White House Video Causes Orly Taitz to Try for Leniency at Supreme Court Once More

Orly Taitz's newest filing at the Supreme Court of the United States is a "MOTION FOR RECONSIFERATION." (Yes, [sic]) At least, that's how the title starts. Then you get this...

"OF THE APPLICATION FOR EMERGENCY STAY AND/OR INJUNCTION AS TO THE SANCTIONS DUE TO NEWLY DISCOVERED EVIDENCE OF FRAUD ON THIS HONORABLE COURT,...

FORGERY OF PASSPORT RECORDS, UTTERING, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, COMMITTED BY BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, AKA BARRY SOETORO, AKA BARRY SOEBARKACHA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IN ORDER TO IMPROPERLY INFLUENCE THIS HONORABLE COURT IN IT'S AUGUST 16, 2010 DECISION ON APPLICATION FOR STAY AND REVERSAL OF $20,000 SANCTIONS AGAINST POLITICAL DISSIDENT ATTORNEY DR. ORLY TAITZ AS A PUNISHMENT FOR HER REPRESENTATION OF MEMBERS OF THE US MILITARY QUESTIONING LEGITIMACY OF BARACK OBAMA FOR THE POSITION OF THE PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF."


Phew. What's that all mean? Taitz really doesn't want to pay the $20,000 in judicial fines against her that were recently upheld by the highest court in the land. She thinks the court should consider in light of new evidence, some of which is contained in this video:
   

A minute or two into the White House-produced clip--after some skull-explodingly awkward small-talk between Elena Kagan and the president--there's a sequence featuring a close-up shot of Barack Obama's passport. It lists his birthplace as Hawaii. Therefore, it's a forgery being perpetrated on the American people, requiring that the Supreme Court not only reconsider Taitz's sanctions but also...

award Taitz compensation for severe emotional distress suffered due to fraud committed by Obama

She may yet come out of this whole ordeal a richer woman!


Here's the new motion:
Orly Taitz's Motion To Reconsider

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