Orly Taitz writes on her blog that she is contacting the various plaintiffs in her cases to see if they want to proceed, or withdraw. She concludes:
I will see in the near future, if there will be support from the GOP or major donors. Without the support I might need to withdraw my cases and seek dismissal without prejudice. I’ve done more than most people to seek justice and uphold the system of justice in this country. I will decide in the near future if I will proceed with the remaining challenges. I appreciate the support and encouragement from all of you. My supporters gave me the strength to go on while I was viciously attacked, however without support from the GOP and major donors and without one single honest judge willing to hear the case on the merits, I do not know if I can continue much longer.
It cost Taitz $4,000 just for one frivolous motion to compel a non-party in California, paid in sanctions to Occidental College for one opposition legal brief and one appearance in court. Multiply that by 6 cases, over 30 defendants, multiple court appearances and thousands of pages in legal briefs. The result is staggering.
Orly can play Lady Liberty, but in the end for her it’s all about the money.