Orly Taitz "Evidence" of Obama's "Black Racist Regime" Pulled from White Supremacist Site
Orly Taitz, the Rancho Santa Margarita-based Queen of the Birfers, has lately taken to calling out the "black racist regime" of Barack Obama and Eric Holder, with her "demand" for "impeachment hearings" for the country's attorney general based on "evidence" from a white supremacist website. Taitz's latest online rant came before Fourth District Court of Appeal justices in Santa Ana on Thursday rejected her appeal of state election results on the fantasy that Obama was not born in the United States.
Taitz, who has filed and had tossed multiple lawsuits since 2009 challenging Obama's eligibility, had appealed a lower court ruling rejecting her attempt to prevent Secretary of State Debra Bowen from certifying results of the 2012 primary election. Her suit was against Obama, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Elizabeth Emken, who finished ahead of Taitz in the primary for a U.S. Senate seat.
The panel of appellate justices, like other judges and justices have before, noted multiple legal errors by Taitz. The justices also upheld a lower-court judge's ruling that Taitz owed Occidental College, where Obama was a student from 1979 to 1981, $4,000 in sanctions. Taitz has tried without success to force Occidential to release Obama's college application, which she claims had him list his birthplace as Kenya.
"The trial court denied her motion for a stay of certification and dismissed the proceeding on multiple grounds, including that Taitz never properly served defendants, failed to exhaust her pre-election remedies, that her challenge was barred by laches, and that only the Sacramento Superior Court has jurisdiction to hear such election challenges,'' the justices wrote in their opinion (hat tip to City News Service).
The justices also noted that Taitz failed to file her lawsuit on time and failed to file emergency motions to halt the general election while continuing her litigation even after the winners took office. She had argued her case herself before the appellate panel; no one argued on behalf of the defendants.
The Russian-born lawyer, who was cagey about her long (and losing) legal campaign having anything to do with race in the beginning, has been growing more bold about mentioning Obama's African American heritage negatively. Take her "evidence" of a "black racist regime," which came from New Nation News, which includes pages dedicated to "Aboriginal news," "Confederacy news" and "Dark crimes."
A Taitz disciple who goes by "Virginia W." posted on OrlyTaitzEsq.com a link to the New Nation News' "Black-on-white crime" page, which collects links to crime stories from around the country where a suspect is African American and a victim is Caucasian. That brought this New Year's Day observation from lawyer/dentist/real-estate saleslady Taitz:
Evidence of multiple knockout black on white attacks not being prosecuted by our black racist regime of Obama and Holder
More evidence of young black men beating up, mutilating and in some cases killing whites, particularly elderly, women and children. Black racist Eric Holder does nothing about it, only charged one white man with hate crime, did not charge any blacks, Demand impeachment hearings for Holder. Please, give me phone numbers of white men and women, who were victims of these attacks.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) considers New Nation News "a hate website" (although, to be fair, New Nation News would react, "Right back atcha").
Based in Montgomery, Alabama, and founded in 1971 by civil rights lawyers Morris Dees and Joseph Levin Jr., the SPLC uses as its "evidence" to out New Nation News as haters its links that routinely catch the fancy of Don Wassall,a prominent supporter of the American Friends of the British National Party, a group formed to raise funds for a neo-fascist political party in England. Since 1996, Wassall has been editor of The Nationalist Times, which links to New Nation News pieces as white power and racial separatists visit both sites for their "news."
The Nationalist Times is the publication arm of the radical-right American Nationalist Union, which Wassall has served as executive director over and which was started in 1983 by veteran anti-Semite and Holocaust denier Willis Carto. You may recall Carto in 1978 co-founded the Costa Mesa-based "scholarly" anti-Semite organization the Institute for Historical Review, which had ties to neo-Nazi organizations. Carto ran IHR until he was forced out and accused of embezzling $7.5 million.
WHITES SHOULDN'T BE FORCED TO LIVE AMONG NON-WHITES by H. Millard © 2013
Other essays by H. Millard
(The Weekly prefers to use his full name, Martin H. Millard.)
A link to a Millard story also pops up near the bottom of the black-on-white crime page.
NATION STATES, PATTERN RECOGNITION AND RETRIBALIZATION by H. Millard (c) 2005
That's just above where the page informs readers to "Visualize a Negro-free Zone."
Nice group to link yourself to, Orly. And a nice hater Amazon.com is linking to. As I was checking out OrlyTaitzEsq.com for this story, and Amazon advertisement appeared in a couple places on the page. The ad was for three pairs of snow goggles I'd shopped for online the night before.
Creepy ... on so many levels!
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