I wish it were from me (I could use the publicity), but it is from the LA Times according an email announcement from Orly today.
Says Tea Party snub not about birtherism
In a letter to the LA Times, Orly objects to an article titled “Activist who challenges Obama’s citizenship is booted from Tax Day Tea Party”. The Times article gives the definite impression that Republican candidates were calling “like crazy” asking that Taitz not be allowed to speak because of her role as a major proponent of birtherism.
Taitz, in her letter to the Times, says that the birther issue was not the reason, but rather her attacks on her opponent, Damon Dunn, as reported here on Obama Conspiracy Theories.
In a shocking disclosure, Taitz gives a hint that there may be some truth that she pulls her legal theories out of her rear, saying that she is “seeking disclosure of all the orifinal vital records of Mr. Obama.” Come on woman, you composed this in Microsoft Word; use the freaking spell checker!
Taitz threatens a RICO lawsuit
California statutes §18203 and §18500 provide for up to 3 years in state prison for elections fraud. If you do not issue a correction and apology, you and Los Angeles Times will be guilty of aiding and abetting elections fraud and being part of a conspiracy to commit elections fraud under RICO, as well as all the damages stemming from it.