Taitz is over her head. Let me explain this again:
Nearly every state (if not every state) has a very short statute of limitations for challenging the eligibility of candidates for elected office, whether at the federal, state, or local level. Although the specific procedure varies from state-to-state, the statute of limitations usually begins to run when the candidate’s names is placed upon the ballot either for the primary or general election. The statute of limitations is short (usually thirty days or less) because elections are expensive and therefore, elibility disputes need to be decided BEFORE the ballots are printed and the candidate spends big bucks on the campaign. Oily Taitz should have filed the eligibiliy lawsuit on behalf of Dr. Keyes, not after Obama won, but at the time that Obama’s name was placed upon the ballot. IMHO, OT really needs to get out of the litigation business becaue while her heart may be in the right place, she really doesn’t have a clue what she is doing.
The case that Taitz wants transferred was dismissed, with prejudice, on Oct. 29. It can't be transferred, anymore than a failure in a course at an accredited college can be transferred for credit to another accredited college.
This is just more of her nonsense, aimed at smokescreening her incompetence and riling up the ignorant to believe the judicial system is rigged against them.
Uh, something rather than nothing, such as yourself, well except for all the nit picking you do here.