly.' Some leader of a free world . . ."
--Orly Taitz, the Aliso Viejo dentist/lawyer/real estate saleslady/Queen of the Birthers. The context is after the jump . . .
Among the funny papers against Barack Obama's presidency Taitz is filing in courts across the land is a suit aimed at keeping the Hawaiian off Georgia's March 6 primary ballot on grounds he's not a natural born citizen. The quote is part of her response posted on OrlyTaitzEsq.com to Obama's attorney Michael Jablonski asking Georgia's secretary of state to intervene in the suit following a judge's ruling that there is no reason the president should not attend a hearing today.
Jablonski says not only will Obama blow off the proceedings but the attorney will as well.
Orly began thusly:
"What Obama is asking now, is totally insane. He is asking the Secretary of State of GA to take the trial away from the judge on the eve of the trial. He is mostly crying on the shoulder of the Secretary of State of GA and saying that Orly is bad, because she issued all of those subpoenas. So after the judge told Obama, that the subpoena, that I issued was perfectly valid and he had to appear in court tomorrow and bring with him all of the documents, that I demanded, Obama decided to go behind the back of the judge and send the same complaint about me to the Secretary of State and he is asking the Secretary of State to take the trial away from the judge."
Scoff not, because one thing this lady is intimate with is insanity.
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you'll never miss OC Weekly's biggest stories. Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts