Today the Supreme Court issued a ruling in the Noonan v Bowen case that clears President Obama on claims made by Orly Taitz of identity theft and serving while ineligible to be President. Taitz had used this case to dump mounds of “evidence” upon the court including a last minute supplement brief with an affidavit from another of Taitz’s stable of Keystone-Kops-like amateur sleuths one Albert Hendershot from Alabama. The court found it was not compelling and issued the one line denial just minutes ago.
Taitz’s motion requested that the certification of the electoral votes in California be stayed as well as the certification by Congress. Both event have long since occurred as well as the Inauguration of President Obama.
Taitz was not available for comment as I wrote this article.
This denial ends the long string of futile litigation for Taitz. All that remains are a couple of exceedingly stupid and moot cases. One is in Mississippi where Taitz sought to prevent Obama’s name from appearing on the November ballot and another in the Eastern District of California where Taitz is suing to prevent the Electoral College from voting and Congress from certifying the electoral vote on behalf on an unsuccessful Romney elector from Minnesota among other losers.
The only reason for following these remaining silly cases is to see if the judges decide to put an end to this pretend lawyer’s abuse of the courts by imposing fees and sanctions that will put enough of a dent in the pocket book of her husband Yosef so that he decides to pull the plug on the antics of his Russian bride who pretends to be a civil rights attorney. Time will tell. Even the California Bar might wake up some day……some day.