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Too Taitz

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.

37 Responses to Too Taitz

  1. avatar
    Daniel January 24, 2013 at 1:56 pm #

    From what I understand, the Surprise Tea Party Meeting with Zullo was less of a meeting, and more of a “coffee for two please”.

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    john January 24, 2013 at 2:51 pm #

    I wish success for Zullo and Arpaio but I’m afraid their investigation is moot and won’t go anywhere as far Obama is concerned. Obama has been re-elected and sworn back in. The only real way to remove him is through impeachment and that simply won’t happen with a Dem controlled Senate. Zullo and Arpaio had their chance trying get to McCain, Kyle and Senator Coburn with the hopes of raising an objection with the Joint Session of Congress but they blew it. I know Miki Booth is in close contact with Zullo and I told her repeatedly to tell Zullo to reach out to these individuals. I am quite disappointed at Miki and Zullo on this point.

    However, I do support their continued investigation. The people need to know the truth even if certain persons on the blog and elsewhere believe the truth is a smear at President Obama.

    As far as Colin Powell is concerned, Zullo needs to make more of an effort to get in contact with him and have him review the evidence they compiled as the result their investigation. Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.

    I always told Orly when she was trying to get Eric Holder or the US DC Attorney to file a Quo Warranto, that she should find out where Holder and the attorney were speaking and follow them there. I remember giving Orly several times where Holder was attending an event or speaking publically and told her to attend as well.

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    Scientist January 24, 2013 at 3:15 pm #

    Doc: How can you inore the biggest conspiracy scandal of all time, one that threatens the very foundations of eveything we hold dear? It involves the military, the President and motherhood. I refer, of course, to Beyonce-gate.

  4. avatar
    Thomas Brown January 24, 2013 at 3:24 pm #

    You see the same phenomenon with DonaldTrump. He gets 100x the attention he deserves, but… how can one resist? They’re both like a cross between a car wreck and a blooper reel.

  5. avatar
    misha marinsky January 24, 2013 at 3:55 pm #

    Thomas Brown: They’re both like a cross between a car wreck and a blooper reel.

    +10

  6. avatar
    Daniel January 24, 2013 at 3:59 pm #

    john:
    I wish success for Zullo and Arpaio but I’m afraid their investigation is moot and won’t go anywhere as far Obama is concerned.

    Fake investigations over non-issues usually end up that way

  7. avatar
    Crustacean January 24, 2013 at 3:59 pm #

    john: certain persons on the blog and elsewhere believe the truth is a smear at President Obama

    Yes, smear sounds about right. But the truth is never a smear. Do you see where I’m going with this? (hint: rational thinking required)

  8. avatar
    Benji Franklin January 24, 2013 at 4:14 pm #

    You done well in focusing so often on Orly, Doc. We tend to dismiss her as an Obama-hating nut-case, but the spectacle of her never-ending vendetta against the first black President features instance after instance of shocking reminders of the ways in which our way of government is open to badly-intended and poorly reasoned legal attacks from our own citizens.

    The judiciary didn’t let the Constitution down, but we are not used to seeing someone crazy allowed to knock on the door pretending that her online law degree’s first victim should be the President of the United States. We actually waited to see what each judge would say. Why? I think partially because we recognize the ultimate decision about what the Constitution means may be determined by cleverly arranged words and phrases , assigned self-serving meanings. Mario was convinced he was always just one essay away from presenting a prevailing argument.

    Orly has proven to be the classic “loose cannon”. With little chance of hitting what she’s aimed at, she has repeatedly rolled over and injured others on her own ship under the sheer weight of her incompetence. The fascination with Orly is not in her tilting at a windmill; it’s in the remote but extant prospect of the unspeakable harm that could result from her somehow destroying something precious to our democratic republic.

    Thanks, Doc.

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    Reality Check January 24, 2013 at 4:27 pm #

    I think that is called stalking. Zullo can contact Orly for advice on that.

    john: Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.

  10. avatar
    Majority Will January 24, 2013 at 4:31 pm #

    “Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.”

    Oh sure, because relentlessly stalking a former four-star general, National Security Advisor, Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff must seem like a fine and dandy idea to a delusional birther bigot.

