You had to figure that if I was looking at Sarah Palin's Twitter page, it wasn't going to be too much longer before it occurred to me to wonder, "Say, what's the latest on Orly Taitz?"
Start us off, won't you, Jay Bookman?
According to the Columbus Ledger Enquirer, Taitz’ most recent filing accuses Land of having met secretly in Columbus with Attorney General Eric Holder to conspire about ways to hide evidence of Obama’s true birthplace. For that and other reasons, she demands that Land recuse himself from the case.
Her evidence for that rather stunning charge?
An affidavit from a fellow birther claiming to have seen someone resembling Holder in a Columbus cafe across the street from the federal courthouse.
Indeed! Oh, and Justin Elliot at TPM has the affidavit and full coverage. Try to wriggle out of this, Mr. Attorney General!
I looked up and immediately recognized an individual entering and approaching the serving counter, due to his well know [sic] TV displayed distinguishing features: his trim upper lip mustache, not large of stature and general olive complexion.
You can't dispute witnessin' like that! Book 'im, Danno.
TPM also has a copy of the Taitz's whole motion to recuse. I only made it to page 2 (of 20) before I found out that, according to our Orly, truly, It's All Connected (emph. orig.):
… it also appears to the undersigned that Judge Land may be disqualified because he has equity ownership of certain securities (e.g. Microsoft and Comcast) which are aligned both politically and economically with a key Defendant in this case, namely the de facto President of the United States …
PDFOTUS??? Now she'll have to sue Adobe, too.