Orly Taitz, Esq, DDS has lost her appeal of a $20,000 sanction imposed by federal district Judge Clay D. Land in the case of Rhodes v. MacDonald. Despite a warning and threat of sanctions from the court, Taitz pursued her frivolous case, demanding the court reconsider.
In her notice of appeal, Taitz argued that the judge should have recused himself (she claimed that the court’s failure to agree with her was proof of bias and that Judge Land had a private meeting with Att0rney General Eric Holder at a coffee shop near the court house even though Holder was on the opposite side of the country at the time), or lacking that, she was denied due process by not being given enough time to respond. Taitz, unable to leave well enough alone, spiced the document with a few gratuitous comments such as calling Judge Land’s order a “political lynching” and repeating her trademark claim that President Obama used 39 different social-security numbers.
In a one-page order, the 11th District Court of appeals said “no.” Oh well, another one bites the dust.