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    Majority Will January 24, 2013 at 4:36 pm #

    Reality Check:
    I think that is called stalking. Zullo can contact Orly for advice on that.

    it’s good initiation and practice for incoming FBI agents fresh out of Quantico.

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    Majority Will January 24, 2013 at 4:40 pm #

    “The people need to know the truth even if certain persons on the blog and elsewhere believe the truth is a smear at President Obama.”

    There are so many things wrong with that statement that die hard birther bigots will never understand.

    – smh -

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    Rickey January 24, 2013 at 6:01 pm #

    john:

    However, I do support their continued investigation.

    Here’s the thing. Before you can have a “continued investigation” you first need to have a real investigation. A real investigation involves questioning all parties who have relevant information regarding the subject of the investigation. A real investigation also would have involved hiring real experts. A real investigation would have resulted in turning over the results of the investigation to prosecutors to weigh the “evidence” and determine if a crime was committed.

    A phony investigation, on the other hand, results only in press conferences and pandering to supporters

  14. avatar
    Andrew Morris January 24, 2013 at 6:02 pm #

    There is a very, very good letter from Sen. Shelby that she has on her website. Her reason for posting it is to show how stupid he is but, like everything she touches, it actually shows how smart he is and how crazy she and her fellow travellers are.

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    ZixiOfIx January 24, 2013 at 6:21 pm #

    Daniel:
    From what I understand, the Surprise Tea Party Meeting with Zullo was less of a meeting, and more of a “coffee for two please”.

    I’ve heard that Mr. Zullo was a car salesman for many years.

    I imagine talking with him is like talking with Jerry Lundegaard in Fargo about undercoating your car. It’ll make you madder than blue blazes, then you’ll just want to get it over with.

  16. avatar
    CarlOrcas January 24, 2013 at 6:25 pm #

    john: However, I do support their continued investigation.

    What “investigation”? What “evidence”?

  17. avatar
    justlw January 24, 2013 at 7:56 pm #

    john: The only real way to remove him is through impeachment and that simply won’t happen.

    Tightened it up for you.

  18. avatar
    Pieter Nosworthy January 24, 2013 at 8:03 pm #

    Taitz is a menace. She, at one time, encouraged active military to disregard their oath with little understanding of consequence for the sole purpose of her single-minded (simple-) hope of winning an argument premised on questionable concerns of fraud.

    What is wrong with condemning her effort? She has no sense of propriety, perspective or proportion.

  19. avatar
    misha marinsky January 24, 2013 at 8:16 pm #

    ZixiOfIx: I’ve heard that Mr. Zullo was a car salesman for many years.

    Randall Terry, founder of Operation Rescue, was also a used car salesman.

    Birds of a feather…

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    justlw January 24, 2013 at 8:22 pm #

    Orly’s site appears to be in re-runs, but that’s good, because I hadn’t heard of this bit of madness before. She appears to believe that the former chief actuary of the Social Security Administration gave Obama his dead mother’s SSN. Because that’s what you’d do.

    This apparently dates back to 2009, but here it is again on her front page. Did she forget she did this one already? (According to OFGS, back in 2010 she called the guy, who retired in 2001, and he “laughed and hung up on her.”)

  21. avatar
    CarlOrcas January 24, 2013 at 9:22 pm #

    ZixiOfIx: I’ve heard that Mr. Zullo was a car salesman for many years.

    And still was when I lived in Arizona a couple years ago.

    His prior police experience was with a small New Jersey police department that only had a a handful of officers. If he did detective work it wasn’t much and he didn’t retire. He left after a few years and moved to Arizona.

    On top of that there is no investigation because there are no investigators. Zullo is not a certified peace office in Arizona.

    Other than that…………………….

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    CarlOrcas January 24, 2013 at 9:24 pm #

    Rickey: Before you can have a “continued investigation” you first need to have a real investigation.

    More important you need a real investigator…..a real police officer. Zullo and the posse aren’t.

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    SluggoJD January 24, 2013 at 9:54 pm #

    john:
    I wish success for Zullo and Arpaio but I’m afraid their investigation is moot and won’t go anywhere as far Obama is concerned.Obama has been re-elected and sworn back in.The only real way to remove him is through impeachment and that simply won’t happen with a Dem controlled Senate.Zullo and Arpaio had their chance trying get to McCain, Kyle and Senator Coburn with the hopes of raising an objection with the Joint Session of Congress but they blew it.I know Miki Booth is in close contact with Zullo and I told her repeatedly to tell Zullo to reach out to these individuals. I am quite disappointed at Miki and Zullo on this point.

