Orly Taitz is serving her country, at least she is planning to serve the Electoral College, those 538 individuals who represent the 50 states of the United States in the election of the US President, with a lawsuit. She writes on her blog:
I brought the oral motion asking Judge Wingate to give me a leave of court to file a second amended complaint and bring the electoral college as an additional defendant. As far as I know it was never done in the U.S. history, nobody filed a legal actions against the electoral college, but then again nobody got into position of being on the verge of certification while using forged IDs. I will need help in research as to how I serve the electoral college.
Somehow I cannot imagine Judge Wingate giving Taitz leave to file a second amended complaint just as motions to dismiss the first amended complaint are in their final stages. Taitz doesn’t seem to plan her lawsuits. They are more like a stream of consciousness entities, morphing into whatever fits her stage of life and aimed at whoever is offending her today.
It boggles the mind to imagine the legal and Constitutional complexity of suing the Electoral College and Taitz is seeking input from the brightest and best of the intellectual bottom feeders, who at her blog fawn over her long string of losses, to figure it out for her. Clearly Taitz is not setting realistic goals.