Orly Taitz Birther Movement Queen Fined For Frivolous Litigation
Orly Taitz Birther Movement Queen Fined For Frivolous Litigation – Orly Taitz who is one of the many leaders of the comical movement known as the “birther” was hit with a monstrous $20,000 fine by The Supreme Court earlier today .
Taitz who is both a dentist and a lawyer in the state of California was fined for a 2009 lawsuit she filed in Georgia on behalf of Army Capt. Connie Rhodes, who refused to be deployed to Iraq, stating that the orders were illegitimate because Obama is not eligible to be President seeing that he was born in Kenya.
Judge Clay Land who had a field day with Taitz last year said in a statement that the 49-year-old was wasting people’s time and that her case was “frivolous”.
But do not expect Justice Samuel Alito and Justice Clarence Thomas’ rejection of the request to stop Taitz’s birther movement.
The attorney has announced that thanks to the many donations that she has received from fellow birthers, she will continue to fight in order to avoid paying the fine and went as far as comparing herself to former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela saying,”Mandela was in prison for years, he went against the regime, but ultimately he prevailed.”
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