Orly ‘Despicable Me’

Orly still cannot read

Judge Oki-Mollway orders to file a new claim with a new filing fee of $400.

She did not order you to do so, but rather rejected your attempt to change the nature of your original filing. There is no hope for your new complaint.

Orly, undeterred by facts, goes off on one of her usual tangents, which are light in evidence and heavy in rhetoric

The court appears to seal exhibits that are the most detrimental to Obama. For example, Taitz provided Judge Oki -Mollway with evidence of several gay men connected to Obama being assassinated in November-December 2007 when Obama started his presidential campaign. Many believed that it was done to preserve the image of Obama, that these innocent men were assassinated, sacrificed in order to create an image of a straight family man for Obama who is widely believed to be bisexual. There was no legal reason to remove or seal these pages.

There is no evidence that the court ordered them to be removed or sealed… Silly Orly

Taitz does not know who sealed these pages and wrote “Restricted” : was it the clerk of the court or Judge Oki-Mollway, but it appears that this court is going out of its’ way to cover up anything that might tarnish the image of Obama.

In Orly ‘logic’: I have no evidence but I am convinced that the court is involved. Such a fool, no wonder she continues to lose her legal battles.

Taitz argued that there is a common Modus Operandi where a number of individuals who had damaging information in regards to Obama’s IDs or identity or image were either assassinated or died under suspicious circumstances.

Poor Orly… She may have tried to argue but at best she has insinuated.

It is an irony, while Obama is considered to be the first gay president and supposedly supportive of gay community and embraced by the gay community, nobody seems to care about the unsolved assassinations of gay men linked to Obama.

What a despicable person.

One thought on “Orly ‘Despicable Me’

  1. > She did not order you to do so, but rather rejected your attempt to change the nature of your original filing.

    It’s a remix of the old “I lost, that’s good because now I can appeal and there my win is guaranteed” crank meme.

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