WND: SCOTUS Monitoring Kansas Blog Over Eligibility; TRSOL Seen by the House!
[Nancy Armstrong] tracked the page to her recent commentary about Orly Taitz …
Her commentary included Taitz’ recent interviews, on which WND has reported, with Justice Antonin Scalia and Chief Justice John Roberts.
“Dr. Orly Taitz, both a lawyer and naturalized citizen, has personally taken on the issue of Obama’s eligibility. There is nothing wrong with her questioning this issue because Obama has literally hidden every evidence of his past. What has he hidden? All school records, passport records, employment records (forget his stupid story about ice cream and an ice cream shop….I believe it is another one of Obama’s lies.) and his REAL birth certificate.
“Dr. Orly Taitz wouldn’t even have to question anything if Obama was transparent about his life, something he continues to fight with law firms all over the country. Transparency would end all issues, but we will never see that from Obama…,” the blogger continued.
“Dr. Taitz has been racing across the country, often times missing her three sons, to meet with Supremes….particularly Scalia and Roberts to further her ‘quo warranto’ case now at the door of the Supreme Court.” …
Armstrong told WND she was writing about the issue because a friend asked her to do it.
“I just happened to go in and check. I brought my husband in right away. He was dumbfounded. There was the Supreme Court,” she said. “It did surprise me.
“It may be that [Taitz] has checkmated the Supreme Court …. which means they are trying to dispense with her and her case,” she said.
Having done a “tracert” on 22.214.171.124 certainly does show this particular IP address to be originating from washington.savvis.net. Further, sitemeter.com — the “software” to which the article refers — is a very good web-based service used by many sites to track many different aspects of web traffic to and from one’s site. I have similarly just begun using sitemeter.com for this site, though I’ve been using my own internal, back-end WordPress plugins to track things as well as Google’s Analytics tool.
What I will caution my readers on, however, is that all that the IP confirms is that someone is using the Supreme Court’s account to look at web pages; we do not know, simply based on the above statistical analysis, whether or not it’s an actual Justice (which I highly doubt, for a number of reasons). Further, the last digit in the IP address is a “1,” and typically most PCs or Macs that use the Internet from within a given account are not assigned such a low number. In other words, this could very well be what’s known as a gateway or router into the SCOTUS offices or other facility.
All that being said, it is obvious that the Supreme Court’s offices are aware of what’s going on in the blogosphere.
Update: Yes, sitemeter.com does show a lot. For example, The Right Side of Life is being watched by the US House of Representatives:
This is the second such record I’ve seen that someone from “inside the beltway” via my stats tracking. It is difficult to tell of any others, since I’ve only started tracking things via sitemeter.com yesterday afternoon.
This time, there is a pound (“#”) sign that would otherwise represent the actual device (computer) accessing my site. Sitemeter.com doesn’t give a full explanation of what that means, so I’ll assume that the House uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol), whereby any given computer “leases” a specific IP address from behind the House’s firewall in order to receive network packets from off the Internet.
Incidentally, whomever this was had visited TenthAmendmentCenter.com first, came over to my Monday’s Headlines page, and then exited back out.
Either way, yup — we’re being watched!
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