    However, I do support their continued investigation.The people need to know the truth even if certain persons on the blog and elsewhere believe the truth is a smear at President Obama.

    As far as Colin Powell is concerned, Zullo needs to make more of an effort to get in contact with him and have him review the evidence they compiled as the result their investigation. Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.

    I always told Orly when she was trying to get Eric Holder or the US DC Attorney to file a Quo Warranto, that she should find out where Holder and the attorney were speaking and follow them there. I remember giving Orly several times where Holder was attending an event or speaking publically and told her to attend as well.

    Over 300,000,000 people in the U.S. know the truth, you diseased vegetable.

    You just don’t like it.

    HAHAHAHAHA

  24. avatar
    Thomas Brown January 25, 2013 at 8:19 am #

    Majority Will:
    “Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.”

    Oh sure, because relentlessly stalking a former four-star general, National Security Advisor, Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff must seem like a fine and dandy idea to a delusional birther bigot.

    Well, sure, ’cause everyone knows he only landed those positions thru Affirmative Action. ;)

  25. avatar
    Northland10 January 25, 2013 at 9:07 am #

    Thomas Brown: Well, sure, ’cause everyone knows he only landed those positions thru Affirmative Action.

    When General Powell supported Obama over McCain the Freepers were livid. The went on about Powell insulting Reagan who was nice enough to give Powell a position. Their none to subtle statement was that Reagan and Bush’s house boy is being ungrateful to his masters.

    McCain’s pushing of open ended military commitments and nation building, an anathema to Powell, had nothing to do with his supporting Obama.

  26. avatar
    Reality Check January 25, 2013 at 9:20 am #

    I am not surprised John, who I am pretty sure is the jy1977 who listens to my show, would think it would be OK to stalk Colin Powell. When coward Lakin was convicted jy was so mad he said he would melt down COL Roberts Medal of Honor. COL Gordon Roberts was Lakin’s CO and at the time was the only active duty MoH recipient. “John” also wrote that Roberts should have been charged with dereliction of duty.

    John/jy lives in a upside down world where a coward and fool like Lakin is a hero and true heroes like COL Gordon Roberts and GEN Colin Powell are traitors. I cannot imagine being in such a place.

    Majority Will:
    “Tracking Colin Powell’s movements and finding out where he will speaking is probably the best way to go.”

    Oh sure, because relentlessly stalking a former four-star general, National Security Advisor, Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff must seem like a fine and dandy idea to a delusional birther bigot.

  27. avatar
    The Magic M January 25, 2013 at 11:11 am #

    john: As far as Colin Powell is concerned, Zullo needs to make more of an effort to get in contact with him and have him review the evidence they compiled as the result their investigation.

    Since Powell is obviously a staunch anti-birther, what makes you think any of the CCCP “evidence” is going to make him change his mind? (BTW I guess if Powell knows about any birther, it’s Arpaio.)

    john:
    I always told Orly when she was trying to get Eric Holder or the US DC Attorney to file a Quo Warranto, that she should find out where Holder and the attorney were speaking and follow them there.

    Again, what makes you think any of those people would turn birther?
    Birther lore has already named them as part of the conspiracy BTW.

    So I never really understood how they could hold these two incompatible, irreconcilable opinions at the same time:

    1. That … is a die-hard part of the conspiracy and will do any- and everything to protect Obama.

    2. That … will turn full metal birther if only pestered and “enlightened” often enough.

    Is this still the “Obots are in panic and one of them might break rank to save his behind” meme that we saw when, 3 years ago?

    BTW when are those 30 days over Orly said she’d have Obama out of office by?

  28. avatar
    Rickey January 25, 2013 at 3:07 pm #

    Reality Check:
    I am not surprised John, who I am pretty sure is the jy1977 who listens to my show, would think it would be OK to stalk Colin Powell.

    I also have come to the conclusion that John is jy1977. I found his Facebook page, where he posts the same nonsense which he posts here. He spent much of late December and early January encouraging people to demand that their Senators and Representatives make an objection to the electoral vote.

