Orly Taitz, the Laguna Niguel lawyer/dentist/real-estate saleswoman/frequent Navel Gazing muse, lost yet another round in court Thursday. A judge ruled against Taitz and in favor of Irvine's Damon Dunn, a fellow Republican (and losing) California secretary of state candidate she had accused of being ineligible to run.
But, today, Taitz got a huge boost when “The Donald”–recently roasted windbag Donald Trump–said he agrees with the Queen of the Birthers that Barack Obama was not born in the U.S.
Trump, who makes no secrets about wanting to get drafted as the Republican presidential nominee against Obama in 2012, therefore, uh, trumps Mike Huckabee, who only went so far as to recently say the president grew up in Kenya–before apologizing that he meant to say Indonesia.
“The reason I have a little doubt–just a little–is that he grew up
and nobody knew him,” Trump says in an interview broadcast today on ABC's Good Morning America. “You may go back and interview people in my
kindergarten–they'll remember me. Nobody ever comes forward [about
Obama]. It's very strange.”
Of course, Trump was much harder to forget as a kindergartener, given the hedgehog growing on his head.
Speaking of the delusional, Taitz stated at a hearing Monday that if she wound up losing Taitz v. Dunn, she would have to file a complaint alleging violation of
her constitutional right to redress, a court watcher tells the Weekly. When Judge Geoffrey T. Glass pointed out that
Taitz could merely appeal, she apparently responded, “99 percent of those are denied,
Oh, Orly, please never change . . .