GREGORY S. HOLLISTER, Plaintiff vs. BARRY SOETORO, a/k/a Barack Hussein Obama, in his capacity as : a natural person; in his capacity as [blah blah blah] JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., in his capacity [blah blah blah]
The “interpleader” part of the suit has been dismissed by United States District Judge James Robertson. Judge Robertson’s reason? The case was “frivolous”.
Ah, but that is not the end of the story. Philip J. Berg and co-counsel Lawrence J. Joyce moved for the courts permission to appear, although not credentialed, before the DC court. Judge Robertson left that question open by saying:
The motions of his counsel [#4, #5] for the admission pro hac vice of Philip J. Berg and Lawrence J. Joyce are in abeyance until the Court has had the opportunity, in open court, to examine their credentials, their competence, their good faith, and the factual and legal bases of the complaint they have signed.
To quote another attorney, “OUCH.”
No doubt the nObamas will spin this to say that the merits of Berg’s allegations will finally be judged on the merits. However, as the court has already declared the case frivolous, this can only be a bad thing for Berg and Joyce, who after all, signed the complaint which is full of rumors lacking evidence. It’s the whole garbage scow: grandmother tape and edited transcript, Indonesian school record, forged COLB, Hawaii registered foreign births in 1961, Obama adoption citizenship loss, bad Indonesian adoption law, Indonesian passport…
Much valid criticism has been leveled against the nObama tribe for reading into court decisions things that weren’t there. It is therefore wise and prudent not to read our own viewpoints into this decision. What will be will be. It could be that Berg withdraws the suit at this point and escapes with his hide intact. It could be that the complaint will be heard even if the interpleader filing is rejected (this is highly unlikely because the complaint itself has been already dismissed in another court before for lack of standing, and the judge has already called it frivolous).
I’m sorry. I’m a liberal and I have to feel sorry for the man.