Orly Taitz was able to get the California Supreme Court to hear a case on whether or not Obama used forged IDs. It was even reported on by the Huffington Post.
Birther queen Orly Taitz is celebrating a routine U.S. Supreme Court decision to refer her petition, which asks the court to overturn President Barack Obama’s election, to a February conference of the justices.
Taitz posted on her website Wednesday afternoon that the Supreme Court will discuss a case she filed on behalf of three minor presidential candidates — including a federal prison inmate — at their conference Feb. 15. The court’s website confirms that Taitz’s case, which she submitted to Chief Justice John Roberts’ office last month, has been placed on the Feb. 15 conference agenda and has been distributed to the nine justices for consideration.
The roughly 10,000 petitions that the court receives annually are referred to the regular conference meetings for discussion, then around 100 are picked by the justices for oral arguments and a final decision. The votes of four justices in the conference are needed to schedule arguments. The scheduling comes a week after another birther activist suggested impeaching Roberts if he attempted to swear-in Obama later this month.