Orly Taitz is noted for posting articles on her blog that are just long titles with no text in the body of the article. Now she’s taken to doing that with the federal courts in a new notice in the case of Grinols v. Electoral College. Her latest filing titled: “Notice of clarification regarding the fact that defendant Barack Obama was sued as an individual, as a candidate for office who committed fraud and used forged IDs and a stolen SSN as a proof of identity and proof of legitimacy for office.”
To be precise, there is a partial sentence in the body of the “clarification” that says:
This is to confirm that on 02.01.2013 at 3:30 pm Counsel for defendants Assistant U.S. Attorney Olsen called the Counsel for Plaintiffs Orly Taitz, whereby Mr. Olsen
And that’s all there is besides the case identification and a signature of Lila Dubert attesting to heaven knows what. What did Olsen say? What did Taitz say? Things aren’t clarified at all.
The title is itself somewhat at odds with birther claims up until this time. Birthers have complained that Obama has shown no proof of identity. Taitz says that he has. This is just another example of the incompetence that has plagued Taitz’ rationally-challenged legal complaints against Barack Obama.