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Malware reappears at Taitz web site

I hadn’t seen any of those pop-ups lately from Taitz, ones trying to make you think you needed to update some software or cure a problem on your computer. They’re back.

The Google Chrome browser flashed red on her site!

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I presume this comes from some of her third-party advertising content.

While I was at it, I checked her stats at Alexa.com. Taitz has verified results at Alexa now, so we can actually see how many visits she gets:

Metric Orlytaitzesq.com Obamaconspiracy.org1
Daily unique visitors 1746 803
Daily page views 3578 1650
Monthly unique visitors 25170 10573
Monthly page views 110140 51136

 


1Obama Conspiracy Theories statistics, as reported by Google Analytics, were for the 31 day period ending November 7, 2014, which excluded the anomalous spike in traffic on November 8-9.

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Post hoc ergo Taitz propter hoc

Orly Taitz takes credit for delay in the confirmation of Carolyn Colvin to head the Social Security Administration. Confirmation was delayed, says Taitz, after she sent a “criminal complaint” to the FBI, alleging Colvin’s complicity in Obama ID fraud. Taitz’ article (and there is really an article under this headline) is: “Press release: Second high ranking Obama official involved in the cover up of Obama’s fabricated IDs, resigns, third official had her confirmation hearing postponed by Senate after Taitz filed a criminal complaint with the FBI.” Taitz wrote:

After Attorney Orly Taitz filed a complained with the FBI relating to acting commissioner Carolyn Colvin’s complicity in cover up of Obama’s use of a stolen Connecticut Social security number 042-68-4425, Senate confirmation of Carolyn Colvin as a full Commissioner of SSA was stalled for five months.

Colvin had been serving as the acting head of the Social Security Administration and was nominated by President Obama for the regular position. The Senate finance committee voted 22-2 to recommend the nomination to the full senate last September.

The background is that Orly Taitz had named Colvin in a lawsuit against the Social Security Administration under the Freedom of Information Act. A query at a database aggregator service returned the name “Harrison J. Bounel” and the year of birth 1890 attached to the social-security number used by President Obama, and publicized by Taitz. Taitz assumed this data item, the source of which remains unknown, must indicate that the number actually was issued to Bounel and that Obama had used it fraudulently. The Social Security Administration could find no such person in their files (nor has anyone else located this individual). This is what Taitz sued over and why she thinks Colvin is covering for the President.

Taitz also thinks she may have had a hand in the resignations of Attorney General Holder and Postmaster General Donahoe. both named in lawsuits. Taitz lost all of those lawsuits.

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Amnesty conspiracy

There was a time when on any slow news day I could go to Orly Taitz’ web site and find some crazy birther thing to write about. Those days are over. Nowadays Taitz is more likely to be talking about Ebola, Muslims, conservative candidates, impeachment or gays—and more than those: immigrants. Taitz wants illegals out of the country, and free trade agreements canceled.

The latest from her in immigration is the claim that next week, Obama is going to issue an executive order implementing some kind of amnesty. Here’s her headline:

Obama to announce theft of some 5 million jobs from American cities, aiding and abetting invasion, committing treason. Call every member of Congress, demand immediate impeachment and removal from office of Indo-Kenyan usurper Obama

Where does she get such crazy ideas?

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President Obama is planning to unveil a 10-part plan for overhauling U.S. immigration policy via executive action — including suspending deportations for millions — as early as next Friday, a source close to the White House told Fox News.

The president’s plans were contained in a draft proposal from a U.S. government agency. The source said the plan could be announced as early as Nov. 21, though the date might slip a few days pending final White House approval.

Fox News 13 November 2014 (citing anonymous sources)

Taitz didn’t accurately characterize the Fox story that she cited, and the plan (assuming Fox is right) is for deferred deportation, not amnesty.

Whatever your take on immigration policy, the fact is that a dysfunctional Congress puts more power in the hands of the President.

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Taitz berates a and Z

Perhaps we need a word in the English language to describe the particular blend  of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors we see commonly from Orly Taitz. Here’s a headline on her blog from October 31:

Mike Zullo, president of old case Posse for sheriff arpaio admits to getting large donations, such as a $10,000 check from a donor. Neither Zullo, nor CCP, no arpaio never filed a complaint against Obama with the authorities on the issue of Obama’s bogus IDs, even though moneys were collected for investigation and evidence was collected

What Taitz from her standpoint as a birther wouldn’t realize is that the evidence the Cold Case Posse based all of their publicity on so far has been discredited. A case cannot be built on speculation.

Orly’s next case?

Photo of John Boehner with sour expressionPoliticus USA reports:

For the second time in two months, a law firm has dumped Speaker of the House John Boehner and refused to represent House Republicans in their lawsuit against President Obama.

Commenters on that site have come up with the obvious solution, an attorney who would certainly be willing to sue President Obama, Orly Taitz.

Hanen to Taitz: Show me case law

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I greatly appreciate it when local newspapers cover local birther events. This time it is the Brownsville Valley Morning Star’s coverage of the Taitz v. Johnson hearing yesterday by reporter Emma Perez-Treveño.

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The reporter’s posts on Facebook yesterday provided some information on how the hearing progressed. The longer version (paid) of the article provides a little more information including the following (via The Fogbow):

Regarding her request for a travel ban, Hanen said that everyone needs to keep in mind what is within the province of the court, and what is within the province of the United States Congress and the Executive Branch. Noting that while he might or not agree with a ban, she might have to show him where he would have authority to issue one, and referred to the well-known saying that, “judges are appointed, but they are not anointed.”

“If you want to go there, you are going to have to show me,” Hanen told Taitz. Taitz told Hanen that he has the right to issue a writ of mandamus to force Burwell to issue an order of quarantine. But Hanen pointed out that the law authorizes, but does not mandate that Burwell issue such orders.

“Why are we here if you find there is nothing you can do?” Taitz asked Hanen amid his observations. “We are here because you filed a lawsuit,” Hanen told her. “I’ll let you question the witness Dr. Taitz, not me,” he added.

Taitz told Hanen that he was refusing to consider the threat of injury to her. “Show me case law,” Hanen told her. “Does the case law provide that? What is the likelihood that it can happen? There is no certainty with Ebola or that you would be affected by it,” he continued. It was noted that the threat must be actual or imminent, not conjecture or hypothetical. “You’re going to have to show me that it’s not hypothetical,” Hanen told her.

Taitz herself did not testify at the hearing, but her “expert witness” Vera Dolan did. The government stated that “a cough is a symptom, not a diagnosis” and Taitz doesn’t know what caused it, and even if she did catch a respiratory infection from one of the immigrant children, that child could have caught it in the United States.

Taitz should go to law school and learn about this stuff.

I personally think that Judge Hanen is out of line holding this hearing at all, until after the question of standing has been settled. Without standing, he has no jurisdiction. But then, I haven’t gone to law school.