I’ve received comments that I’m spending too much time on Orly Taitz. There are reasons for that.
First, I get my news to report on from Google Alerts and Twitter. Most of what I’m seeing these days is about Orly Taitz. The Huffington Post covers her extensively, and she manages to keep herself in the spotlight.
Second, Orly is easy. One just has to type in the URL to her blog and there’s a high probability that there is something silly or outrageous on the front page. It’s really simple to turn those into an article by saying, “look at this, ha ha!” Such articles don’t usually take much time and research. An Orly article is “low hanging fruit.”
Third, there’s not much else going on. I think I’m pretty much covering the other stories. I haven’t touched Sandy Hook false flag truthers yet, and I suppose I should say something about Mike Zullo at the Surprise Tea Party meeting, but now that the election is over, this is all so utterly moot.