  29. avatar
    Rickey January 25, 2013 at 3:17 pm #

    Here is the latest Obama conspiracy theory. Now he wants military commanders who are willing to shoot American citizens.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/renowned-author-obama-wants-military-leaders-who-will-fire-on-u-s-citizens

  30. avatar
    misha marinsky January 25, 2013 at 5:36 pm #

    Rickey: Here is the latest Obama conspiracy theory. Now he wants military commanders who are willing to shoot American citizens.
    http://www.examiner.com/article/renowned-author-obama-wants-military-leaders-who-will-fire-on-u-s-citizens

    Read my comment.

  31. avatar
    Crustacean January 25, 2013 at 5:52 pm #

    misha marinsky: Read my comment

    Oh, yeah, that’s top-shelf stuff, Misha!

    I think I know why you like cats: you relate to how cats toy with their prey, don’t you? :)

  32. avatar
    misha marinsky January 25, 2013 at 5:57 pm #

    Rickey: Here is the latest Obama conspiracy theory. Now he wants military commanders who are willing to shoot American citizens.
    http://www.examiner.com/article/renowned-author-obama-wants-military-leaders-who-will-fire-on-u-s-citizens

    Also, read my two replies to Dan O’Brien.

  33. avatar
    Keith January 25, 2013 at 7:06 pm #

    john: Tracking Colin Powell’s movements

    Did someone bring the Nixon plumbers back in out of the cold? ‘Cause this is really plumbing the depths of depravity now.

  34. avatar
    Rickey January 28, 2013 at 5:24 pm #

    Orly has doubled down on her subpoena fails in the Grintols case with another unenforceable subpoena.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/122503614/CA-ECF-57-2013-01-27-Grinols-v-Electoral-College-Subpoena-Obama

    This one is deservedly being mocked at The Fogbow, For one thing, she again fails to allow enough time for a response. Also, Obama is a named defendant in the lawsuit, so the correct way to ask for what she wants is to file a request for production of documents, but she can’t do that either because the case is not in discovery. Add to this the fact that she is demanding documents which Obama either definitely does not have or most likely does not have. There also is no record of him being served with the subpoena.

    Other than that, it is a masterpiece of legal work.

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    J.D. Sue January 28, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

    Rickey: Other than that, it is a masterpiece of legal work.

    —-

    Well, it’s a masterpiece of her unique style of practice… Look how she noticed it “per order of” Judge England:

    ” NOTICE of a new subpoena with an additional time to comply issued and being served on defendant Barack Obama per 01.17.2013 order of Honorable Judge England by All Plaintiffs re [55] Order,. (Taitz, Orly)”

    I actually looked up the order, and then the underlying defendant’s motion requesting that order. If you haven’t read it before, you should–it’s a real laugh out loud experience. She had filed discovery subpoenas on almost all of Washington on Christmas, demanding they produce docs before New Years…

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/118079864/Grinols-et-al-v-Electoral-College-et-al-Motion-To-Extend-Time-For-Responding-To-Subpoenas-California-Electoral-Challenge-Hearing-12-26-2012

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    Rickey January 28, 2013 at 6:46 pm #

    J.D. Sue: —-

    Well, it’s a masterpiece of her unique style of practice…Look how she noticed it “per order of” Judge England:

    She also failed to fill in the blank space for identifying whiich District the case is in.

  37. avatar
    Yoda January 28, 2013 at 8:00 pm #

    Rickey:
    Orly has doubled down on her subpoena fails in the Grintols case with another unenforceable subpoena.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/122503614/CA-ECF-57-2013-01-27-Grinols-v-Electoral-College-Subpoena-Obama

    This one is deservedly being mocked at The Fogbow, For one thing, she again fails to allow enough time for a response. Also, Obama is a named defendant in the lawsuit, so the correct way to ask for what she wants is to file a request for production of documents, but she can’t do that either because the case is not in discovery. Add to this the fact that she is demanding documents which Obama either definitely does not have or most likely does not have. There also is no record of him being served with the subpoena.

    Other than that, it is a masterpiece of legal work.

    Perhaps the judge was too subtle when he told her the case had no chance to win on the merits.