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Taitz Alleges Judge Secretly Met With Holder — And Cites Coffee Shop Sighting To Prove It

In a 24-page filing littered with all-caps, bold, and underlined text, Birther attorney Orly Taitz is demanding that a federal judge recuse himself in a case that has morphed from a soldier’s attempt to resist Barack Obama’s orders to what Taitz sees as a prosecution of herself. голова болит секс

Taitz alleges that Judge Clay Land met with Attorney General Eric Holder, who was allegedly spotted at a small coffee shop across from Land’s courtroom in Columbus, Georgia, on the day of a Birther hearing. A strange affidavit by one Robert Douglas describes the putative sighting of Holder, sans entourage, who “probably thought he would not be recognized.”

Douglas writes:

I looked up and immediately recognized an individual entering and approaching the serving counter, due to his well know [sic] TV displayed distinguishing features: his trim upper lip mustache, not large of stature and general olive complexion.

That alleged sighting is “circumstantial evidence suggesting that, in fact Judge LAND was influenced by prior association or direct ex-parte communications with Attorney General Eric Holder, acting as agent on behalf of de facto President Obama,” Taitz writes in her motion.

Her motion for the judge to recuse himself comes, remember, after Land shot down Taitz and her Army captain client’s case alleging Barack Obama is not legitimately president. At that point, despite a warning against more frivolous filings, Taitz challenged the judge’s order. And he gave her until last Friday to explain why she shouldn’t be fined $10,000.

Which brings us to Taitz’s motion for Land, of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, to recuse himself, and another motion asking for more time to respond to the threat of sanctions.

In the motion, which you can read in full here, Taitz, among other things:

  • Takes umbrage at judge’s use of the term Birther to describe her, noting that it is often coupled with “even more colorful epithets such as ‘batshit crazy'”
  • Says Land may be disqualified because he allegedly owns stock in Microsoft and Comcast which are “aligned both politically and economically with a key Defendant in this case” — “thede facto President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama” (emphasis hers)
  • Says Land cannot be an impartial adjudicator of whether she should be sanctioned by the court because he has “radically PREJUDGED” the facts of the Birthers’ case (caps hers)
  • Accuses Land of issuing “blitzkrieg-like rulings”
  • Compares Birther crusade to movement for desegregation, suggesting Land, whom she calls “this distinguished Southern Judge” would have been on the side of Jim Crow:

Surely this distinguished Southern Judge would have jailed Thurgood Marshall in the 1940s and ’50s for contempt when the future Supreme Court Justice repeatedly filed cases demanding on constitutional as well as social and psychological grounds the desegregation of primary and secondary public schools against well-established precedents such as Plessy v. Fergusson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896)

Finally, Tatiz asks for more time — until October 16 — to respond to his order requiring her to explain why she shouldn’t be fined $10,000. As she puts it:

The preparation of the response to this Order to Show Cause is in large part dependent upon whether the chief complaining witness, Judge Clay D. Land himself, will also serve as prosecuting attorney, judge, and jury of his complaint to impose a penalty for the undersigned attorney’s alleged misconduct in the amount of $10,000.00

12 Thoughts on “Now Squirrly Titz is citing coffee house meetings to prove Obama is not a citizen? F'ing nutzo. (H/T- Helga)

  1. Ghost of Dude on October 7, 2009 at 7:11 am said:

    Takes umbrage at judge’s use of the term Birther to describe her, noting that it is often coupled with “even more colorful epithets such as ‘batshit crazy’”

    Well, if the shoe fits…

  2. With all of this coverage, I get the feeling you believe her. Because after a while it’s not new, it’s not real and it takes up a lot of your time….Why would you believe her!?

  3. Because she is entertaining like Governor Moose Drool

  4. Ghost of Dude on October 7, 2009 at 11:38 am said:

    Low-hanging fruit…cake.

  5. Costner on October 7, 2009 at 12:45 pm said:

    So what state actually gave this woman a certificate to practice law, and why haven’t they revoked it yet? Shouldn’t she be disbarred for essentially wasting the court’s time and filing continual motions and filings as well as for proving she meets the legal definition for being “batshit crazy”?

  6. Ghost of Dude on October 7, 2009 at 12:48 pm said:

    She has a GED in law.

    Actually, I think she went to an online ‘law school’.

  7. She went to nut-bag skool.

  8. Tom DeLay who pulled a Palin yesterday, must be buddy buddy with Orly. He said today in Newsweek that Obama should show us his birth certificate. The two of them should start their own dancing show. You can pick the name.

  9. I found this story funny about the (limp) Hammer;


    That fucker has ‘stress fractures’ to his brain. And I will say it again, he is a fucker.

  10. Cliff Hadley on October 8, 2009 at 8:15 am said:

    Conservatives reject the trivial rantings of birthers. We have no connection to them. Yet progs are obsessed with it.

    On the other hand, one-third of Democrats believe 9-11 was an inside job. Yet I never hear anyone on this board, or any progs nationally, condemn such truly dangerous thinking.

    Your conspiratorial fantasies in both cases speak volumes.

  11. Ghost of Dude on October 8, 2009 at 9:29 am said:

    On the other hand, one-third of Democrats believe 9-11 was an inside job.

    A similar number of republicans in a recent survey believed the birthers’ line. Even more still have “doubts” about Obama’s citizenship.

    I’d like to see that survey of democrats today. Most of the troofers I know of are right-wingers.

    Yet I never hear anyone on this board, or any progs nationally, condemn such truly dangerous thinking.

    Let me be the first. 9/11 was a terrorist act planned, financed, and executed by the Al Qaeda terrorist network. Our government was not involved. The nutjobs who claim it was an inside job are nothing more than tin-foil hat whackos, and are either on the far left fringe or the far right fringe. I don’t know where you get your information, but we “progs” don’t buy the troofer line or yours.

  12. Costner on October 8, 2009 at 9:38 am said:

    Cliff Hadley: “On the other hand, one-third of Democrats believe 9-11 was an inside job.”

    Cliff – where they hell did you pull that number out of your ass? Was that a poll on FreeRepublic.com?

    As far as conservatives being not connected to birthers, I don’t think anyone is suggesting there is a connection to all conservatives or even all Republicans. But you would have to admit the birther movement is tied to some conservatives and even some of the very same people who organize tea party protests.

    Heck – wasn’t it just a day or two ago where Tom Delay was asking Obama for his birth certificate? There have been other high ranking members of the GOP associated with the birther movement as well. This list includes Rep. Bill Posey who introduced a bill in Congress requiring Presidents to submit their birth certificates. There is also Rep. John Campbell, Sen. Richard Shelby, Rep. Dan Burton, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, and Rep. Charles Boustany – all of which are Republicans in Congress, and all of which have questioned Obama’s eligibility to be POTUS.

    Then of course you have the conservatives who seem to run the show such as Limbaugh, Hannity, and Savage all of which have questioned Obama’s eligibility and continued to report on the birther movement.

    So you were saying something about having no connection?

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