Agree. My psychotic breaks STILL haunt me. And I am lucky since even at the worst of times of both my relapse and my original break, I was willing to seek help and take my medication. I just can't see Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq ever admitting she might need help let alone submitting to a rigorous schedule of medicine and therapy. I do find that extremely sad, because the advantages she has in life that millions don't could actually then be making her health worse.
I usually have no compassion for Orly because she is all of the things you say she is. Even a sane Orly can be all those things.However, before I was correctly diagnosed and medicated, I experienced what Orly is experiencing more than a few times (thankfully I wasn't batshit like Orly). Those experiences are hell and I am lucky to have survived them. However, I have a difficult time understanding Orly's likely unwillingness to try to get better(but she may be too ill to access help, esp if she is completely alone as I suspect she is). But again, she is a conspiracy theorist. Orly doesn't see herself as ill; she sees herself as being tortured into exhaustion by "thugs". So in Orly's eyes, defeating the "thugs" will correct her mental and physical anguish. Medical science? Full of "thugs".
Absolutely true. Mental illness may make a person unstable and even do horrible things. But bad people can be mentally ill just as good people can be. That's why (among other things) I really hope that the courts in Indiana hit her hard for UPL. I shed no tears for Orly Taitz. Even if treated, she'll have to live the rest of her life as "Queen of the Birthers." Her narcissism drove her to seek fame and has rewarded her with being a complete joke.
Also, what "treatment" is there for a "personality disorder" that basically consists of being a total asshole? That's what Orly has. There's no pill for it and no level of "therapy" that can cure someone of being a piece of shit. Orly is what she is and will stay that way.