As you probably know, the Supreme Court of the United States put the case of Noonan v. Bowen (actually a petition for a stay) on the list for its February 16th conference. The Court has not asked for a response (meaning that they aren’t seriously considering the case), but Orly Taitz, attorney for Noonan, filed something anyway [link to Taitz web site].
No one is going to accuse Orly Taitz of trying to suck up to the Supreme Court, since part of the brief is a demand for the two Obama appointees on the Court to recuse themselves, and she accuses a clerk of the Court of monkey business in a previous case of hers before the Court, Lightfoot v. Bowen, and then lying to cover it up.
And Nazis—did I mention Nazis? Here’s one of several:
Based on the behavior of the U.S. judges during the Obama regime, it is clear that Justice Breyer did not teach the Russian judges democracy and the independence of the judiciary but it is the other way around, the Russian judges taught American counterparts some telephone justice akin to the “judges letters” sent to judges during the NAZI regime.
Oh, and if the Court doesn’t hear her case, they will be guilty of:
It is time, it is high time for the Supreme Court of the United States to act, to assume the jurisdiction, as not doing so will be treason to the constitution.
TREASON? This brief is so “over the top” that we may be looking at a crash landing on the Moon!