Spencer Kornhaber follows up on the story of Orly Taitz seeking ... something from the United Nations as she faces various shadowy threats to her crusade to
Spencer Kornhaber follows up on the story of Orly Taitz seeking … something from the United Nations as she faces various shadowy threats to her crusade to declare President Obama illegitimate. Jonathan Levy, Taitz’s attorney (and fellow graduate of the correspondence William Howard Taft Law School), explains the alleged “assassination attempts”:
I didn’t investigate it personally, but we know she’s disliked by a large number of people, some of whom are organized. It’s certainly plausible. And therefore, because it is a serious allegation, it would merit an investigation.
Why the UN? Because no one else will listen!
It has the appearance that there is something wrong here. And that’s why she would take the extreme measure of going to the U.N. Because where else is she supposed to go?
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