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Taitz lawsuit target named to US Senate

Photo of Brian SchatzBrian Schatz, defendant in Orly Taitz’ Judd v. Obama lawsuit, was named by Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie to the U. S. Senate today to fill the seat of deceased Senator Daniel Inouye.

Like President Obama, Democratic Lieutenant Governor Schatz grew up in Hawaii and attended the same prestigious Punahou school. Schatz attended college in California and studied abroad in Kenya. Schatz also worked as a community organizer.

Schatz is best known in the Obama conspiracy community for his job as Hawaii Democratic Party Chair in 2008, and the one who signed  the Certificate of Nomination of Barack Obama as the State’s Democratic Nominee for President saying:

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following candidates for President and Vice-President of the United States are legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the national Democratic Parties balloting at the Presidential Preference Poll and Caucus… Barack Obama…

A bizarre headline appeared at WorldNetDaily on an article by Jerome Corsi:

Obama ignores senator’s dying wish

Appoints birth-certificate ally instead of Inouye’s choice

Somebody explain to Corsi that the President doesn’t appoint Senators.

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7 Responses to Taitz lawsuit target named to US Senate

  1. avatar
    Judge Mental December 27, 2012 at 7:25 pm #

    Countdown to birther allegations that Schatz devoted part of the Pomona College term which he spent studying in Kenya to conspiring with officials to make Obama’s Kenyan records disappear….5…4…3…2…1…

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    ObiWanCannoli December 27, 2012 at 7:41 pm #

    Now everything makes sense. Brian Schatz must be the one who sent the telegraph from Kenya to the news papers in Hawaii that Stanley Dunham gave birth to Obama Junior. Yeah, I know he is 12 years younger than president Obama but that fact like others shouldn’t interfere with the birther logic and reasoning.

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    Butterfly Bilderberg December 27, 2012 at 7:51 pm #

    What lovely symmetry. Karma is a bitch.

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    Steve December 27, 2012 at 8:02 pm #

    Corsi is already saying something is fishy.

    http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/obama-ignores-senators-dying-wish/

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    Lani December 27, 2012 at 9:00 pm #

    The problem with appointing Hanabusa to be Senator was that a special election would be called to fill her (just won) House seat. In addition to being expensive, the election could create the possibility of losing the seat to the GOP if the Dem vote was split between 2 or more Dem candidates. That happened just a few years ago, giving us a GOP representative (until the next election).

    As much as many of us hoped Inouye’s assessment and request would be honored, and I looked forward to having two senators who are women, Schatz’s appointment was a good decision.

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    Terry K. December 27, 2012 at 9:08 pm #

    Corsi also has no evidence whatsoever to back up his claim that Obama got Schatz appointed. Here’s the closest he gets: “Everything seemed in place for Hanabusa until Obama decided to take the family to Hawaii for Christmas.”

    Apparently, the mere presence of Obama in Hawaii is enough to make Abercrombie bend to Obama’s will, despite the fact that nobody has any idea who, if anyone, Obama wanted to see appointed.

    Steve:
    Corsi is already saying something is fishy.

    http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/obama-ignores-senators-dying-wish/

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    G January 1, 2013 at 1:17 pm #

    Speaking of which…a year ago, one of Orly’s main legal Birther battles was her lawsuit in HI.

    Whatever happened to that? Last I recall, the defense wanted to ask for sanctions and to have her declared a vexatious litigant.

    …but they were waiting for Orly to finish her litany of endless additional nonsensical motions before filing for their final costs…

    So has anything else happened there? It has been close to a year now…shouldn’t that thing (especially the vexatious litigant and sanction parts) finally get resolved??? Or did I miss something…