Well, after bugging her Flying Monkeys for days to find Larry Bailey, the Birther SEAL, Dr. Orly Taitz apparently got some kind of email response. While she has not yet revealed the contents of the email, apparently things did not go well, and Orly Taitz believes the sender to be an imposter. Down below is a screen shot copy of her request for help identifying the offending party.
I read through this, and you will notice a box that I put around 3 lines which indicates the subject of the email was “Please cease and desist.” That sounds a little too polite for a hoaxer. Plus, there is a definite return email address. I would not be surprised to learn this is a real email from the real SEAL. Plus, I can not imagine a person who is trained in Situational Awareness, would find her a valuable asset. He may be a Birther, but he has Survival Training skills.
If this is real, look for this to disappear from her website, or to be followed by a screed against the guy. There is some reason that she is not revealing the contents of the email. I could be wrong about this, and it could actually be phony, but my antennae are twitching for some reason. At any rate, it is a valid story whichever way it turns out. Plus, as you can see even further below, all of us here got an Honorable Mention in Taitz’s comment section!
Here is the link:
Rambo_Ike, a Birther who has posted here before, and who is fairly visible around the web, suggested to Dr. Taitz that one of us here sent the email. Here is a screen shot of that insulting accusation, because I am sure that none of us here would ever, ever try to put something over on Dr. Taitz. Ouch!!! My darn pants are burning!!! Drop and roll, drop and roll. . .:
Oh, my! Mr. Rambo sure must have gotten up on the wrong side of the bed.
Note 1. The Image. I found it at this website, where it is listed as having been included on a DVD of Carnival of Souls (1962).