Orly Taitz is back in action, this time going to court in Kansas to argue that President Barack Obama should be yanked from that state's ballot because of what she calls his questionable U.S. citizenship.
On Oct. 3, she is scheduled to request an emergency preliminary injunction to keep Obama off the general election ballot this November.
Taitz, a lawyer and dentist living and practicing in South Orange County, has been dubbed "Queen of the Birthers" by her critics for claiming Obama was born outside the U.S.
Taitz outlined her latest complaint in a press release published Thursday evening.
She said Obama:
- is using a Connecticut Social Security number not issued to him.
- applied for his Selective Service certificate using a forged postal cancellation stamp.
Why does she think the cancellation was fake? It uses a two-digit year (80) while "all the other postal stamps showed the four-digit year 1980."
In addition to the original application for his Social Security number, Taitz wants Obama's original application for Selective Service, his original birth certificate and the original microfilm of his birth certificate.
One anonymous commenter on her website asked Taitz why she was not attacking presidential challenger Mitt Romney for having a father born in Mexico.
Taitz responded, "Romney was born in the U.S. You are welcome to ask Romney for his original IDs too. Noone [sic] ever found any evidence of forgery in his records."
Earlier this year, Taitz ran for U.S. Senate, lost in the Republican primaries and then claimed voter fraud was responsible for her defeat.
Also this year, an appeals court decided Taitz was not the victim of voter fraud or election fraud in her 2010 battle against fellow Republican opponent Damon Dunn.
Taitz practices dentistry in Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita.