[hidden]As the sun dips slowly behind the distant hills and the stridulation of the cicadas mixes with the clink of the whiskey bottle on glasses and the creak of rocking chairs on the porch …
Sterngard Friegen wrote: ↑Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:03 pm
When [Taitz] amended the complaint to add a RICO claim, the Mississippi Attorney General's office removed it to Federal Court.
That was a bizarre feature of Birtherlaw: no accusation was complete unless it included a ear-ripping screech about REEEKOOO!!
, however implausible and inappropriate that accusation was in the context. It didn't even matter if the inclusion of REEEKOOO!!
made the birthers' case even morr difficult to prosecute, it was an article of faith (and birtherism was very much a faith-based ideology) that REEEKOOO!!
was a key component.
That and Captain NemoOrly Taitz
's all-consuming hunt for Discovery, which would once and for all prove the depth of corruption in promoting the fraudulent forgety of … whatever.
How we laughed when she asked if Occidental College had brought the documents she desired to her nonsense of a case against them! Failure, thy name is Taitz.