Problem is, Klayman is humiliation-proof. After being called out for acting "grossly inappropriately" towards his own children while bathing them, Klayman brought lawsuits against the judicial officer and those who accurately portrayed the comments, further bringing attention to them.bob wrote: ↑Thu Oct 31, 2019 5:32 pmAnd to hammer the point, the judge specifically cited Klayman in the decision. Instead of being more circumspect, e.g., "plaintiff fails to allege facts showing Mueller's liability."
Judges, generally, name drop a party's attorney only to humiliate them.
Klayman is simply grossly inappropriate in everything he does. But he is a slightly better attorney than Orly Taitz. Slightly.