Atty. Orly Taitz Files Temporary Restraining Order Motion in Obama Eligibility Case

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by Sharon Rondeau

Atty. Orly Taitz has six active cases challenging Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility and alleging that he has committed various crimes, including identity and Social Security fraud

(Dec. 19, 2012) — California Atty. Orly Taitz has filed a Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order of the Secretary of State and Governor to enjoin them from certifying the state’s 55 electoral votes for Barack Obama, claiming that he is a “citizen of Indonesia” and is using a Social Security number not assigned to him.

Taitz has also claimed that Obama has presented fraudulent short- and long-form birth certificates and a fraudulent Selective Service registration card to the public.  The Post & Email was sent a copy of the Selective Service card after filing a request for it in 2010.

In her motion, Taitz states that “There is a substantial likelihood of success on the merits of the case.”

A law enforcement investigation in Maricopa County, AZ announced on March 1, 2012 that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service card were “computer-generated forgeries,” and Taitz has included the affidavit of lead investigator Michael Zullo as well as numerous affidavits from various analysts and a private investigator attesting to Taitz’s allegations against Obama.  Zullo has stated that Obama is the only president who “has three names.”  At a second press conference on July 17, Zullo and Sheriff Joe Arpaio called for a congressional investigation which to date does not appear to have commenced.

The Post & Email spoke with Taitz at approximately 7:30 PST to ask what her next step is after filing the TRO motion, and she responded, “I’m waiting for the judge to rule.  I talked to his assistant today, and she said it’s up to him as to how quickly he will rule, whether he needs a hearing or if he will rule on the pleading,” which Taitz said is more than 30 pages long.

Taitz has filed an intervenor motion in federal court in Indiana to a case filed by the government watchdog organization, Judicial Watch.

“I have several cases going on:  one in Mississippi, where everything was briefed and I’m waiting for the judge to rule; I briefed a case on behalf of presidential electors in the Eastern District of California; I submitted a case to Chief Justice John Roberts at the Supreme Court of the United States. I have a case in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and another case in the Court of Appeals.  I have six cases that are going right now,” Taitz said.

Taitz said that she will be sending copies of her complaints to all of the defendants, which include Obama, Joe Biden, the 50 Secretaries of State, members of the Electoral College, and 50 governors.  She plans on sending copies of the complaint and TRO petition to individual members of Congress, beginning with Speaker of the House John Boehner and including Rep. Darrell Issa, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee; Rep. Trey Gowdy, and Senator Mitch McConnell.  “I feel it’s more important to put them on notice first,” Taitz said.  “I think that when people realize what is going on, it will make an impression.”

Taitz reported that she was able to reach an Arizona presidential elector by telephone prior to the casting of the electoral votes on Monday, to whom she said, “This is treason.  Keep in mind that you might be prosecuted for treason for allowing a foreign national with forged IDs and a stolen Social Security number in the position of the U.S. president.”  Taitz reported that she sent the elector the complaint with exhibits, and he agreed to speak with several other electors.  “As a result, three of them spoke up during the signing and it made the news,” Taitz said.

“We will see what happens.  It will be very important for people to support me,” she told The Post & Email.  “I really need people to help me; I’ve been through cartridges and cartridges of ink and Fedex expenses,” she told us.  She is also requesting that people call individual senators and representatives or send letters to demand that they sign the stipulation and refrain from voting during the counting of the electoral votes on January 6.  “They will be committing treason if they do,” she said.

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