Orly Taitz has done some odd things over the past couple of years, but I never cease to be amazed.
This one comes from her lawsuit, Taitz v Astrue, to compel the Social Security Administration to turn over Obama’s social-security records. As readers may recall, Taitz issued something not entirely unlike a subpoena to the Hawaii Department of Health for a copy of Barack Obama’s birth certificate (apparently not satisfied by the two copies already released by President Obama and posted on the Internet). The State replied that it could not comply as a matter of law. So Taitz has filed a motion with the court in DC to compel Hawaii to comply.
I’m not a lawyer, but 42 pages seems a little long for a motion to compel. Taitz being long-winded is par for the course, but in the way of evidence, I was not prepared for what she submitted as Exhibit 3 on Page 16:
Yes folks, she submitted Paul Irey’s t-shirt. She also threw in Doug Vogt’s paper too. One continues to wonder what any of this has to do with whether the SSA is required by the Freedom of Information Act to release Obama’s social-security records.
For Taitz, however, the most troubling part of her motion is the inclusion of the illegally-obtained employer validation attempt of Obama’s SSN. Somebody at SSA is bound to notice.