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Thursday, June 10, 2010

MSNBC Really Believed West Coast "Birther" And Obama Hater Orly Taitz Could Become A Real GOP Candidate, She Lost Big Time.

MSNBC Really Believed West Coast "Birther" And Obama Hater Orly Taitz Could Become A Real GOP Candidate, She Lost Big Time.  Orly Taitz is the West Coast Counterpart To East Coast Queen Bee Birther Pamela Geller.

Orly Taitz the West Coast Queen Bee of People Obsessed With Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate Meet Pamela Geller your East Coast Queen Bee Counterpart, they both use “TechDude” as their Forensic Expert.

Orly Taitz, her photo above,  became a household name by using whatever spare time she had from her careers as a dentist, lawyer, and real estate agent to file frivolous lawsuits against Barack Obama, on account of his being from the Kenyan province of Indonesia. She decided to make a run for California Secretary of State as a GOP primary candidate, and lost yesterday by nearly 50%. If you were watching MSNBC last night, those numbers might shock you, because for a minute there, it seemed like everyone on MSNBC prime time saw Taitz as a viable threat.



All three of their primetime programs dedicated some time to Taitz’s campaign and the possible repercussions of the Republican Party. None was quite as concerned as Chris Matthews, who took a great deal of time to emphasize what a victory for her would mean about the character of the GOP.

The only other media outlets to give Taitz this much attention were political satire blogs and Taitz’s official webpage– MSNBC made a conscious effort last night to talk about the possibility of Taitz officially joining the Republican party. Why give her the attention? Well, there’s the fact that, to a certain extent, Taitz is a creation of MSNBC itself. She may have picked herself up by her bootstraps, but it wasn’t until she engaged in a barely-intelligible shoutfest with David Shuster last year that anyone noticed her.

And from that appearance was born a dozen hilarious posts across the blogosphere, one-woman protests, personal embarrassments, and a California Secretary of State campaign. But, for the most part– WorldNetDaily notwithstanding– the birthers have been rejected by both leaders of the Tea Party movement and major right-wing figures like Glenn Beck and the American right in general.


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