Orly Taitz is excited, to put it mildly, that a video of her has appeared on the NASDAQ.com web site. It’s an excerpt from the Stephanie Miller Show (progressive talk radio, which of course isn’t broadcast around here).
The segment is almost draining to listen to, with non-stop talking, always Orly and sometimes both.
Now here we have Stephanie Miller talking about a demand for retraction from Orly:
Taitz has also noted with some displeasure, Squeeky Fromm Girl Reporter’s clever spoof item about a “Dear Orly” column. Apparently Orly didn’t get the joke writing:
More nonsense from Obots, claiming that I started “Dear Orly” column. This is not true. Never happened. With all of ObamaForgeryGate litigation I do not have time to breath, never mind run “Dear Orly” Column
Orly’s litigation load has been lightened though. Her attempt to raise an old California case, Keyes v. Obama, from the dead has met with the end reserved for all movie zombies with a rejection from Judge Carter.
The big news on Taitz litigation is her hearing in three weeks in Mississippi. The hearing is scheduled for September 24 at 9:30 am in Jackson, for the case of Taitz v Mississippi Democratic Executive Committee. I wish I could be there, but it’s a bit far. Orly is pleading for Sheriff Joe Arpaio to show up. I wish he would show up and testify too.