Jerome Corsi tells us:
Filmmaker Joel Gilbert has mailed 2.7 million copies of his full-length documentary “Dreams from My Real Father” to households in key swing states, with 1.5 million going to Florida, 700,000 to Colorado and 500,000 to Iowa.
The mass distribution follows a mailing last month in which Gilbert sent 1.38 million DVDs of “Dreams from My Real Father” to households in swing state Ohio along with 100,000 to New Hampshire and 80,000 to Nevada. …
Gilbert said that as long as the major media “refuse to cover my film, we are going to continue this publicity campaign by shipping DVDs state-by-state, million-by-million, until the media covers the findings in ‘Dreams from My Real Father.’” …
“We can manufacture and ship 1 million DVDs per day out of Southern California,” he explained. “In the meantime, the 2.7 million DVD mailing to Florida, Colorado and Iowa households, and following up on the 1.38 million mailing to Ohio, New Hampshire and Nevada should force the mainstream media to pay attention. This will help expand the market for the film into television, video on demand and even internationally.”
So who is paying for all this, Jerome? Is that not part of the story?
Loren at Barackryphal has a followup piece to his recent series: Joel Gilbert Really Is Lying To You.
Maybe Loren will be the one to find out. Who pays?
These three cases do have something in common. All three were filed by a raving lunatic, who has somehow convinced herself and the State Bar of California that she is a real lawyer.
When she calls out to her flying monkeys, begging:
I need your help with research. It is hard for me to check the rules of every court. I need your help in finding procedures of expedited elections challenge. In some states you can go directly to the Supreme court of the state. I need your help in finding expedited forms of challenges in different states, particularly WV, NH, GA, KS, IN, MS.
It’s a real lawyer’s job to know the local rules, to research and apply them. Random posters on the Internet, not so much.
Anyway, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. posts to her web site:
BEFORE THE PANEL FOR MULTIDISTRICT LITIGATION
MOTION TO COORDINATE AND CONSOLIDATE CASES UNDER § 28 USC § 1407(C)(II)
Plaintiff Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ is moving for consolidation of three cases, currently in three Federal courts
Judd et al v Obama et al 12-1507 Central District of CA
Taitz v Sebelius,12-3251 et al Northern District of TX
and Taitz v Democratic Party of Mississippi, Secretary of State of MS et al 12-280 Southern District of MS
Judd v Obama and Taitz v Democratic Party of MS are elections challenges. Taitz v Sebelius is a challenge to a provision in the Affordable Care Act(ACA), which grants exemptions to Health Care insurance payments to members of some religions, while penalizing and taxing members of other religions.
At the core of all three actions is one main nucleus of facts and most of defendants are the same defendants. On September 20, 2012 attorneys for the Defendants filed responsive pleadings in Taitz v Sebelius, where they conceded to the commonality of facts between Taitz v Sebelius and Taitz v Democratic party of MS. Attorney for the Secretary of State of MS, Mr. Matheny sent an e-mail to the plaintiff, specifically noticing and conceding to the commonality of facts between these cases. Defedants did not respond in Judd v Obama yet. As such Plaintiff does not expect an objection to consolidation. additionally, one of two counselors for the Democratic Party of MS is a CA attorney, who actually appeared in court by phone from CA. Plaintiff Taitz is a CA licensed attorney and can represent all the plaintiffs in CA.
Doc Conspiracy has a post on the Judd part today.
I haven’t seen a motion for a stay in Mississippi, where Judge Wingate is patiently waiting for Orly to figure out how to file a RICO questionnaire. Tick, tock, Orly.