Birther Orly Taitz says Twitter is stopping her followers from posting a petition to investigate President Barack Obama's identity.
On Tuesday, attorney Taitz posted a note saying Twitter "is collaborating with the regime of the Usurper Obama" by suspending the accounts of her followers.
Taitz's claim to fame is her bid to prove Obama is using forged identification to document his citizenship. She has lost eight legal cases related to the effort.
She said supporters have collected 20,000 signatures urging an investigation of the president, but Twitter is interfering. As evidence, Taitz published an email from someone who allegedly had two accounts suspended for circulating the petition. The follower still has three Twitter accounts with "no ties to each other, other than I support (Taitz) and tweet against Obama."
The Twitter rules page says "we do not actively monitor user’s content and will not censor user content, except in limited circumstances." One of those circumstances is the creation of multiple accounts using the same updates. Violations can result in permanent suspension, the site says.
Meanwhile, Taitz, who has claimed residency in Rancho Santa Margarita, Laguna Niguel and Mission Viejo on different court documents, is preparing a bus tour of Washington D.C. to protest the president's State of the Union address.
Since a federal judge told her the courts can't stop Obama's presidency, Taitz has also begun lobbying Congress to impeach the president.
Last week, a federal judge ordered Taitz to prove she didn't lie to him about being sanctioned in a previous case.