Birther queen Orly Taitz has announced details of her planned road trip to lobby Congress and the Supreme Court next week.
Taitz, a lawyer, dentist and real estate agent from Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., indicated that she plans to host pickets in front of the Supreme Court and the Capitol, coinciding with President Barack Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday. The pickets are part of Taitz's efforts to remove Obama from office; she claims he was not born in the United States and accuses him of using fake identification and a stolen Social Security number. Taitz has also said the trip would include meetings with members of Congress.
She wrote on her website:
tentatively we are planning to be in front of the Supreme Court on February 12 around 11 am and in front of Capitol around 6pm telling Congressmen, Senators and judges: stop committing treason, stop covering up Obama’s forged IDs and a stolen Social Security number, stop embarrassing this nation in the eyes of the world community.
Taitz is hoping to use the picket to influence a Supreme Court conference session later this week, when justices will discuss whether or not to hear one of her lawsuits.
She claims that supporters from Tennessee, Texas, Ohio, California and Nevada will join her. When she unveiled her plans last week, Taitz said she wanted to organize buses to transport supporters to Washington for the picket, but she has not indicated whether that would definitely happen.
Taitz previously picketed the White House and Union Station during Obama's inauguration last month with a handful of supporters.