Birther queen Orly Taitz wants to round up her supporters to take a road trip to Washington next month to lobby Congress and protest President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address.
Taitz announced on her website Monday morning that once in Washington, she plans to argue that Obama has used fake identification in his two successful campaigns for the presidency. She is timing the road trip for Obama's Feb. 12 address to a joint session of Congress, and has sketched out a plan that she said would battle the "corrupt" officials who have blocked her quest to overturn Obama's election.
Taitz said that she wanted supporters to picket the Capitol, White House, Supreme Court and media outlets, as well as arrange meetings with members of Congress to push for a congressional investigation into the source of Obama's Social Security number. She claims that 18,000 people have signed an online petition in support of a congressional investigation.
Taitz, a lawyer, dentist and real estate agent from Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., said she was trying to keep the trip affordable for her supporters:
"We can stop at inexpensive places to eat, such as pizza places or MacDonalds, so the trip can be very affordable for anyone. Bottom line, I believe that our corrupt judges and corrupt Congressmen will continue committing treason and cover up of Obama’s forged IDs and his stolen SSN, if they do not see people rising against them. They are not any different from the faceless pupets of the Soviet Politbureau during the times of Stalin ot Breznev."
This is not the first time Taitz has called on her supporters to rally in Washington. Last month she tried to organize a protest in front of the White House, and last week she was joined by a handful of people in picketing the White House and Union Station during Obama's inauguration. Her call for a road trip comes at a time when she is facing potential sanctions from a federal judge in California. She also recently claimed that she has the power to have Obama arrested in Connecticut.
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