I was being snarky when I wrote just a little while back in my article “The testimony of three witnesses” about Orly Taitz confirming witnesses to appear on October 22 at the trial in Taitz v. Elections Commission, “I doubt that Barack Obama has confirmed.”
As someone commented to me just last week: if you have a room full of lawyers figuring what Orly Taitz will do next, she will do something completely unexpected. Perhaps trying to subpoena the President is not completely unexpected. She did it last time around in Georgia. The Georgia administrative law court had no authority to enforce any subpoena. The Superior Court in Indiana can enforce one in Indiana, but not in Washington, DC. But we have a subpoena in any case [link to Taitz web site]. (I think a check mark is missing.)
The subpoena was sent to two attorneys who have represented President Obama in the past, Michael (empty chair) Jablonski in Georgia and Kip Wainscott, Counsel & Director of Delegate Operations at Obama for America. I don’t know if either actually represents Barack Obama today. I got the impression Orly served the subpoenas by email.
I have no idea what will happen. This is like watching a train wreck in slow motion.