"This is Tyranny!" Orly Taitz Bemoans Dismissal of Her Last Surviving Birfer Suit Against Obama
Oh, somewhere in this teabagged land Ben Carson is shining bright; Ted Nugent is playing somewhere, and somewhere homos are light (in the loafers), and somewhere Trump is laughing, and somewhere the Clintons pout; but there is no joy in Birtherville--mighty Orly has struck out.
Amazingly, even Orly Taitz herself is acknowledging the defeat of her last surviving court case alleging Barack Obama was not born in the United States.
On OrlyTaitzEsq.com, the Rancho Santa Margarita lawyer/dentist/real estate saleslady/intended Airbus A321 target cries in her Baltika about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit dismissing Grinols v. Obama, which she filed three years ago.
"We have seen the courts simply covering up Obama's use of bogus IDs," Taitz writes. "All of the cases filed against Obama prior to the general election were dismissed because they were not ripe yet. The case filed after the election was dismissed because it is moot. This is a total outrage and a cover up of the usurpation of the US presidency."
She accuses the court of "sending a message to the secretaries of state and lower court judges: discriminate between the candidates, commit treason, cover up crimes and forgery and theft of IDs and we will further cover it up by saying: too late."
Taitz filed suit in Sacramento on December 13, 2012, on behalf of James Grinols, a Republican elector from Minnesota, Robert Odden, a Libertarian elector from Minnesota, Keith Russell Judd, a federal prisoner who was on the West Virginia Democratic primary ballot, Edward Noonan, who won the American Independent Party presidential primary in California, and Thomas MacLeran, who filed to run as a Republican for president.
The suit sought to prevent Congress from certifying the Electoral College's vote and California officials from certifying the state vote in that November presidential election. But on Jan. 3, 2013, District Judge Morrison C. England Jr. denied a temporary restraining order to prevent Congress from certifying the Electoral College's vote, prompting the judge to tell Taitz, "Your argument, it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Why do you keep filing these lawsuits when they keep getting rejected?"
Objection, yer honor! How can you deem nonsensical an argument that includes an allegation there are TWO Barack Obamas: one who lived as "Barry Obama" in Hawaii while another thrived simultaneously in Indonesia as "Barry Soetoro."
Exhibit O (from Orly herself):
Based on this and Taitz's (and Donald Trump's) other frequent claims that Obama was not born in Hawaii but Kenya, that would mean the man in the White House for another year and change had already seen more of the world before he was age 10 than most of those who voted against him. (Or was it the Indonesian spy they voted against!?!)
England later heard oral arguments on a defense motion to dismiss the case as well as Taitz's "emergency" motion to dismiss the dismissal request (please keep up) because, she claimed, she filed paperwork too late to give the people she was suing proper notice. The judge dismissed Taitz's motion on Jan. 16 and then the suit itself on April 22, 2013.
Taitz appealed, filing a 63-page brief on Oct. 29, 2013, claiming: "U.S. attorneys defrauded the court;" Obama was not properly served; the court lacked jurisdiction (keep in mind she's the one who filed it there) and should not have said her case was moot; and the court wrongly decided that Judd, who had been a candidate, was the only plaintiff to have standing.
But wait, there's more: the court should have ruled on Taitz's claim that more than 1 million votes in California were from defective registrations; the court should not have taken cues from all the other cases she's filed that refused to rule on her fake Obama Social Security number claims; the judge should have allowed her to file more of her funny papers; the court should have recognized Barack Obama does not legally exist; and it should have decided Obama can't be president because his Selective Service application doesn't have a visible year "19" on it.
All that work for nothing. More sad is our local clogger of state and federal courts across the land has lost faith.
"Bottom line, this is yet another proof that we do not have a system of justice and any and all crimes committed by the establishment's chosen puppets will be covered up by judges," she writes. "This is tyranny!"
Don't cry for her, Argentina. She's already focusing on the next White House occupant, pimping for Trump.
You know, her ol' birther buddy.
Call her Ivana Lite!
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